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Remember that in our Piano business 
there is a purpose beyond that of merely 
exchanging our Pianos for your money. 
There is an underlying principle per- 
vading our business — an object, a 
purpose always kept in view — and this 
is to give you the best make and the 
best piano of that make for the money 
: : : : you wish to invest : : : : 




BY APPOINTMENT. 



Methven Simpson Ltd., 

"Piano and Music Sellers to HM. the King, 

22 Reform Street, Dundee. 



JUTE, LINEN, and COTTON GOODS, 

And BAGS and SACKS of all Descriptions. 



A. &S. Henry & Co., Ltd. 

DUNDEE, LIVERPOOL, LONDON, 

AND ELSEWHERE. 



Telephone Numbers : 1214 and 1122 to 1124. 

telegraphic Address: " Ij^R¥%, DUNDEE." 

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JAFFE BROS. ^ CO, (Dundee Ltd. 

60 VICTORIA ROAD, DUNDEE. 



All Kinds of Jute, Flax, and Tow Yarns, Hessians, Sacks, 
Canuas, &e. 



telephone No. 374. <T e /. Address: "JAFFE, DUNDEE." 



The Dundee Brattice Cloth k Waterproofing Co., 

LIMITED. 

(Successors to BRUCE & STURRQCK.) 

REGENT WORKS, DUNDEE. 

Manufacturers of BRATTICE CLOTH, WATERPROOF CANVASES, 

TARPAULIN COVERS, &c. 
Chemical Waterproofers of dute, Flax, and Cotton Materials. 

'Cel. Address: "Brattice, Dundee." telephone No. 910. 



Brattice Cloth 



For COAL MINES. 

Qualities : — 

NON-INFLAMMABLE. FIREPROOF. 

TARRED and FILLED. OILED and GLAZED. 



FLAX, HEMP, JUTE, and COTTON 

WATERPROOF & R0TPR00F 

CANVASES 

SUITABLE FOR ALL CLIMATES. 



J. T. INCUS & SONS, Ltd. 

RIVERSIDE WORKS, 

Proofers to the Trade. O U Vi U t t. a 



Telegrams and Cables: 

"INGLIS, DUNDEE." Telephone: 1495. 



WE SPECIALISE 




In the proper kinds of 

FOOTWEAR 

for all pastimes and 

sports. Our Varieties 

will be found to be 

comfortable, reliable, 

and moderate in price. 

They include Cricket 

Boots, Cricket Shoes, 

Golf Boots, Golf Shoes, 

Tennis Shoes, 

Fishing Boots, 

Bowling Shoes, 

and Boots and 

Shoes for hill 

climbing. 



Alex. Potter & Son, 

BOOTMAKERS, 
14 MURRAYGATE, DUNDEE. 




THE CITY OF DUNDEE should be proud of the fact 
that it is the home of so world-famous a product as the 
SCOT BOOT." Thus spoke a courteous visitor who had once 
tested the meritorious qualities of SCOT BOOTS from afar, 
and, in the testing, had found nothing lacking. Have YOU 
yet tested this super-production ? The super-production 
which, by sheer force of its merit— the logical outcome of 
years of investigative experiments and progressive enter- 
prise — is winning a reputation daily away in the remotest parts 
of the civilised world. The SCOT BOOT is a Nomad ; it 
does indeed " Walk the Globe." 



Get to know 
this mark 

and 
appreciate 

the 
product of 
(Experienced 

(Expert 
Craftsmen. 




This mark 

is your 

impregnable 

protection 

against 

spurious 

or inferior 

brands of 

footwear. 



A. DUNCAN 81 Co., Limited, Dundee. 



21 MURRAYGATE, 127 PERTH ROAD, 

119 HAWKHILL, 15 STRATH MARTI IME ROAD, 

122 ALBERT STREET. 

Wholesale and Head Office, 22-24 BANK STREET. 

tranches throughout Scotland. telephone 716. 



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A. C. LITTLE, 



COSTUMIER 
& FURRIER. 




HIGH CLASS GOODS 

JT 

MODERATE PRICES. 



See My Windows 'Uo-day foi 
the Best X)alue in the City. 



Always a Large Selection of 
Ready-to-wear Garments in Stock 
including the following : — 

COSTUMES. 

COAT-FROCKS. 

T)RESSE; 

TRAVELLING COATS. 
SHOWERPROOFS. 

FURLINED COATS. 

TiRESS SKIRTS. 

RAIDS' & GIRLS' GARMENTS. 
FUR COATS & FURS. 






MOURNING ORDERS 

EXECUTED WITHIN SIX HOURS. 



THE HOUSE FOR VALUE 



28 HIGH STREET, DUNDEE, telephone 



2732. 



J\ Dundee Industry 




MY PRODUCTIONS 



IN 



?ur Wear 



ARE DISTINCTIVE, 

With an individuality entirely 
their own, moderately priced, 
and worthy of your appreciative 
consideration. 



Remodelling a Specialty* 



Telephone 1727. 
Telegrams: "Furs," Dundee. 



George Cooper, 

manufacturing furrier, 
43 REFORM STREET. DUNDEE. 



R. & J. Dick, Ltd. 

Patentees and Sole Makers 

of the 

ORIGINAL and GENUINE 

Balata Belting. 




Every Belt sent out is guaranteed to give complete satis = 
faction, otherwise it can be returned to the Manufacturers. 



^TAe Most "Powerful Driving gelt in the World. 



75 Murraygate, Dundee. 



Works : Qreenhead, Glasgow, 

And Passiac, New Jersey, U.S.A. 



'Phone 2547, Dundee. 

Telegraphic Address: "Balata," Dundee. 

vi. 



GILCHRIST BROTHERS, 

Oxy-Acetylene and Electric Welding Specialists 

and General Engineers, 
37 BENVIE ROAD, DUNDEE. 



WELDING OF ANY METAL 

Worn Parts built up and finished equal to new. Broken 
Cast Iron Parts welded as strong as ever. 

We have the Largest experience in this work, and are 
the Originators of this Process in Dundee. Our Operators 
are skilled and efficiently supervised. 

AUTOMATIC SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS 

We also specialise in the manufacture of Screws, Studs, 
and small Repetition Work. 

We have the Finest and most Up-to-date Machines for 
this work. 

We solicit enquiries for special sizes in large or small lots. 

AUTO-CAR PARTS 

Gears, Shafts, and any other part quickly and ac- 
curately made. 

We use Correct Material and have an Up-to-date Heat 
Treating Plant. 

Gears from Unbreakable Tempered Steel. 

CASE HARDENING 

We are prepared to undertake this in bulk or in small 
lots. Our furnaces are in operation every day. 



James Couttie § Sons, 

LIMITED, 

MORGAN WORKS, 

DUNDEE. 



Manufacturers of the following well known Specialities : — 

BISCUITS. 

ABERNETHY, BUTTER PUFFS, CHATSWORTH, 
CREAMY CHOCOLATE, DEESIDE, DEVON 
CREAMS, FINE WATER, RICH TEA, 
VERDUN, and WAVERLEY. 

CHOCOLATES. 

CALEDONIA and AIRSHIP. 

We recommend our Caledonia, as it is the most attractive 
and finest mixture on the market. 



GOUTTIE'S FAMOUS OATCAKES. 



The "ALPHA" and "OMEGA 
of LITERATURE 



from the Earliest Printed " Tomes " to Latest Publications. 



BOOKS 



ON EVERY CONCEIVABLE SUBJECT. 



The BookStore 

(FRANK RUSSELL, PROPRIETOR), 
26 BARRACK STREET, Dundee. 



TELEPHONE 2084. 



Students' Cext Books— tteiu and Second Rand. 

E«r ASK US FOR THE BOOK YOU WANT "«H 



4 



MECHANICAL and ELECTRICAL 

f NGINEER AND MACHINE MAKER, 

^ SOUTH ST ROQUE'S WORKS, 



MAKER OF 






A 



Mill, Factory, 
and Engineers' 
FURNISHER 
and EXPORTER, 

15 CONSTABLE ST. 



engines, Smarting, ana Gearing, 

Sack Cutting, Sewing, and Printing Machines, 

OVERHEAD HAND-STITCH, 

^^ \ CHAIN-STITCH (Union Special System), 

\ 



STRAIGHT-STITCH SEWING MACHINES 
AND HEMMING MACHINES. 
CHOCOLATE MACHINERY. 



MACHINE PARTS, BRANDS and TYPE 

_ For Printing machines. 

^Jm jA \ SOLE MAKER 

SZr \ KINMOND & KIDD PATENT 



Sole Agent for 

WALRUS FIBRE SLIVER CANS 
COP BOXES, BOBBIN SKIPS, #c 






SPECIALITIES. 

STEAM VALVES AND TRAPS. 



IVIULT1COLOUR 

SACK PRINTING M ACHINE 

IY1ACDONALD PATENT 
CONSECUTIVE 

NUMBERING MACHINE. 
Robertson & Halley 

PATENT 

WARPING MILL DRIVE. 

Special machines 

O \ Made for Inventors 
'rjL '^ \ and others. 

Telegrams : 
Medalist," 
Dundee. 



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BELTING PICKEES, 
SHUTTLES, JUTE KNIVES, FILES, BOLTS, 
OILS, SACK PRINTING PAINTS. 



AUTOMOBILE DEPARTMENT : 

ST ROQUE'S GARAGE, 

64 WARD ROAD. 

Tblepiiones : 239 and 2123. Telkgkams: 

x. 



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Telephones 
239 & 2123 



'Medalist," Dundkk. 



C.E., M.I.Mech.E., 

AUTOMOBILE SPECIALIST. 



AGENT FOR 

SIZAIRE-BERWICK, 
AUSTIN, 

FIAT, 

PEUGEOT, 

MORRIS-OXFORD, 
BEAN, and 
HILLMAN CARS, 



REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. 



Smut Rqqyi^s G^rivge, 

64 WARD ROAD, 

DUNDEE. 

'Phone 2123. Telegrams: "Medalist," Dundee. 



CONTRACTORS TO HIS MAJESTY'S GOVERNMENT. 



ON ADMIRALTY LIST. 1 



Telephone: 
no. 143 portobello. 



Enquiries ^ 



Established 1857. Telegrams: 

"DILLON," Portobello, N.B. 
Trade Mark. 




Solicited. 



Registered No. 294941. 



MANUFACTURERS OF FRESH AND SALT WATER BOILER COMPOSITION. 

ARTHUR DILLON & SONS' 

ANTI-CORRODE PREPARATION 

FOR DESTROYING AND PREVENTING 

Incrustations in Stationary, Marine, & Locomotive Steam Boilers. 

AND CAN ONLY BE HAD FROM US DIRECT. 



Testimonials from the leading Distillers, Brewers, Corporations, Printers, 
Flour Millers, &c, who have used the Composition regularly for 
over SIXTY YEARS, may he had on application. 



DIRECTIONS FOR USING THE BOILER COMPOSITION. 

Take one pound and a half to each horse power, for the first time 
using it, seven days before you intend to let the Boiler off, put in the 
cistern or through the feed pipe, or other convenient way ; and then 
continue using J pound to every horse power regularly every week. 

OBSERVE. — It takes more of the Boiler Composition to remove the 
incrustation than what it takes to prevent it. By the use of the 
Boiler Composition from ten to fifteen per cent, may be saved in fuel. 

Where the water contains grease it is thoroughly purified by the use of this 
Composition, and the grease entirely disappears. 

Parties who are using A. D. & Ss.' Boiler Composition may have the 
water anal 'used free of charge and the Composition made to suit 

OURS IS THE ONLY POWERFUL 5CALE REMOVER TO BE HAD. 

Scale Remover is our Speciality, and has been our Study for Years, 



ARTHUR DILLON & SONS, 

Manufacturing Chemists, PORTOBELLO, N.B. 

x ii_ ENQUIRIES SOLICITED. 



CONTRACTORS TO HIS MAJESTY'S GOVERNMENT. 

ON ADMIRALTY LIST. 

A. DILLON & SONS' 
IMPROVED 

Belting Syrup. 



For the Perfect Preseruation of all kinds of 
Belting, Driving: Ropes, Bands, Fire Hose, &c. 



For the Prevention of 

BREAKAGES, SLIPPING and FALLING-OFF of Belts 

it has no equal. 



Is invaluable for Belts running in DAMP or DUSTY 
situations, and being very penetrative, is specially valuable 
for application to Belts which are subject to a HEATED 
or DRY temperature, keeping them pliant and supple, 
thereby considerably decreasing the liability of breakage. 

Is absolutely free from any deleterious matter. 

Is very moderate in price, and has great lasting power. 

It preserves the nature and elasticity of all kinds of 
Belting. 

It prevents slipping and falling-off of Belts, and 
increases their grip and power. 

It renders Belting impervious to damp, &c, and is 
specially suitable for hot or cold climates. 

It is the most economical and effective fluid in the 
market. 



By the use of this Fluid a great saving is effected in the 
WEAR and TEAJt, POWER and FUEL. 

Applied with a Brush to the Inner Surface of the Belt as required. 
ENQUIRIES SOLICITED. 



CONTRACTORS TO HIS MAJESTY'S GOVERNMENT. 

ON ADMIRALTY LIST. 
Telephone: Telegrams: 

NO. 143 PORTOSELLO. "DILLON," PORTOBELLO, N.B. 

ARTHUR DILLON & SONS, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

High-Pressure PERFECTION GAUGE GLASSES, 
PORTOBELLO, n.b. 



VX/E take the opportunity of calling your special attention 

to our "p ER FECTION" 

Gauge Glasses, 

which we have recently placed on the market to supply the 
demand for a special Gauge Glass suitable for the high- 
pressure boilers now in use. As the name implies, they 
are renowned for their durability under the most 

stringent conditions. 

During recent trials the average pressure attained was 
over 500 lbs. steam pressure to the square inch, and we 
can therefore specially recommend them for steam pressure 
of about 300 lbs. 

For use in Steamboats, Locomotive Engines, Electric 
Power Stations, Collieries, Mills, and all places where 
High-Pressure Boilers are used, they are invaluable 
especially where the Boilers are exposed to the weather 
and sudden changes of atmospheric temperature. 



WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT A TRIAL. 

ENQUIRIES SOLICITED. 




JAMES ROSS, 

27 COMMERCIAL STREET, 
DUNDEE. 



CHEMICAL FIRE EXTINGUISHERS 

TO MEET F.O.C. AND BOARD OF TRADE REQUIREMENTS. 



REFILLS FOR ALL MACHINES. 
"PYRENE" and REFILLS. 



SPRINKLERS. ALARMS. 

SMOKE HELMETS. 



HOSE, COUPLINGS, STANDPIPES, HANDPIPES, 

AND EVERY MODERN APPLIANCE FOR 
FIRE FIGHTING. 




RUBBER STAMPS 

OF ALL KINDS. 



DATING STAMPS, NUMBERING STAMPS, 
POCKET STAMPS. 



JAMES P. MATHEW & CO. 

STATIONERS AND PRINTERS, 

CAXTON HOUSE, 11 to 15 COWGATE, DUNDEE. 

Telephone No. 272. 



TULLOGH & STRAGHAN 

ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR 

ALL KINDS OF BUILDING WORK. 

BUILDING DEMOLITION AND REPAIRS. 

FERRO-CONCRETE. 

ROAD CONSTRUCTION. 

QUARRYING AND METAL BREAKING. 

BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS 

CAUSEWAYING. 

DRAINAGE SCHEMES. 

HEAVY FOUNDATIONS AND BOILER SEATS. 

EXCAVATIONS. 

TENNIS COURTS. 

BOWLING GREENS. 

14 SOAPWORK LANE, DUNDEE 

JOBBING WORK CAREFULLY EXECUTED. 
'Phone 2877. 



WILLIAM CAXTON-THE FIRST ENGLISH PRINTER.' 




CAXTON HOUSE, 
THE ELEGANT .PRINTING AND STATIONERY E/AP0R1U/A. 



DEPARTMENTS. 



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BOOK AND GENERAL PRINTING: 

LITHOGRAPHING. 

BOOKBINDING. 

PAPER RULING. 

DIE STAMPING. 

ACCOUNT BOOK MANUFACTURING. 

COMMERCIAL STATIONERY 



Telephone 
No. 

272. 



JAMES P. MATHEW & CO., 

CAXTON HOUSE, 11 to 15 COWGATE, DUNDEE. 
xviii. 



D. P. & L 



Telegrams: Telephone No. 




CARGO SERVICE : 
DUNDEE to LONDON, HULL, & NEWCASTLE. 
DUNDEE & MIDDLESBRO' to HAVRE & ROUEN. 
LEITH & DUNDEE to SOUTHAMPTON & TREPORT 

ALSO 

HULL, BERWICK, KIRKCALDY, MONTROSE, 

and MORAY FIRTH PORTS. 

PERTH— DUNDEE. PERTH— LEITH. 



PASSENGER SERVICE : DUNDEE— LONDON. 

For particulars of Sailings see daily newspapers. 



THE 

DUNDEE, PERTH, & LONDON SHIPPING GO, Ltd. 
MARITIME BUILDINGS, DUNDEE. 



RALPH C. COWPER, General Manager. 



SCOTTISH EQUITABLE 

LIFE Assurance Society. 



This Society has carried on business for 89 years, and its 
policies form an investment which may be relied on not 
to depreciate in value. There being no Shareholders the 
Members obtain assurance at Cost Price. 

PROFITS and BONUSES . 

In pre -War times the Society declared Bonuses as high as 
£1 10S per cent, per annum on the Sums Assured 
and previous Bonuses, a rate equivalent in some cases 

to £2, £3, or more per cent, on the original 
sum assured. 

In 1918, owing to the War, no Bonus was declared, the 
funds being kept intact for the future benefit of Members. 
The soundness of this line of policy, in the estimation of new 
insurers, is borne out by the fact that in the immediately 

succeeding year the New Business of the Society 
was larger than any previous year of its 
history, and it has since greatly increased. 

Intermediate Bonuses are payable as explained in 
the Prospectus. 



EVERY MODERN FORM OF LIFE ASSURANCE 
MAY BE OBTAINED IN THIS SOCIETY. 



HEAD OFFICE-28 St Andrew Square, EDINBURGH. 

Manager and Actuary— GEORGE M. LOW. 

Secretary— J. M. WARDEN. Agency Manager— A. H. LOUGH. 

OFFICE IN DUNDEE: UNION BANK BUILDINGS, 6 Panmure Street. 
Telephone No. 798. RICHARD ROY, District Secretary. 



Assets £6,500,000 | Claims paid, £18,000,000 



THE 




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Insurance Company Limited 

Head Office: 5 Lothbury, London, e.c.2. 

DAVID M. LINLEY, MANAGER. 

The Policies and Contracts of The British Law 
Insurance Company Limited are guaranteed by the 
London Assurance Corporation (Established A.D. 1720) 
with Assets exceeding £7,000,000. 

FIRE. 

FIDELITY GUARANTEE. THIRD PARTY. 

EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. LIFTS. 

PERSONAL ACCIDENT. BOILERS. 

8URGLARY. LOSS OF PROFITS DUE TO FIRE. 

PROPERTY OWNERS' INDEMNITY. GLASS BREAKAGE. 

MOTORS. LIVE STOCK. 



EDINBURGH BOARD. 

Chairman: R. Strathern, Esq., W.S. (Messrs Strathern & Blair, W.S.), Edinburgh. 
J. H. Jameson, Esq., W.S. (Messrs Boyd, Jameson, & Young, W.S.), Leith. 
David Lyell, Esq., W.S. (Messrs Home & Lyell, W.S.), Edinburgh. 
J. A. S. Millar, Esq.,M.V.O.,W.S. (MessrsRussell&Dunlop,W.S.),Edinburgh. 
R. Cockburn Millar, Esq., C. A. (Messrs Barstow & Millar, C.A.), Edinburgh. 

DUNDEE BOARD. 

Chairman : John Ogilvie, Esq., Solicitor (Messrs J. & J. Ogilvie, Solicitors), Dundee. 
Jas. A. Graham, Esq., Solicitor (Messrs J. A. & T. Graham, Solicitors), 
Dundee. 

H. Victor Neill, Esq., Solicitor (Messrs Neill & Gibb, Solicitors), Arbroath. 



Branch Office: 34 QUEEN STREET, EDINBURGH 

Jas. H. McRobert, a.c.i.i., District Secretary. 



APPLICATIONS FOR AGENCIES ARE INVITED. 

Full Particulars of Terms and other Information may be obtained at the abo 
Branch Office, or from 

Messrs J. & J. OGILVIE, Solicitors, 

13 ALBERT SQUARE, DUNDEE. 



MARINE&CENERAL 

MUTUAL LIFE OFFICE. 

Head Office: 14 LEADENHALL STREET, LONDON, EC. 



ESTABLISHED 185: 



FUNDS EXCEED TWO MILLIONS. 



DIRECTORS. 

Sir FREDERICK GREEN, K.B.E., Chairman. 
ARTHUR NEVILE LUBBOCK, Esq. (Director, Roval Mail Steam Packet Co.) 
FRANK RITCHIE, Esq. (a Managing Director of the P. & O. Steam Nav. Co.) 

Deputy Chairmen 

The Rt. Hon. Sir H. W. PRIMROSE, 
K.C.B., C.S.I., I.S.O. (late Chairman o 
Board of Inland Revenue). 

ALEXANDER N. RADCL1FFE, Esq. 
(Messrs Radcliffes & Hood, London). 



The Hon. R. D. DENMAN. 

The Right Hon. LORD FOkSTER. 

The Right Hon. LORD KILBRACKEN, 

G.C.B. (Director of the P. & O. Steam 

Navigation Co.) 



THOMAS RENSHAW WESTRAY, Esq. 



The Society offers NON-PARTICIPATING 
Whole Life and Endowment Assurances with the 
Option of SHARING IN FUTURE BONUSES, 
when the SUM ASSURED WILL IMMEDIATELY 
BE INCREASED. 



For Prospectuses and every information apply to 

Messrs STURROCK & MORRISON, Agents, 

10 WHITEHALL STREET, DUNDEE. 

Telephone No. 1231. 



The Society does not insure Ships or Cargo, 
xxii. 



1807 

EAGLBSTAR 
BRITISH DOMINIONS 

Y>* INSURANCE COMPANY V-> 

LIMITED 

x for all Depart 

LIFE • FIRE MARINE 
ACGIDENT&NOTOR 

EXCEPTIONALLY ATTRACTIVE LIFE &■ ANNUITY ELATES 
> THE 'ALL-IN' POLICIES 

. eS£13,000,000 , 

|\ HEAD OFFICE . WEST END OFFICE / 

l\ R0YALHCHANGEAV.EJC3 79PALLMA1LL0NDON SW1 Jk 

1\ Sir EDWARD M.MOUNTAIN /M 




Principal Classes of Insurance Business Transacted ; 

Annuities— Boilers Insurance— Burglary — Contingency — Disease and 
Sickness— Electric and other Machinery — Employers' Liability— Engine 
Insurance — Fidelity Guarantee— Fire— Gas Plants— Indemnity— Lease- 
hold Redemption — Life— Lifts — Live Stock — Loss of Profits— Marriage — 
Marine— Motor Car— Personal Accident— Plate Glass— Provision for 
Children— Public Liability— Securities in Transit— Sprinkler Leakage— 
Tractor— Special Series of Insurances for Women. 



The ALL IN Policy for Houseowners, Householders, Office Renters, 
Schools and Boarding Houses. The Farmers' "Compleat" Fire Policy. 
The Farmers' "Compleat" Employers' Liability & Gen' 1 Indemnity Policy. 



13 Pan mure Street. 

P. S. Brown, Esq. 



Dundee Office 

Local Board : George Bonar, Esq. ; John B. Don, Esq. ; 
A. Sinclair Henderson, Esq. ; Alexander Mackay, Esq., C.A. 

Manager: ARTHUR W. SMITH. 

Accident Superintendent : Edward Jackson 
xxiii. Tel. 670. 



Cast) Accommodation 

£20 to £5000 
Lent on NOTE OF HAND alone. 



CTRICTLY PRIVATE — Distance no objection — 
Interest lower than elsewhere — Easy Re- 
payments — No Fees Charged. Applicants 
paying fees and high interest elsewhere will find 
it to their advantage to apply to me, when 
arrangements can be made to pay off any 
existing loans, and larger loans will be granted. 
Ladies or GENTLEMEN requiring financial assist- 
ance should call or write for full particulars, 
which will be furnished free by the Old Estab- 
lished Firm, 

A. ADAMS, 

16 St. Enoch Square, Glasgow. 



- ■ ■» 



ESTABLISHED 1889. 

Telegraphic Address : Telephone : 

"Terms, Glasgow." Central 889. 



Also at 45 HANOVER STREET, EDINBURGH. 



Telephone No. 1818. Telegraphic Address: 

1819. "Courtesy," Dundee. 

Brough & Brown, 

4 PANMURE STREET, 
DUNDEE. 



SUPPLIERS OF 

SECOND-HAND 

SACKS and BAGS 

FOR EVERY PURPOSE. 

STAMPING— Any Colour or Design. 



WORKS: 
ARCADE BAG FACTORY. 
MEADOWSIDE BAG FACTORY. 
DALLFIELD WORKS. 



IMPORTERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

EASTERN 

PRODUCE and MANUFACTURE. 



George Feldman & Son 

Falcon ?actorp t Westport, 

DUNDEE, 



BUY 

ODD LOTS OF JUTE GOODS, 
CLEARING LINES (Shipping and 
Home Trade), BLACK or BROWN 
PADDINGS, CALCUTTA PACK- 
SHEETS, BAGGINGS, TARPAUL- 
INGS, HESSIANS, Commons and 
Mangled, Perfect or Faulty, and 
PIECES or SHORT LENGTHS. 



Telegrams: — "FELDMANUS, DUNDEE.'' Code, ABC 5th Edition. 

Telephone No. 2828 Dundee. Private Codes Used. 



SACKS 

BAGS 



AND 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 

FOR 

GRAIN, FLOUR, OATMEAL, 
POTATOES, MANURE, &c. 

STAMPING— Any Design or Colour. 



ALSO 
JUTE GOODS FOR ALL PURPOSES: 

HESSIANS, SACKINGS, CANVAS, PACKSHEET, 
YARNS, ROPES, TWISTS, &C. 



A.M.Macdiarmid&Co, 

165 VICTORIA ROAD, DUNDEE 

Works: Telegrams: "EXPANSION." 

WILLIAM LANE. Telephone No. 2208. 



THE 



MALONE 

Shoe Repair Service 
Works Mid St. Dundee 

Receiving Offices throughout the City 





















A Grand Selection of 

FOUNTAIN PENS 

AT CAXTON HOUSE. 



The Celebrated Makes— The " Swan," at prices ranging 
from 12/6 to 45/-; the "Waterman," including the popular 
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General Notice, 

List of Streets, Squares, Lanes, Entries, &c. , 
Public Offices, Buildings, Parks, &c, ... 

Municipal Ward Boundaries, 

Municipal Lists, 

Judicial Lists, 

Banking and Insurance Lists, 

Property and Investment Companies, 

Public Conveyances, 

Ecclesiastical Lists, 

Educational and Literary Institutions, 
Charitable and Benevolent Institutions, 

Miscellaneous Lists, 

Harbour and Shipping Lists, 

Postal Directory, 

Dundee General Directory, 

Street Directory, 

Trades and Professions Directory, 

Monifieth Directory, 

Carnoustie Directory, 

Newport and Wormit Directory, 

Tayport Directory, 

Rural District Directory, 



PAGE 

15 
19 
35 
45 
46 
6 

66 

71 

72 

75 

87 

100 

113 

132 

136 

159 

551 

786 

867 

883 

907 

930 

945 



Index to Advertisements, 



Page 143 of Advertisements 



Plan of Greater Dundee (including Miniature 
Plan of Registration Districts), 

Monifieth, 

Carnoustie, ... 

Newport and Wormit, 

, — Tayport, 



Preceding Title 

Facing page 880 

„ 896 

„ „ 912 

„ 932 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Adult Free Breakfast Mission - 105 
Advisory Employment Corns. - 58 
Aged Christian Friend Society - 107 

Seaman's Institution - 108 

Agricultural Associations - - 127 
Air Mail Services - - - 152 
Albert Institute - - - - 97 
Alliance of Honour - - - 105 

Trust Co., Ltd. - - 71 

Allotment Gardens, Vegetable 49 
Ambulance Assoc, St Andrew's- 108 
Amphibious Ancients - - 117 

Analyst, Public - - - 48 

Ancrum Road Gardens - - 114 
Angling Clubs - - - - 117 
Angus Agricultural Association - 127 
Animals, Prevention of Cruelty to 104 

61 
56 
48 
98 
95 
130 
97 
94 
97 
88 
96 



Appeal, Court of 

Approved Societies, Insurance 

Architect, City - 

Architects, Dundee Institute of ■ 

Armitstead Trust 

Army Service Corps - 

Art Association, Fine 

Bequest, Duncan 

Gallery 

School of - - - 

Club - 

Section, Educational Institute 96 

Society - - - - 97 

Artillery - - - - - 130 
Ashcliff Children's Home - - 50 
Ashludie Sanatorium - - - 100 

Assessor 48 

Asylum, Royal Lunatic - - 101 
Athletic and Gymnastic Clubs - 116 
Automobile Association - - 116 

Baby Clinics - - - - 55 

Bailie or Burgh Court - - 61 

Bailies 46 

Bakers' Association, Master - 126 

Baldovan Institution - - - 101 

Industrial Schools - 102 

Balgay Industrial School - - 102 



Band of Hope Union 
Bands, Instrumental - 
Bank Holidays - 
Banks 

Carnoustie 

Monifieth 

—■ Tayport - 

Bannatyne Home of Rest 
Bathers, Open-air 
Baths Committee 
Public 



PAGE 

- 86 
118, 905 

- 112 
66, 152 

- 903 

- 880 

- 943 

- 105 

- 117 

- 47 

- 117 

- 102 

- 114 

- 118 
125 
100 
125 



Beacb Mission Sick Nursing 
Beekeepers' Association 
Bellringers' Association 
Benevolent Association, Trades 

Institutions 

Society, Grocers' 

Trust, Bro'ty Ferry - 103 

Bible Lands Missions Aid Socy. - 85 

Society (Dundee Auxiliary) 85 

BishopForbes'ConvalescentsTrustlOl 
Black Watch - - - - 130 
Blind, Royal Dundee Instit. for - 104 

Mission to the Out-Door 104 

Board of Control - - 51, 52 

of Trade Office - - 59 

Boarding Houses and Hostels - 813 
Boating Clubs - - - 117, 928 

- 83 

- 115 
-Carnoustie - - 904 

Monifieth - - 881 

Newport - - 928 

Wormit - - 928 

Greens, Public - - 49 

Boxing Assoc, Scottish Amateur 116 
Boy Scouts - - - - 84 

Monifieth - - 882 

Boys' and Girls' Religious Associat. 82 



Bog Mission 
Bowling Clubs 



Brigades 
Home 

Working - 



Industrial School 

British Canadian Trust Co. , Ltd. 
Medical Association 



83 
102 
102 
102 

71 
123 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

British Ked Cross Society 108, 881, 905 

Women's Temp. Assoc. - 85 

Builders' Association, Master - 126 
Building Societies - - - 71 
Burgh Court - - - - 61 
— Improv. Assoc, Monifieth 880 



Burial Grounds 

Society, Dundee 

Burns Club 

Society - - - 

Bursaries - 
Business Club 

Girls' Club - 

Training Colleges 

Butchers' Associations 

Cab Regulations 
Cadet Companies 
Caird Home for Nurses 
Caledonian Property Invt. Co 

Pipe Band 

Railway Company 

Camper down Curling Club - 
Canine Club - - 
Carnoustie Directory 

Plan of - 

Carriers, Country 

Railway 

Carse of Gowrie Dairy Co. 
Catholic Day Nursery 

Girls' Home 

Musical Society - 

■ Young Men's Society 



Cemeteries 



Committee 



- 49 

- 120 

- 98 

- 98 

- 93 

- 113 

- 131 

- 91 

- 126 

- 72 

- 130 

- 103 
Ld. 71 

- 118 

■ 73 

■ 116 

• 118 

■ 883 

■ 896 

■ 74 

• 73 

■ 128 

■ 106 

■ 106 

■ 118 

- 97 

• 49 

- 46 

- 121 

- 927 

- 48 

- 125 

- 100 

- 103 

- 123 

- 118 

- 55 



Cemetery Company - 

Forgan 

Chamberlain, City 

Chamber of Commerce 

Charitable Institutions 

Charity Organisation Society 

Chemists' Association 

Chess Club, Dundee - 

Child Welfare Scheme 

Children, Prevention of Cruelty to 105 

Children's Court ... 61 

Free Br'kfast Mission 105 

Gymnasia - - - 49 

Holiday Homes - - 106 

Home, Ashcliff - - 50 

Comerton - 105 

106 
105 

Cholera Hospital - - - 100 
Choral Societies - - 118 



-(Invalid) Aid Assocn. 
-Welfare Committee 



PAGE 

Christian Endeavour Union - 83 
Church Office-Bearers' Assocns. - 83 

Officers ---- 80 

of Scotland Social Work 107 

Temp. Comte. 83 

Churches 75 



Carnoustie and Barry 

Monifieth 

Newport and Wormit 

Tayport 

Cinema Theatres 
Circuit Courts - 
Citizens' Association, Women 

: Council, No Licence 

City Hall Committee 

Officials 

Civil Service Academies 
Cleansing Committee 

Department 

Clepington Gardens - 
Clergy and Places of Worship 
Clothing Society 
Clubs, Angling - 

Athletic - 

Boating - 

Bowling - 

Burns 

Business 

Canine - 

Chess 

Comedy - 

Cosmopolitan 

Cricket - 

Curling 116, 882, 904, 928, 943 

Cycling - - - 116, 913 

Eastern - - - - 113 

Esperanto - - - 98 

Football - - - - 116 

Games - 115 

Gilbert and Sullivan - 129 

Golf 114, 881, 904, 928, 943 

Gymnastic - - - 116 

Labour - - - - 129 

Lawn Tennis - 114, 882, 904 

- 928 

- 116 

- 113 

- 928 

- 904 
s - 131 

- 928 
129, 882 

- 117 



906 

882 

929 

944 

36 

61 

192 

85 

47 

48 

91 

47 

50 

114 

75 

107 

- 117 

- 116 

- 117, 928 
115, 881, 904, 928 

- 99, 904 

- 113 

- 118 

- 118 
- - - 129 

113 
116 



Liberal - 

Motor Cycling 

New and Angus 

Newport - 

Panmure 

Professional Women 1 

Quoiting 

Rifle 

Swimming 



Unionist 
Western 



128, 904, 928 
- 113 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Clubs, Yacht .... 117 
Coal Supply Association - - 127 

Monifieth 882 

Coffee-houses, Working Men's - 121 



College of Nursing, Ltd. 

Teachers' Training 

Technical 

-University 



Colleges, Business Training 

Colportage Mission 

Comedy Club 

Comerton Children's Home 

Commercial Colleges - 

Communal Kitchen - 

Comrades of The Great War 

Comunn Nam Fineachan - 

Constable, Chief 

Consular Corps 

Consids and Vice-Consuls - 

Consumption, Municip. Dispensary 48 

Sanatoriums for - 100 



- 123 

- 92 
, 88 

- 87 

- 91 

- 85 

- 129 

- 105 

- 91 

- 60 

- 131 

- 99 
48, 50 

- 131 

- 131 



Convalescent Home - 

Dalhousie 

Convalescents Trust - 
Co-operative Assoc, Carnoustie - 

Coal Association - 

Soc, Agricultural - 

Corinthian Boating Club - 

Cosmopolitan Club - 

Council Officer - 

Councillors ...'.-.•'••- 

Country Carriers 

County Councillors, Carnoustie - 

Fifeshire 

Forfarshire - 

Monifieth - 

Newport 

— Perthshire - 

Tayport 



101 

905 

101 

905 

127 

127 

117 

113 

48 

46 

74 

903 

54 

54 

880 

928 

54 

942 

61 

116 

90 



Courts 

Cricket Clubs 

Cripple Children, School for 

Cruelty to Animals,Prevention of 104 

Children, Prevention of 105 

Curling Clubs .... 116 

Monifieth - - 882 

Newport - - 928 

Panmure - - 904 

Curling Club, Scotscraig - - 943 
Curr Night Refuge - - - 101 
Customs and Excise - - - 65 

- Petty, Collector of - 48 

Cyclists' Touring Club - - 116 

Dairy Co., Carse of Gowrie - 128 



Dairymen's Assoc. 



Carnoustie 



PAGE 

- 127 

- 905 
• 905 

- 105 

- 104 



Dalhousie Convales'nt Home 

Day Nurseries - 

Deaf and Dumb Institution 

Mission to Adult 104 

School for the - 90 

Dean of Guild - - - 46,53 
Dental Hospital - - - 104 

Dependants' Assoc. , Soldiers' - 108 
Disablement Committee - - 108 
Discharged Soldiers' Corns. 108, 109 
Dispensary, Tuberculosis - - 48 
Dock Masters ... - 132 
Domestic Mission, Parish Church 107 
Dramatic, Victorian, Society - 129 
Drapers' & Clothiers' Associatn. 126 
Dudhope House - 109 

Museum - - - 97 

Duncan Art Bequest - - 94 

Dundee & Arbroath Joint Railway 72 

Bro'ty Tramway Co. - 73 

— Newtyle Railway Co. 73 



Eastern Club .... 
Ecclesiastical Lists 
Economic Building Societies 
Education Authority 

Fifeshire - 

Forfarshire 

Perthshire - 

Educational Assoc, Workers' - 

Institute of Scotland 

Institutions 

Mortifications - 

Trust 



Electrical Engineer - 
Electricity Committee 
Employment Advisory Corns. - 

Com'te, Soldiers' - 

Exchange 

Engineer, City - - - - 
Engineers, Institute of 

& Ironf ounders' Assoc 

English Association - 
Esperanto Club - - - - 
Evangelistic Association 
Excise and Customs - 
Eye Institution - - - - 

Factors' Association - 
Factory Inspectors - 
Faculty of Procurators 
Fairmuir Special School - 
Fairs and Markets - 



113 
75 
71 
90 
92 
91 
92 
99 
96 
87 
94 
93 
48 
47 
58 

108 
55 
48 
98 

125 
98 
99 
83 
65 

104 

126 
65 
62 
90 
74 






INDEX. 



Farmers' Union, National - 
Female Kescue Home 
Society- 
Festivals .... 
Fibre Brokers' Association 
Fifeshire County Council - 

Education Authority 

Sheriff-Officers - 

Fine Art Association - 

Galleries 

Fire Brigade 

Monifieth - 

Tayport 



PAGE 

- 127 

- 106 

- 107 

- 112 

- 125 

- 54 

- 92 

- 65 

- 97 

- 97 

- 50 

- 882 

- 944 



Fishermen, Shipwrecked, Society 108 



Fishmarket Superintendent 
Flax and Jute Manufact. Assoc. 

"Warehouses 

Floorcloth and Linoleum Coy. - 
Flowermarket Superintendent - 
Flower Mission to Sick Poor 
Food, Ministry of 

Vigilance Committee 

Football Clubs - 

Foresters, Order of - - - 

Carnoustie - 

Tayport 



48 
125 

99 
127 

48 
103 

59 
129 
116 
123 
905 
943 
123 

49 

71 

54 
116 

91 
116 
118 

64 

51 
123 



Irish National - 

Forfar County Police - 
Forfarshire Building Society 

County Council 

Cricket Club - 

Educatn. Authority 

Football Association 

Homing Pigeon Soc. 

Justices of Peace 

Lunacy Board - 

Medical Association 

Rifle Clubs,Miniature 129 

Unionist Organisation 905 

Franco-Scottish Society - - 99 
Free Breakfast Missions - - 105 

Libraries - - - - 97 

Fruitmarket Superintendent - 48 
Funeral Society, Lochee - - 121 
Furniture Manufacturers' Assoc. 126 

Gaelic Associations - - - 99 

Musical Association - 118 

Games Club, Broughty Ferry - 115 

Garden City, Scottish Veterans' 49 

Gardens, Vegetable Allotment - 49 

Working Men's - - 114 

Gardeners' Lodges - - - 119 

Garmentmakers' Association - 126 

Gas Committee - - - - 47 



PAGE 

48 

98 

881 

129 

95 

84 

106 

131 

106 

102 

114 

904 

881 

943 

-CourseCommittee, Carnoustie 904 

Public - 49 



Gas Engineer and Treasurer 
Geographical Society - 
Gerard Cottage Hospital - 
Gilbert and Sullivan Club - 
Gilfillan Testimonial Fund - 
Girl Guides - - - 
Girls' Boarding-House 

Business Club - 

Homes, Catholic 

Industrial School 

Golf Clubs - 

Carnoustie 

— - — Monifieth - 
• Scotscraig 



Links Management, Monifieth 881 

Good Templar Lodges - - 122 

Monifieth 882 

Gospel Temperance Union - - 85 
Grey Lodge Settlement - - 107 
Grocers' Associations - - - 125 

Benevolent Society - 125 

Guild Court .... 61 

Carnoustie - - 902 

Newport - - 927 

Tayport - - 942 

Guildry Incorporation - - 53 
Gymnasia for Children - - 49 
Gymnasium, Public - - - 116 
Gymnastic Societies - - - 116 

Hairdressers, National Federation 126 

60 

35 

132 

132 

71 

- 96 

- 47 

- 55 
48, 55 

- 102 

- 122 
■ 89 

- 99 

- 130 

- 118 

- 105 



Half Holiday, Shops Act - 

Halls 

Harbour and Shipping Lists 

Officials and Trustees 

Hawaiian Investment Co., Ltd 
Head Teachers' Association 
Health Committee, Public 

Insurance, National 

Medical Officers of ■ 

"Workers' Association 

Hibernians Friendly Society 
High School 
Highland Societies 
Highlanders' Battalions 
Highlanders' Pipe Band 
Holiday Home, Bannatyne 

Invalid Children'sl06 

Y.W.C.A. - 105 

Holidays 112 

Home, Ashcliff Children's - - 50 

Bannatyne - - - 105 

Boys' - - - - 102 



INDEX. 



Home, Catholic Girls' 

Children's Holiday- 

Comerton 

Convalescent 

Female Rescue 

Girls' - 

■ — for Incurables 



PAGE 

- 106 

- 106 

- 105 

- 101 

- 106 
102, 106 

- 101 
— - Invalid Children's Hol'day 106 

Labour - - - - 107 

Mission Union - - 83 

Newport Children's - 105 

Sailors' - - - - 107 

St Margaret's - - 106 

St Mary's - - -107 

Salvation Army - - 106 

Working Boys' - - 102 

Y.W.C.A., Abernethy - 105 

Homes, Nursing - - 101, 843 

Honour, Alliance of - - - 106 
Horticultural Society, Dundee - 113 

Carnoustie 905 

Stirling Pk. 113 

Hospital, Dental - - - 104 

Gerard Cottage - - 881 

Infant - 107 

Kingscross - - - 100 

Master - - - - 46 

Maternity - - - 100 

Parochial Sick - - 50 

Red Cross - 881, 905 

Royal Victoria - - - 100 

Smallpox and Cholera - 100 

Women's - - - 101 

Hostels and Boarding-Houses - 39 

Hotels 39 

Housing & Town Planning Com. 47 
Humane Society - - - 117 

Imbeciles, Baldovan Instn. for - 101 
Income Tax Assessor - - - 65 
Incurables, Home for - - 101 

Incurables, Victoria Hospital for 100 
Independent Labour Party - 129 

Indigent Gentlewomen's Fund - 108 

Sick Society - t - -108 

Industrial Schools Society - - 102 
Infant Hospital - 107 

Infirmary, Royal - - - 100 
Inland Revenue - - - - 65 
Instrumental Bands - - - 905 
Insurance Act, National - - 55 

Approved Societies - 56 

Institute - - - 70 

Lists - - - - 66 

Medical Benefit Com. - 56 



PAGE 

Insurance Medical Committee - 123 

Pharmacists' Com. - 123 

Unemployment - - 57 

Invalid Children's AidAssociation 106 
Investment Companies, Property 71 
Irish League, United - - - 122 

Nationalist Foresters - - 123 

Ironf ounders' & Engineers' Assoc. 125 

Joiners' Association, Master - 126 
Joint Stock Co. - - - - 71 
Journalists, Institute of - - 113 

National Union of - 113 

Judicial Lists - - - - 61 
Justice of Peace Courts - - 63 

Officers - - 65 

Justices of the Peace - - 63 

Carnoustie 903 

Forfarshire 64 

Monifieth - 880 

Newport - 927 

Perthshire- 64 

Tayport - 942 

Justiciary, High Court of - - 61 
Jute and Flax Manufactrs' Asso. 125 

Warehouses - 99 

Importers' Association - 125 

Merchants' Association - 125 

Sample Warehouse - - 99 

Spinners' Association - - 125 

Juvenile Employm't Committee 58 



Kingscross Hospital - 
Kirk Master 



-100 
- 46 



Labour Club - - - - 129 

Committee, Dundee Port 58 

Exchange, Board of Trade 58 

Home - - - - 107 

Party, Independent - 129 

Ladies' Golf Clubs - 114, 881, 904 

Union - - - - 106 

Work Society - - 107 

Landlords' and Factors' Assoc. - 126 
Lands Valuation - - - 46 
Laundries 828 



Laundry Association - 

Steam - 

Broughty Ferry - 

Tayside 

Lawn Tennis Courts, Public 



Clubs 



Leaders of Psalmody - 
Leng Trust 
Liberal Association 



127 
127 
127 
127 
49 
114, 882, 904 

- 80 

- 95 

- 128 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Liberal Association, Bro'ty Ferry 128 



-Carnoustie 

-Forgan 

-Lochee 

-Monifieth 

-Tayport 

-"Wormit 



905 
928 

- 128 

- 882 

- 943 

- 928 

- 928 

- 97 

- 97 

- 125 

- 61 

- 59 

- 107 

- 132 

- 125 

- 127 

- 98 

- 85 

- 70 
58, 59 

- 126 

- 132 



Club, Newport 

Libraries, Free - 
Library, Subscription 
Licensed Grocers' Association 
Licensing Court of Appeal 
Lieutenancy Officials 
Lifeboat Institution - 
Ligbt Keepers, River Tay - 
Linen Merchants' Association 
Linoleum and Floorcloth Co. 
Literary Association, Lochee 
Livingstonia Mission - 
Lloyd's Surveyors 
Local Advisory Committees 

Government Officers 

Marine Board - 

Lodges— Foresters' - 123, 905, 943 

Gardeners' - - - 119 

-—Good Templar - 122, 882 

Hibernians' - - - 122 

Irish Natl. Foresters' - 123 

Masonic - 120, 882, 905 

Oddfellows' - - - 119 

Rechabites' - - - 121 

Shepherds' - 119, 882, 905 

London College of Music - - 118 
London Missionary Society - 85 
Lord Dean of Guild - - 46, 53 

Lieutenant - - 46, 59 

Provost - - - - 46 

Roberts Meml. Workshops 109 

Lunacy Boards - - - 51, 52 
Lunatic Asylum, Royal - - 101 

M'All Mission (Dundee Auxiliary) 85 

Magicians, Society of - • 129 

Magistrates and Town Council - 46 

Carnoustie - - 902 

Monifieth - - 880 

Newport - - 927 

Tayport - - 942 

Maltmen Incorporation - - 53 

Manufacturers' Associations - 125 

Marine Board, Local - - - 132 

Insurance Companies - 70 

Mariners' Benevolent Society - 108 

Markets and Fairs - - - 74 

I and Baths Committee - 47 



PAGE 

Markets Superintendent - - 48 
"Mars" Training Ship Institution 103 
Masonic Lodges - - - - 120 

Carnoustie - 905 

: Monifieth - - 882 

Temple (Dundee), Ltd.- 120 

Matador Land and Cattle Co., Ltd. 71 
Maternity Hospital - - - 100 

■■ Service - - - 55 

Mayfield Hostel - 93 

Meat Market Co., Ltd. - - 125 
Medical Association, British - 123 

■= Forfarshire 123 

Benefit Committee - 56 

Insurance Committee - 123 

— -Missionary Society - 85 

Officers of Health 48, 55 

for Tuberculosis 48 

Practitioners - - 830 

Carnoustie 903 

Monifieth 881 

Newport 

-Tayport 



927 

944 

48 

132 



Members of Parliament 
Mercantile Marine Office 
Merchants' Assoc, Jute & Linen 125 
Messengers-at-Arms - - - 65 
Midland Swimming Association 117 
Midwives' Association, Scottish 123 
Military "War Pensions - - 131 
Milliners' Association - - 126 

Mills' Bequest - - - - 944 
Miniature Rifle Clubs - 129, 882 

Missionary Societies - - - 85 
Monifieth Directory - - - 867 

Plan of - - -880 

Morals, Council of Public - - 105 
Morgan Trust - - - - 93 
Mortifications, Charit. 109, 906, 944 



-Educational 



Mothers' Restaurants, Nursing - 
Motor Carriages, Regulations for 
Municipal Lists 
Voters List 



Museums 97 

Music, London College of - - 118 
Musical Societies - - 118, 129 

Carnoustie - 905 

Tayport - - 943 

National Bible Society - - 85 

Council of Women - 129 

Dental Association - 123 

Farmers' Union - - 127 

Health Insurance - 55 



10 

National Lifeboat Institution 

Prohibition Party 

Relief Fund 

Union of Journalists 

Naturalists' Society - 
Naval Volunteer Reserve - 

War Pensions - 

Navy League 
Needlework Guild 
New and Angus Club 
Newport Directory 
Plan of 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

- 107 

- 85 

- 131 

- 113 

- 98 

■ 130 

- 131 

■ 130 

- 107 

- 113 

- 907 
• 912 

- 113 

- 113 

- 101 

- 53 



Newspaper Press Fund 

Newspapers and Publications 

Night Refuge, Curr - 

Nine Incorporated Trades - 

No Licence Citizens' Council - 85 

North British Railway Company 73 

of Scot. Reversionary Co. 71 

Northern American Trust Co. - 71 

Prop'ty & Revers'y Co. 71 

Notaries Public - - - - 62 
Nurseries, Day - 105 

Nurses 852 

Nursing Homes - - - 101, 843 

Mothers' Restaurants - 55 

Society, Sick Poor - 103 

Beach Mission 102 

Nursing Societv, Carnoustie - 905 
Monifieth - 881 

Oddfellows, Order of - - - 119 
Office-bearers' Assocns., Church 83 

Officers' Training Corps - - 131 

Old Age Pensions - - - 59 

Open-air Bathers - - - 117 

Orchestral Societies - - - 118 

Orphan Institution - - - 102 

Orphanage, St Margaret's - - 106 

Orthopaedic Annexe - - - 108 

Panmure Club - - - 904 

Parcel Express Vans - - - 74 

Parish Council - - - - 50 

Auchterhouse - 51 

Balmerino - - 927 

Barry - - - 903 

Fowlis Easter - 51 

Liff and Benvie - 51 

Longforgan - 51 

Lundie - - 51 

Mains and Strath- 

martine - - 51 

Monifieth - - 51 

Monikie - - 51 



Parish Council, Murroes 

Newport 

Panbride 

Tayport 

-Tealing 



Parks Committee 

Public 

Parliament, Dundee - 

Members of - 

Parliamentary Voters List 
Pensions Committee, War - 

Monifieth 

Tayport 

Permissive Bill Assoc, Scottish 



PAGE 

- 51 

- 927 

- 903 

- 942 

- 51 

- 47 
-. 49 

- 129 

- 48 

- 47 

- 131 

- 881 

- 943 

85 



Perthshire County Council 

Education Authority 

Justices of Peace 

Sheriff Officers - 

Petty Customs Collector - 
Pharmacists' Associations - 

Insur. Committee 

Photographic Association - 
Picture Gallery .... 
Picture Theatres 
Pilotage and List of Pilots 
Plumbers, Registration of - 
Association, Master 



-Committee 
-Court 

Carnoustie 

Rescue Scheme 

-Establishment - 
-Forfar County - 
-Surgeon - 
-Treasurer - 



Poorhouse Officials 

Population of Burgh - 

Port Labour Committee 

Post Offices 

Carnoustie 

Monifieth - 

Newport - 

Savings Bank - 

Tayport - 

■■ — Wormit - 

Postal Directory — 
Air Mail Services - 
Blind Literature 
Broughty Ferry P.O. 
Canadian Magazine Post 
Cash on Delivery Service 
Certificates of Posting - 
Commercial Papers, Foreign 



- 47 

- 61 

- 902 

- 106 

- 50 

- 49 

- 48 

- 48 

- 50 

- 46 

- 59 
136, 157 

- 906 

- 882 

- 928 

- 154 

- 944 

- 929 

- 152 

- 140 

- 148 

- 144 

- 145 

- 139 
142 



INDEX. 



Postal Directory— page 

Deliveries, Town - - - 154 
Express Delivery - - - 139 
H.M. Forces, Rates for - - 158 
Inland Revenue Stamps - - 152 
Letter Postage, Foreign - - 142 

Inland - 136 

Mails, Arrivals and Depar- 
tures - 155, 156 
Money Orders- - - - 141 
Newspapers, Foreign - - 143 

Inland - - 137 

Parcel Post, Despatches - 156 

Foreign 145, 146, 147 

Inland - - 139 

Pillar Letter Boxes - - 157 

Post Cards, Foreign - - 142 

Inland - - - 136 

Postal Orders - - - - 141 
Poste Restante - - - 139 
Prepayment of Postage - - 138 
Printed Papers, Inland - - 137 

Foreign - - 143 

Radiotelegrams - - - 151 
Re-direction - 140 

Registration, Compensation 139, 
144, 145 
Samples, Foreign - - - 144 
Savings Bank - 152 

Spoilt Stamps - - - 144 

Sub-Offices - - - 136, 154 

Collections from - 154 

Telegrams, Inland - - - 147 

Foreign - - 148, 149 

Deferred - 150 

Night Letter - 149 

Telephones - 153 

Presbyteries, Meetings of - - 79 

Lists of- - - 75 

Printing Employers' Association 126 
Prison Aid Society - - - 106 

Establishment - - 50 

Visiting Committee - 106 

Probation Officers - - - 61 
Procurator-Fiscal - - 48, 61 
Procurators and Solicitors - 62 

Professors of College - - - 88 
Professional Women's Club - 131 
Prohibition and Reform Party - 85 

— Party, Scottish - 85 

Property Buying Committee - 47 

and Invest. Companies 71 

Public Buildings - - - 35 

Conveyances - - - 72 

Holidays - - - 112 

Parks .... 49 



Quarries 

Quarter Days and Terms - 

Sessions 

Quoiting Club, Newport 

Railway Carriers 

Companies - 

Mission 

Stations 



Reading Rooms 



Royal Exchange 
Tayport 
— Working Men's 



11 



112 
61 

928 

73 
73 

85 
41 
97 
97 
943 
121 



Rechabites, Independent Order of 121 



Recreation Grounds 
Red Cross Society 

Carnoustie 

Monifieth 

Newport 

Refuge, Curr Night - 
Registrars of Births, Banns 

Barry - 

Monifieth 

Newport 

Panbride 



49 

- 108 

- 905 

- 881 

- 928 

- 101 
52, 53 

- 903 

- 880 

- 927 

- 903 

- 943 
19,52 
47, 61 

- 106 

- 106 



Tayport 

Registration Districts 

of Voters Acts 

Rescue Home, Females 

Scbeme, Police Court 

Reserve, Royal Naval Volunteer 130 
Rifle Clubs' - - - 129,882 
Royal Alfred Seamen's Institut. 108 

Dundee Instit. for Blind- 104 

Engineers - - - 130 

Exchange Reading Room - 97 

Field Artillery - - 130 

Garrison Artillery - - 130 

Highlanders, B.W. - - 130 

Infirmary - - - 100 

Life-Saving Society - 117 

Lunatic Asylum - - 101 

National Lifeboat Inst. - 107 

Naval Volunteer Reserve 130 

Scottish Geographical Socy. 99 

Tay Yacht Club - - 117 

Victoria Hospital - - 100 

Rural District Directory - - 945 

St Andrew's Ambulance Assoc. - 108 

Provincial Committee 92 

St Margaret's Old Brass Band - 118 

Home - - - 106 

St Mary's Rest - - - - 107 
St Vincent de Paul Society - 106 



12 INDEX. 



Sabbath Forenoon Meetings 

School Teachers' Union 

Sailors' Home - - 

Sailors and Soldiers — 
Convalescent Home 
Dependants' Association 
Disablement Committee 
(Discharged) Committee 

Federation - 

Employment Committees 58, 
Families Association 

- Tayport - 



PAGE 

- 82 

83 

107 

108 
108 
108 
108 
109 
108 
108 
928 
109 



Help Society 
Hostels - - 813 

Lord Roberts Workshops - 109 
Mortification, Carnoustie - 891 
Orthopaedic Annexe - - 108 
Red Cross Hospital, Monifieth 881 
Veterans' Fund - - - 108 
War Pensions Committee - 131 

Monifieth 864 

Tayport - 928 

Workshop and Gardens - - 108 
Salvation Army - - 79, 106 
Sanatorium, Ashludie - - 100 
Benefit Committee 55 



Sidlaw 



Sanitary Protection Association 
Department 



Savings Bank 



Carnoustie 

Monifieth 

Post Office 



100 

123 

50 

- 66 

- 903 

- 880 

- 152 
93, 94 



Scholarships 
School Boards (see Education Autho- 
rity) 
Schools, Broughty Ferry - - 91 

Business Training - 91 

— Carnoustie and Barry - 903 

Civil Service - - 91 

■ — - Deaf and Dumb - 90, 104 

Education Authority - 90 

Forfarshire - - 91 

Fifeshire - 92 

Industrial - - - 102 

Perthshire - 92 

Private ... 91 

Wireless - 92 

Scottish Am. Gymnastic Assoc. 116 

American Trust Cos., Ld. 71 

Assoc, for Irish Missions 90 

Bankers' Association - 70 

-Board of Health - - 55 

Canadian Trust Co. , Ltd. 71 

Council of Public Morals 105 



PAGE 

Scottish Council Women's Trades 129 

Flaxspinners' Assoc. - 125 

Geographical Society - 98 

Home Rule Association 130 

Midwives' Association - 123 

Musical Society - - 118 

Permissive Bill Associat. 85 

Pharmaceutical Assoc. 123 

Prohibition Party 

Propertylnvestment Co. 

-Veterans' Garden City 



Scouts, Boy 

Monifieth 

Sculpture Galleries - 
Seamen's Friend Society - 
Institution, Aged 



85 
71 
49 

84 
882 

97 
108 
108 
118 



Select Choir 

Session Clerks, Proclam. of Banns 53 

Shepherds, Order of - - - 119 

Carnoustie- 889 

Monifieth - 882 

Sheriff Court - - - - 61 

Officers - - - - 65 

Shipbrokers' & Shipowners'Assoc. 132 



Shipbuilders' Association 
Shipping Agents 

belonging to the Port 

Companies - 

Shipwrecked Fishermen Society 
Shops Act, Closing Orders 
Shops, Inspector of - 
Sick Hospital, Parochial - 

Nurses 

Poor Flower Mission - 

Nursing Society 

B. Ferry 



- 123 

- 134 

- 18:, 

- 134 

- 108 

- 60 

- 48 

- 50 

- 852 

- 103 

- 103 

- 102 



Society, Indigent 

Sidlaw Sanatorium - 
Skating Ponds, Public 
Small Debt Courts 
Smallpox Hospital 
Social Union 



Carnoustie 905 
Monifieth 881 

- 108; 

- 100 

- 49 

- 63 

- lOCr 

- 106 
- Work, Church of Scotland 107 

Soldiers (see Sailors) 
Solicitors, Faculty of - - - 62 
Sons of Temperance - - - 122 
South American Missionary Union 85 
Spinners' and Manufrs'. Assoc. 125 
Spiritualists, Society of - - 99 
Stamps and Taxes - - - 65 
Steeple Club - - - - 127 
Stirling Park Gardens - - 114 
Horticultural Soc. 114 



INDEX. 



13 



PAGE 

Stobswell Angling Club - - 117 

Stock Exchange Association - 129 

Streets, Squares, &c. - - 19 

Students' Union, Univ. College 99 

Subscription Library - - - 97 

Surveyors of Taxes - - - 65 

Swimming Clubs - - - 117 

Tailors' Association, Master - 126 
Tariff Reform League - - 129 

Taxes, Assessors and Surveyors of 65 



Taxi-cabs, Regulations for 

Tay Ferries .... 

Tayport Directory 

Plan of 

Tayside Laundry Co., Ltd., 
Teacbers' Association, Head 

Education Authority - 

Educational Institute 

Forfarshire - 

Fif eshire 

Perthshire - 

(Secondary) Association 

Training College - 

Technical College 

Telegraph Advisory Committee - 

Offices 

Telephone Advisory Committee 
Telephones and Call Offices 

for Telegrams, &c. - 

Temperance Comte. , Ch. of Scot. 
Societies - - 85, 



72 

73 

930 

932 

127 

96 

90 

95 

91 

92 

92 

95 

92 

88 

153 

138 

153 

153 

153 



i Tennis Courts - 

i Tent Mission ... 

i Terms .... 
Territorial Force Association 
Theatres 36 



122 

49 

83 

112 

130 



Theosophical Society - 
Three United Trades - 
Town Clerk 

Council - 

Carnoustie- 

Monifieth - 

Newport - 

Tayport - 

Planning Committee 

Tract Society 

Trades Approved Societies - 

Band, Dundee 

Benevolent Association 

Holidays 

and Labour Party - 

Trades Societies - 
Training College, Teachers' 



Tramway Company 



PAGE 

- 73 

-Broughty Ferry 73 

Engineer and Manager 48 

Tramways Committee - - 47 
Trawling Companies - - - 133 
Trinity College, London - - 118 

House - - - - 132 

Tuberculosis Medical Officers - 48 
Typewriting Schools - - - 91 

Unemployment (see Employment) 
Union Weavers, Ltd., Lochee - 118 
Unionist Association - - - 128 

Forfarshire 905 

Women's905, 928 

Club, Broughty Ferry - 128 

Carnoustie - - 904 

Newport - - 928 

U.F. Church Office-bearers' Union 83 
United Irish League - - - 122 
U.P. Town Mission - 82 
University College - - - 87 
Students' Union 99 

Valuation Assessor - - - 48 

Dept., Inland Revenue 46 

46 

49 

54 

108 

49 

48 

97 

100 

131 

Victorian Dramatic & Musical Soc. 129 
Visiting Com. for Dundee Prison 106 
Voluntary Health Workers - 102 
Voters, Registration of - 34, 46 

Waldensian Missions Society - 85 
War Memorial Committee - 59 

Tensions Committee - - 131 

Monifieth 880 

Tayport 943 

Relief Fund Committee - 131 

Savings Committee - - 60 

Monifieth 880 

Ward Boundaries - - - 45 
Wards — Situation of Streets - 19 
Warehouses - - - - 99 
Wash-houses, Public - - - 117 
Watchmakers' & Jewellers' Asso. 126 
Water Committee - - - 47 
Engineer and Treasurer - 48 



of the Burgh 



Vegetable Allotment Gardens - 
Venereal Diseases Council 
Veterans, Fund for Relief of 

Scottish, Garden City 

Veterinary Surgeon - 
Victoria Art Galleries 

Hospital 

League - 



14 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Weights & Measures, Inspector of 48 
Western and Hawaiian Invest. Co. 71 



Club 



Whale Fishing Companies 
Whitehall Orchestral Society- 
Whitsunday Society, Tayport 
Wine and Spirit Trade Assoc. 
Wireless School - 
Women Citizens' Association 

Patrols 

Women's Business Club - 

Metropole - 

Hospital 

National Council 

Temperance Assocn. 

Trades, Scot. Council 

Unionist Assoc. 905, 928 

Work Advisory Com. 58 

Workers' Educational Assoc. - 99 

Food Vigilance Com. - 129 

League, Monifieth - 882 



113 
133 
118 
943 
125 

91 
129 
131 
131 
106 
101 
129 

85 
129 



PAGE 

Working Boys' Home - - 102 

Girls' Boarding House 107 

Men's Coffee Booms - 121 

Gardens - - 114 

Wormit Directory - - - 907 

Plan of - - - - 912 

Wrecking Co., East Coast, Ltd.- 133 
Wrestling Association, Scottish 116 

Yacht Club, Royal Tay - - 117 
Yearly Society, Monifieth - - 882 i 

Y.M.C.A. 96 

Broughty Ferry - 96> 

'■ Carnoustie - - 904[ 

Monifieth - - I 



Y.W.C.A. 



Broughty Ferry 
Home of Rest - 
Lochee 
Monifieth 
Newport - 



- 96 

- 97 

- 96 

- 97 

- 880 

- 927 



DUNDEE DIRECTORY. 



GENERAL NOTICE. 

The publication of the last Dundee Directory coincided with one 
of the great events of history — the signing of the Armistice in 
November 1918, which practically ended the European War, the 
Peace Treaty being signed on 28th June 1919, and Peace Day cele- 
brated on 19th July. The men who were taken from the factories 
and workshops to form the huge armies have been demobilised, and 
for a time unemployment was rife. The cost of living steadily rose, 
workers of all grades demanded higher wages, and threats of strikes 
were heard on every hand. Dundee, like other places, has its 
unemployment and unrest, but every effort is being made to over- 
come the labour difficulty. The city has forged steadily ahead with 
its reconstruction schemes, and has the proud distinction of being a 
pioneer in grappling with the housing problem. 

Certain areas of the city were mapped out as sites for model 
dwelling-houses — Logie, Hospital Park, Stirling Park, Taybank, 
Lochee ; as well as sites in the east, north, and west districts, on 
which cottage dwellings are to be erected. 

The houses at Logie have been completed, and were formally 
opened by Lord Provost Sir William Don, K.B.E., in May last. 
This was the first housing scheme in Scotland to be proceeded 
with by a local authority in partnership with the State. The site at 
Logie comprises twenty-one acres, purchased at the price of £4500. 
There are two hundred and fifty houses, two storeys in height, of 
the "flat" type. They are built in two sizes, one having a large 
living-room, one bedroom, a kitchen-scullery, bathroom, larder, and 
pantry, with ample press accommodation ; the other has two 
bedrooms. Each dwelling has a separate entrance, and all are lit 
by electricity. A central heating system heats them and supplies 
hot water. The smaller houses are let at an annual rental of £16 18/-, 
and the larger at £22 2/-, excluding rates. Hopeful expectations 
are entertained regarding the Veterans' Association Housing Scheme 
at Barnhill, of which the foundation stone was laid on 24th April 
1920 by the Pit. Hon. Eobert Munro, Secretary for Scotland. 
Thirty cottages are now in course of erection. 

The Den of Mains, purchased by the late Sir James K. Caird, 
Bart., and presented by him to the city, has been tastefully laid 



16 GENERAL NOTICE. 

out as a pleasure park, with an artificial lake, thus adding another 
beauty spot to the city. A further improvement carried out by the 
Corporation is the spiral carriage-way to the top of the Law. 
This, when finished, will allow vehicular traffic to reach the summit, 
and citizens who were formerly debarred by the rough climb will 
now be able to enjoy the splendid view from the top. 

The Corporation, anticipating an industrial boom, purchased a 
part of the Linlathen estate in the vicinity of Forfar Road and 
Maryfield, extending to 265,063 acres, at a cost of £35,382. 
Inquiries have already been made for taking up sites, and twelve 
acres have been taken by Messrs Keiller, who are meantime utilising a 
part for the storage of pulp, and the remainder is to be laid out as a 
recreation park for their employees. A large pavilion is to be 
erected, and provision made for various summer and winter games. 
In February 1919 the City Engineer issued a Report on Town 
Planning, with illustrations showing the proposed Ring Road around 
Dundee, and the suggested Foot Bridge over the Tay, constructed 
on the piers of the old Bridge. Part of the Ring Road has been 
formed at the Mains. 

The new City Hall is progressing rapidly, and, it is expected, 
will be completed next year. The shops on the ground floor 
facing the south are already occupied. To meet the increased 
cost of wages and material, Mrs Marryat, sister of the late Sir 
James K. Caird, has generously gifted £75,000 ; so the hall 
will be opened free from debt. It will be a boon to Dundee when 
this hall is opened, for the city is now well-nigh "hall-less." 
The Kinnaird Hall, so long used for concerts and political and other 
meetings, and practically the only hall in Dundee where a large 
audience could assemble, was sold for £21,300 to a cinema firm, and 
is now a picture house. And not only has the Kinnaird Hall been 
taken for the "pictures," but in October 1919 Her Majesty's Theatre 
closed its doors as the home of the legitimate drama, and opened as 
a cinema. Dundee is now without a theatre. 

But if the doors of art in one sense are closed, the doors of art in 
another phase will be opened. The trustees of the late Provost 
J. G. Orchar, of Broughty Ferry, have purchased Beach House for 
the purpose of housing the valuable collection of pictures, books, and 
violins bequeathed by Provost Orchar to Broughty Ferry. The 
collection consists of many fine specimens of the work of William 
M'Taggart, R.S.A., and other prominent Scottish painters, and 
some magnificent violins by Stradivarius and other Italian makers. 
The Gallery will be open free to the public. 

The Jewish community of Dundee, who had no permanent place 
of worship, opened with great ceremony last May a new Synagogue 
in Meadow Street. 

The textile trade of the city has been good — in fact 1919 was 
described as a lucky year, although there was some unrest among 
the workers. A forty-eight hours working week has been estab- 
lished, the employees starting at 7.45 instead of six o'clock in the 
morning, and stopping at 5.30 p.m., with 12 noon to 1 p.m. for a 
mid-day meal, so the half-past five in the morning " bummer " is 



J 


AAES 


P. /AATHEW 6 

PRINTERS 
PUBLISHERS 


Co. 






LITHOGRAPHERS 








DIE STAMPERS 








BOOKBINDERS 


- 






PAPER-RULERS 






MANUFACTURING STATIONERS 




CAXTON HOUSE 






11 TO 15 


COWGATE, DUNDEE 



GENERAL NOTICE. 17 

now a thing of the past. Wages also have been materially increased. 
The school hours were rearranged to suit the altered hours of the 
workers. 

The shipbuilding and engineering trades have had their fair share 
of liveliness during the year. Amongst the ships launched from the 
Caledon Shipbuilding Yai'd was the "Machaon," of 7800 tons, the 
largest vessel 3^ e t built on the east coast of Scotland. The many 
orders booked will keep the yards busily employed for a consider- 
able time to come. 

The present supply of electricity has become inadequate for the 
city, and various schemes have been put forward to augment it. 
Meantime tenders for the extension of the Carolina Port generating 
station have been accepted by the Electricity Committee of the 
Town Council. This will give employment to a large number of 
workers in the different trades. 

Great alterations are also being carried out at the Gas Works. 
New vertical retorts and condensers are being installed. These, it 
is said, will cheapen the price of gas, and give a greater percentage 
of by-products. 

Changes have taken place in the Tramways Department. Owing 
to health reasons, Mr Peter Eisher, who was so. long Manager, has 
retired,* and Mr Walter T. Xbung has been appointed in his place. 
Mr Fisher is still to act as consultant. 

The first election of the new Education Authority took place in 
April 1919, and was conducted on the Proportional Representation 
system. A new office — that of Organiser of Education — was created 
under the Education Authority, and Mr Stewart A. Robertson was 
chosen to fill the post. 

The Fire Brigade was kept busy during the year. In November 
last two disastrous fires occurred. A large building at the Harbour 
was destroyed, the damage being estimated at £25,000 ; and the 
Princess Cinema Theatre, Hawkhill, was burned, and damage to the 
extent of £6000 was done. 

The city was honoured by the visits of two of the great War 
heroes— Earl Haig and Earl Beatty. On May 15th, 1919, Earl Haig 
received the freedom of the city, and on September 6th Earl Beatty 
was also admitted a Burgess. 

Three Conferences were held in Dundee — the Tramway Officials' 
Conference on September 18th, 1919 ; the Scottish Library Associa- 
tion on June 10th ; and the Municipal Engineers' Conference on June 
17th, 1920. Each was officially received and entertained by the 
Town Council. 

With the ending of the War the Dundee Fine Art Exhibition 
Committee decided to hold an exhibition of works of modern art, 
which formed in times before the War an event in the city. A 
splendid collection of pictures was hung in the Victoria Galleries, 
and opened to the public in February 1920. This proved again a 
great success, the sales amounting to over £5700. Not only did the 
Committee cater for the art-loving public, but they gave six 
delightful high-class concerts in connection with the Exhibition, 
which were greatly, appreciated by the large audiences that filled the 

2 



18 GENERAL NOTICE. 

Galleries. A musical event in the history of the city was the 

winning of the Gaelic Mod Shield by the Dundee Gaelic Choir. 

The Commercial Library, which was opened in the Albert Hall in 
January 1919, has been a great success, as is proved by the number 
of readers frequenting it and the number of inquiries on all kinds 
of subjects answered over the counter. At the opening ceremony by 
Principal Sir Alfred Ewing, Edinburgh University, Principal Sir 
John Herkless announced that Mr George Bonar, Dundee, had given 
£25,000 to St Andrews University to found a Commercial Faculty to 
be conducted at University College, Dundee. 

The health of the city has been normal. No serious outbreaks of 
epidemic disease have occurred. Death, however, has claimed many 
well-known citizens : — Mr John Earl Robertson, who was so long 
associated with Messrs James Spence & Co., drapers ; Mr George C. 
Keiller, Hawkhill House ; Mr George K. Smith, Ardmere ; Mr 
Herman Luhrs, flax merchant ; ex-Bailie John M. Nairn ; Mr James 
Stevenson, of Stevenson Bros., dyers ; ex-Bailie Craig, the veteran 
temperance reformer ; Mr Robert Eergusson, solicitor ; Mr David 
Duncan, solicitor, the father of the Dundee Bar ; Mr George B. 
Simpson, solicitor ; Mr J. B. Macdonald, produce merchant ; Rev. Dr 
Cameron, Rosebank Church ; Rev. R, S. Warren, formerly of St 
David's Church ; two Original Secession ministers, Rev. James 
Patrick and Rev. Peter M 'Vicar ; Mr Walter Baxter, solicitor ; 
Mr W. C. Honeyman, novelist and musician ; Mr W. Briggs, 
asphalte manufacturer ; Mr Alex. Gilroy, of Ballumbie ; Mr Nimmo 
Christie, organist ; Mr David Dewar, procurator-fiscal ; Mr D. II. 
Littlejohn, solicitor ; Mr R. E. M' Gavin, merchant ; Sir John 
Herkless, Principal of St Andrews University ; Mr John Miln, 
banker ; Mr John Scrimgeour, solicitor ; also Miss Nimmo, 
daughter of the late Dr Patrick Nimmo ; Mrs Hunter, wife of 
ex-Lord Provost Hunter ; and Miss Jessiman, of the Y. W.C.A. 

The prosperity of the workers may be judged by the fact that the 
deposits in the Dundee Savings Bank for the year 1919 were 
unparalleled in the Bank's history. This is a good sign for the 
times, and, with the carrying out of the schemes which the Town 
Council and others have in view for extensions and new industries, 
the outlook for Dundee is very bright. 

July 1920. 



( 19 ) 

STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 

INDICATING THEIR SITUATION. 
The italic letters at beginning- of line denote the position of the street on Map. The 
numbers following the definition of the locality denote the Parliamentary and Muni- 
cipal Ward, or Wards, in which each street is situated. The numbers and letters in 
brackets denote the Registration District, or Districts, in which each street is 
situated, the letter (A) signifying Mains and Strathmartine District, and the letter 
(B) the Monifieth West Registration District. For definition of Municipal Ward 
Boundaries see page 45; and for definition of Registration Districts and addresses of 
Registrars see page 52. 

The letters B.F. stand for Broughty Ferry. 



D c Abbotsf orcl pi. , 74 Pedclie st. 9 (1) 

Abercromby pi. , 151-3 Lochee rd (4) 

b Abercromby st., Bro. Ferry, Dal- 

liousie rd. to Stratkmore st. 11(B) 
C c Aberleranoter., 350 Perth rd. 2(1) 
Na Abertay st., Bro. Ferry, Monifieth 

road to Strathmore street 11 (B) 
N b Addison road, Broughty Ferry, 

Camphill road to N. 11 (B) 

E d Adelaide pl.,N. of Adelaide ter. 7(2) 
E d Adelaide terrace, N. of and parallel 

to Albany terrace 7 (2) 

E b Airlie place, 7 Perth road 9 (1) 
E b Airlie terrace, top of Airlie pi. 9(1) 
K b Albany road, Broughty Ferry, 

Grove road to W. 10 (3) 

E d Albany terrace, Drummond street 

to Inverary terrace 7(2,4) 

Albert court, 37 Nethergate 2 (1) 

L b Albert road, Bro. Ferry, Claypots 

road to Victoria road 10 (3) 

E c Albert square, part of Meadowside 

between Reform street and Pan- 
mure street 6 (2) 
G d Albert street. ; continuation of 

Princes street to N. 4 (3) 

if a Albion place, Broughty Ferry, 

N. side of Castle street 
G d Albyn villas, 32 Forfar road (3) 
F d Alexander street, Hilltown to 

Dens road 5 (3) 

F c Allan street, 157 Seagate to East 

Dock street 1 (3) 

M a Alpha terrace, Bro. Ferry, corner 

Brook street and Castle st. 11 (B) 
L b Alton terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

East side of Grove road 10 (3) 
M a Ambrose street, Broughty Ferry, 

Fisher street to King st. 11 (B) 
Eg American Muir road, Downfield, 

Strathmartine road to W. 7 (A) 
D c Anchor lane, 48 Henderson's "West 

wynd (1)|, 

C d Ancrum road, Lochee, Logie 

street to Glamis road 3, 8 (4) 



G e Anderson'sln.,L'hee,Southrd.3(4) 
C e Angus st., Lochee, 39Liff road 3 (4) 
F d Ann street, 113 Hilltown to Cot- 
ton road 4, 5, 6 (3) 
F c Annan ter. , 19 Wellington st. , 4 (3) 
D c Annfield road, 213 Hawkhill to 

164 Blackness road 9 (1) 

D d Annfield row, 82 Annfield rd. 9 (1) 
D c Annfield street, 92 Annfield rd. 9(1) 
Hd Anstruther road, Pitkerro road to 

Haddon road 4 (3) 

G c Arbroath road, top Princes street 

to Balgillo road at Burgh bound- 
ary 1, 4, 10, 11 (3, B) 
F b Arcade bldgs., 0b King st., King's 

rd. , and 93 Victoria rd. 4, 6 (3) 
M a Argyle buildings , B. F. , 329 King st. 
D b Argyle place, 15 Thomson st. 2 (1) 
G d Argyle street, 56 Forfar road to 

Mains loan and Clepingtonrd. 5(3) 
Mil Argyle terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

Brook st. , near Castle st. 11 (B) 
F d Arklay street, from Dens road to 

Clepington road 5 (3) 

B c Arnhall gardens, off Farington 

street 9 (1) 

E c Arthur street, top of Dallfield 

walk to Hedge road 6 (2) 

F c Arthurstone terrace, Dens road to 

Albert street 4 (3) 

E b Artillery lane, 38 S. Tay st. 2 (1) 
D c Ash lane, 104 Lochee road 8 (1) 
E c Ash st. ,Smellie's In. to Hop st. 8 (1) 
G c Ashbank rd. , Blackness rd. to N. 
M b Athole place, Broughty Ferry, N. 

side of Camperdown street 
G d Athole terrace, Forfar road 5 (3) 
G e Atholl street, St Ann street to 

Balgay street 3 (4) 

E e Back street, Byron street to 341 

Loons road 7 (2) 

G e Baffin street, from 85 Arbroath 

road to AVatson street 1 (3) 

G c Baffin street, South, 134 Ferry 

road to "Watson street L (3) 



20 STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 

F c Bain square, 14 Cowgate and 5 G d Baxter Park terrace, Pitkerro 

Wellgate 6 (3) 1 road to Arbroath road 4 (3) 

F c Balbirnie ter, 121 Victoria rd. 4 (3) ! D c Baxter street, 13 City road 8 (4) 
Eg Baldovan road, Downfield, Strath-! Z b Bayfield road, Bro. Ferry, West 

martine road to Baldovan 7 (A) Queen street to Albert rd. 10 (3) 

G c Baldovan terrace, Pitkerro road' M a Beach crescent, Bro. Ferry, Gray 

to Park avenue 4 (3)1 street to St Vincent st. 11 (B) 

D e Balfield road, Loons road 3 (2) L b Beach lane, Broughty Ferry, 
D Balfour street, 96 Hawkhill 9 (IV Dundee road to Boatsheds 10 (3) 

G c Balgay avenue, 273-295 Blackness F c Beaconsfield place, 104 to 124 

road 8 (1) Victoria road 4 (3) 

c Balgay road, 295 Blackness road toj B c Beechwoodter. , Westpark rd. 9 (1) 

Scott street 8 (1) L a Bell's lane, Broughty Ferry, 

C e Balgay street, Lochee, South Mid 



street to Marshall street 3 (4) 

G d Balgay terrace, Lochee, 70 Logie 
street 3 (4) 

M b Balgillo crescent, Bro. Ferry, 
Seafield road, from Fintry place 
to Balgillo road 10 (B) 

M c Balgillo rd., Bro. Ferry, Arbroath 
road by E. and W. Balgillo to 
Arbroath road 10, 11 (B) 

M b Balgillo terrace, Broughty Ferry, 
Trail street to Fintry place 10 (B) 

F d Balgray place, 229 Clepington 
road to Balgray street 5 (A) 

2£/ Balgray road, Downfield, Strath- 
martine road to W. 7 (A) 

F t Balgray street, Old Glamis road 
to Graham street 5, 7 (A) 

G a Balmore street, Albert street to 
Dura street 4 (3) 

O b Balmossie street, Broughty Ferry, 
from River up E. boundary to 
Barnhill farm 11(B) 

L b Balmyle roacl, Bro. Ferry, Dundee 
road to Albany road 10 (3) 

F c Baltic bldgs.,W. end Baltic st. 6(2) 

E c Baltic chambers, 9 Bell st. 6 (2) 

F c Baltic st. , 36 Wellgate to Meadow- 
side 6 (2) 

E f Bank avenue, Downfield, Balgray 
road to Scbool road 7 (A) 

E c Bank street, 36 Beform street to 
Barrack street 6 (2) 

C e Bank street, Lochee, High street 
to South road 3 (4) 

N b Barnhill, E. portionBro.Fy. 11(B) 

E c Barrack road, continuation of Dud- 
hope street to Dudhope ter. 6 (2) 

E c Barrack street, 59 Overgate to 
Ward road 6 (2) 



Fisher street to N. 11 (B) 

E c Bell street, 13 Constitution road to 

Baltic street 6 (2) 

E c Bell street, West, 13 Constitution 

road west to Lochee road 6 (2) 
E c Bell Street lane, 15 Constitution 

road 6 (2) 

D b Bellefieldave., 47 Magdalen green 

to Seafield road 2 (1) 

D b Bellefield pi., 41-45 Seafield rd. 2(1) 
L a Bellevue place, B.F., 25 King st. 
D e Bellfield street, 167 Hawkhill to 

128 Blackness road 9 (1) 

D c Belmont pi., 112-134 Hawkhill 9(1) 
J b Belsize road, Craigie avenue to 

Margaret crescent 1 (3) 

D c Benvie road, Fyffe street to Pitfour 

street 8 (4) 

D c Bernard street, 180 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
Hd Bingham terrace, Dalkeith road to 

Old Craigie road 4 (3) 

G c Birchwood place, Logie ave. to S. 
D d Black street, Lochee road to Benvie 

road 8 (4) 

D c Blackheath pi. , 203 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
G c Blackness avenue, west end of 

Hawkhill to314Blacknessrd. 9(1) 
G c Blackness cres. , 227 Perth rd. 9 (1) 
D c Blackness road, 68 Brook street 

to W. 8, 9 (1) 

D c Blackness st., 190 Blackness rd. 9(1) 
C c Blackness ter., 237-245 Perthrd.9(l) 
F c Blackscroft, contin. of Seagate 

from St Roque's lane to E. 1 (3) 
E c Blinsball street, 47 Brook street 

to Lochee road 8 (1) 

D c Blyth place, 5 City road 8 (4) 

D c Blyth street, 3 City road co 

Fleucliar street 8 (4) 

D b Bly thswood pi . , 121-9 Perth rd. 9 (1 ) 



E c Barron's court, 10 Johnston's lane F c Bonnybank road, 90 Victoria road 
M a Bath street, Broughty Ferry,] to Ann street 4 (3) 

Fisher street to King st. 11 (B) L a Bothwell ter., B.F., Westfield rd. 



STREETS, SQUARES, 

Ma Boyd place, Bro. Ferry, Monifieth 

road to Ramsay street 11 (B) 
E h Bradbury st. , Downfield, Strath- 

martine road to W. 7 (A) 

F e Braemar place, 114 to 118 Arklay 

st. and 70 to 78 Clepingtonrd. 5 (3) 
E c Breadalbane pi. , 63 Lochee rd. 8 (4) 
E c Breadalbane terrace, 57-59 Locliee 

road 8 (4) 

D c Brewery lane, 1 Polepark road 8 (1) 
B c Briarwood terrace, "Westpark road 
Ma Briarwood villas, Broughty Ferry, 

S. side of Queen street 
a Bridge lane, Bridge st., Barnhill 
a Bridge street, Bro. Ferry, Moni- 
fieth road to Esplanade 11 (B) 
C e Bright street, Lochee, High street 

to Tof thill 3(4) 

D c Bromptoii place, 121 Ha wkhill 9(1) 
E c Brook street, from Westport to 

Polepark road 2, 8, 9 (1) 

M a Brook street, B. Ferry, Claypots 

road to Esplanade iO, 11 (3, B) 
J/aBrotchie place, B.F., 330 King st. 
Broughty Ferry road — see Ferry rd. 
F c Brown Constable st., from Cres- 
cent street to Dura street 4 (3) 
E c Brown street, 37 "Westport to 

Lochee road 8 (1) 

L a Brown street, Broughty Ferry. 

Brook street to S. 10 (B) 

F c Bruce's entry, 4 "Wellgate 6 (2) 
E d Bruce street, 73 Hospital wynd to 

Byron street (2) 

G d Buchanan street, Ogilvie street to 

North Erskine street 5 (3) 

G d Buckingham ter., 68 For far rd. 5(3) 
iVaBughties road, Broughty Ferry, 

Camphill road to Reres rd. 11 (B) 
E g Burn street, Downfield, Baldovan 

road to E. 7 (A) 

B c Burnaby street, Esplanade road to 

Eildon street 2 (1) 

D e Burnett street, 112 Brook street to 

Blackness road 8 (1) 

C e Burnside st., Lochee, off High st. 
B f Butter's loan, Lochee, W. end of 

Liff road 3 (4) 

E d Butterburn, top of Hilltown 7 (2) 
E d Byron st. , Derby st. to Leng st. 7 (2) 
L b Caenlochan road, Broughty Ferry, 

Strathern road to N. 10 (3) 

L b Caenlochan terrace, B.F., N. side 

Strathern rd. at Ellieslea rd. 10(3) 
L b Caenlochan villas, B.F., N. side of 

Strathern rd. at Ellieslea rd. 10(3) 



LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



21 



F c Calcutta buildings, 16 to 30 Com- 
mercial street 1 (2) 

F d Caldrum street, 28 North George 
street to N. 5 (3) 

D b Camden place, 71 Perth road 9 (1) 

F c Cameron's close, 28 Murraygate (2) 

D d Campbell street, Lochee, off Cob- 
den st. 3 (4) 

D c Campbeltown place, 271 to 285 
Hawkhill 9 (1) 

Mb Camperdown place, Bro. Ferry, 
S. side of Camperdown street 

E g Camperdown road, Downfield, 
Strathmartine road to W. 7 (A) 

F c Camperdown street, N. side Vic- 
toria dock 1 (3) 

G c Camperdown street, East, Cam- 
perdown dock to E. 1 (3) 

M b Camperdown st., Broughty Ferry, 
Claypots rd. to Forthill rd. 10(B) 

G e Camperdown st., Lochee, Burnside 
street to Methven street 3 (4) 

N b Campfield road, Broughty Ferry, 
Camphill road to N. 11 (B) 

Ma Camphill road, Broughty Ferry, 
Queen st. to Abertay st. 11 (B) 

F c Candle lane, 81 Seagate to 63 Dock 
street 1 (2) 

Ed Canning st., from 93 Strathmartine 
rd. eastward to Moncur cres. 7 (2) 

G d Cardean street, 133 Albert street 
to Morgan street 4 (3) 

E d Carmichael street, 44 Hospital 
wynd to Stirling street 7 (2) 

F d Carnegie street, 80 Ann street to 
Church street 5 (3) 

H c Carolina port, E. Camperdown 
street (3) 

F b Castle court, 27 Castle street 2 (2) 

F b Castle lane, from Castle court to 
Greenmarket 2 (2) 

Ma Castle lane, Bro. Ferry, Castle 
street to Esplanade 11 (B) 

F b Castle street, 1 High street to Shore 
terrace 1, 2 (2) 

M a Castle st., Broughty Ferry, Mill 
street to Panmure street 11 (B) 

G d Castle terrace, 73 Clepington road 
to Lammerton terrace 5 (A) 

M a Castle terrace, B. Ferry, Mill st. 
to Brook st. , fronting River 11 (B) 

F c Castlehill, 46 Commercial st. 1 (2) 

MctCastleroy road, Broughty Ferry, 
Camphill road to N. 11 (B) 

G d Catherine street, Eliza street to 
Harriet street 5 (3) 



22 STREETS, SQUARES, LANES 

Cedar place, B.F., Stewart street 
M b Cedar road, Bro. Ferry, Fortliill 

road to Fintry place 10 (B) 

G d Chalmers street, Madeira street to 

Walrond street 5 (3) 

L a Chapel lane, Broughty Ferry, 

Fisher street to N. 10 (B) 

F c Chapel st., 9 Albert square 6 (2) 
E c Chapelshade, a district N. of Bell 

street to Dudhope street 6 (2) 
F c Charles lane, Charles street to 

Kirk entry 6 (3) 

F c Charles street, 51 Wellgate 6 (3) 
E c Charlotte place, 12 Rose st. (2) 
D c Cherryfield lane, 125 Blackness rd. 

to Walton street 8 (1) 

J b Christian road, Craigie avenue to 

Stirling road 1 (3) 

E b Church lane, 2 Tally street to High 

street 2 (2) 

E g Church road, Downfield, Haldane 

street to Duncan street 7 (A) 
F d Church street, continuation of 

Carnegie street to Main st. 5 (3) 
L a Church street, Bro. Ferry, Fisher 

st. to Camperdown st. 10 (3, B) 
M a Churchill place, Broughty Ferry, 

Castle street to N. 11 (B) 

F b City chambers, 14J High st. (2) 
D d City road, continuation of Miln- 

bank road to Lochee 3, 8 (4) 

G c Clarendon ter., 245 Perth rd. 9 (1) 
Gf Claverhouse road, Old Glamis 

road to Forfar road 
L b Claypots road, Bro. Ferry, Brook 

st. N. to Burgh boundary 10 (3, B) 
D d Cleghorn street, from 17 City 

road to Lochee road 8 (4) 

F e Clepington road, Pitkerro road to 

Coupar Angus rd. 3, 5, 7 (2, 3, 4, A) 
F d Clepington st., Dundonald street 

to N. 5 (3) 

G d Clive street, Argyle street to 

Clepington road 5 (3) 

E g Cloan road, Downfield, Strath- 

martine road to W. 7 (A) 

G d Clunie place, 45-9 Erskine st. 4 (3) 
D d Cobden street, Lochee, Lochee 

road to Loons road 3 (4) 

E c Cochrane st. , 37 Lochee road 6 (2) 
E e Coldside, district W. of Strath 

martine road at Paterson st. 7 (2) 
E e Coldside road, Hospital street to 

Strathmartine road (2) 

O a Collingwood street, Bro. Ferry 

Bridge st. to Balmossie at. 11 (B) 



ENTRIES, &c. 

a Collingwood terrace, Bro. Ferry, 
1ST. side of Collingwood st. 11 (B) 

F c Commercial court, 5 and 23 Com- 
mercial street 1 (2) 

F c Commercial st., 40 Dock street 
to 15 Albert square 1, 6 (2) 

L b Constable pi. , Bro. Ferry, S. side 
Dundee road, opposite Grove rd. 

F c Constable street, from St Roque's 
lane to Wallace street 1 (3) 

E c Constitution road, Barrack street 
to N. 6, 7 (2) 

E d Constitution st. , from top of Con- 
stitution road to Hilltown 6, 7 (2) 

i£ d Constitution st., Upper, contin. 
Constitution road to N. 7 (2) 

E c Constitution terrace, top Constitu- 
tion road 7 (2) 

D c Corso street, 54 Peddie street 9(1) 

M a Cottage place, Broughty Ferry, 
King street to Long lane 11 (B) 

F c Cotton road, from junction of Vic- 
toria rd. and Dens rd. to 1ST. 4 (3) 

F c Coupar's alley, 12 Wellgate 6 (2) 

C f Coupar Angus road, Lochee, High 
street to N. 3 (4) 

D d Coupar street, Lochee, Logie street 
to Loons road 3 (4) 

E c Courier place, Albert square 6 (2) 

F d Court st., Dundonald st. toN. 5(3) 

E c Courthouse square, square front- 
ing Courthouse, W. Bell st. 6 (2) 

E b Couttie's wd. , 38 Neth'gate 2 (2) 

F d CoAvan street, Dens road to Brown 
Constable street 4 (3) 

F c Cowgate, 79 Murraygate to 
E. 1, 6 (2, 3) 

E h Cox street, Downfield, St Mary's 
road to Symers street 7 (A) 

E b Craig court, 7 Craig street (2) 

E b Craig pier, landing place of Tay 
ferries, S. end of S. Union st. 2(2) 

E b Craig street, 29 West Dock street 
to Craig pier 2 (2) 

G c Craighall cres., 32-48 Albert st. 4(3) 

J b Craigie avenue, Stannergate to 
Strathern rd., Bro'ty Ferry 1 (3) 

G c Craigie st. , 73 Albert st. to E. 4 (3) 

H c Craigie ter., 208-228 Ferry rd. 1(3) 

G d Craigiebank place, 2 to 12 Pitkerro 
road 5 (3) 

G d Craigiebank terrace, 16 to 28 Pit- 
kerro road 5 (3) 

J c Craigiebarn rd., off Craigie avenue 
to N. 1 (3) 

G c Crescent lane, 18 Princes st. 4 (3) 



STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



23 



F c Crescent street, 8 Princes street to 

Victoria street 4 (3) 

E b Crichton street, 24 High street to 

Greenmarket 2 (2) 

G d Crimond pi., 13, ISPitkerrord. (3) 
E b Cross row, Small's wynd to Park 

wynd (1) 

M a Cross street, Broughty Ferry, 

Brook street to N. 11 (B) 



F b Dock street, West, 6 Dock street 

to Protection wall 2 (2) 

D dDoig'ster., 190, 192 Locliee rd. 8(4) 

E d Don's road, 15 Kosebank road to 

Constitution street 6 (2) 

B f Donald's lane, Lochee, Pitalpin 

street 3 (4) 

B e Donald st., Lochee, South rd. 3(4) 

Ma Douglas place, B.F., Bamsaypark 



M a Cumberland place, B.F., corner ofj E c Douglas street, from Dudhope 



Brook st. and Castle st. 11 (B) 
F c Cunningham street, Lyon street to 

Arthurstone terrace 4 (3) 

F b Customhouse buildings, E. side of 

King William dock 1 (2) 

G d Daisybank, 40 Forfar road 5 (3) 
H c Dalgleish road, Broughty Ferry 

road to Arbroath road 1 (3) 

D c Dalhousie place, 61 Lochee rd. 8(4) 
a Dalhousie road, Broughty Ferry, 

Abertay st. to Balmossie st.ll(B)i 
C c Dalhousie ter. , 348 Perth rd. 2 (1) 
L b Dalhousie terrace, Bro. Ferry, 

East side of Balmyle road 
a Dalhousie terrace, Bro. Ferry, 

S. side of Dalhousie road 
H c Dalkeith road, Arbroath road to 

Pitkerro road 4 (3) 

E c Dallfield terrace, 22 Dudhope st. 

6(2) 

E c Dallfield walk, 44 Dudhope st. 6 (2) 

D c Daniel street, 138 Brook street to 

Blackness road 8 (1) 

L a David lane, Bro. Ferry, David 

street to Bell's lane 11 (B) 

L a David street, Bro. Ferry, Fisher 

street to N. 11 (B) 

M b Davidson street, Broughty Ferry, 

Claypots rd. to Cedar rd. 10 (B) 
D c Dempster street, from Daniel st 

to Burnett street 8 (1) 

F c Dens brae, 100 King street to 197 

Victoria road 4 (3) 

F d Dens road, E. end Victoria road to 

Moncur crescent 4, 5 (3) 

F c Dens street, 9 Princes street to 

Blackscroft 1 (3) 

31 a Derby place, B.F., corner of 



crescent to Lower pleasance 8 (1) 
E d Douglas terrace, continuation of 

Panmure terrace to W. 7 (2) 

L a Douglas ter., B.F., Westfield rd. 

to Dundee rd. , Elver front 10 (3) 
Ma Drummond place, Broughty Ferry, 

N. side of Castle street 
E d Drummond street, Somerville pi. 

to Adelaide place 7 (2) 

E c Dudhope Crescent road, Consti- 
tution rd. to Lochee rd. 6 (2) 
E c Dudhope place, W. end of Dud- 
hope street, N. side 6 (2) 
E c Dudhope street, 6 Hilltown to 

Constitution road 6 (2) 

E d Dudhope terrace, top of Dudhope 

pk., Somerville pi. to W. 6, 7 (2) 
G d Duff street, Argyle street to 

Clepington road 5 (3) 

F d Duff terrace, 44 Main street (3) 
AfaDumbie's close, Broughty Ferry, 

Brook street to Long lane 11 (B) 
E g Duncan street, Downfield, Strath- 

martine rd. to Haldane st. 7 (A) 
D d Duncan's terrace, 172 and 174 

Lochee road 8 (4) 

L a Dundas street, Broughty Ferry, 

Fisher street to King st. 10 (B) 
K b Dundee road, B. Ferry, Margaret 

crescent to Claypots road 10 (3) 
F d Dundonald street, Arklay street 

to Stobswell road 5 (3) 

iT&Dunella road, B. Ferry, Albany 

road to Strathern road 10 (3) 
AfftDunira street, Broughty Ferry, 

Whinnybrae to W. 11 (B) 

L b Duntruneter.,Bro. Ferry, Strath- 
ern rd. to Claypots rd. 10 (3) 



Castle st. and Panmure st. 11 (B)\G dDura street, Dens road to Forfar- 



E d Derby st., 9 Hill st. to N. 
M a Dick street, Broughty 
Camphill road to N.E 



7(2) 



road 



5(3)i 

Ferry, i F c Eadie's road, 70 Victoria rd. 6 (3> 
11 (B)| F c Eagle buildings, 65 Trades lane (2) 



F b Dock street, from South Union st. C eEarl st., Lochee 



to foot of Trades lane 1, 2 (2)j 



road to W. 



Coupar Angus 
3(4) 



■Fc Dock street, East, from foot of \E c Earnbankpl.,351 Clep'tonrd. 7(A) 
Trades lane to E. 1 (3)1 D c Easson's angle, 31 Milnbk. rd. 8 (4) 



24 STREETS, SQUARES, 

il/aEaston lane, Broughty Ferry, 

Brook street to S. 11 (B) 

G e Eastwood place, 107 to 109 Clep- 

ington road 5 (A) 

G e Eastwood ter. , 105 Clep'gton r d. ( A) 
G c Eden street, 97 Arbroath road to 

Watson street 1 (3) 

Ma Edenbain place, Broughty Ferry, 

S. side of King street 
F c Edengrove, 99 to 103 Arbroath rd. 

and 1 Eden street 1 (3) 

L b Edward place, Bro. Ferry, S. side 

of Camperdown street 
D c Edward street, West end Brook 

street to 121 Blackness rd. 8 (1) 
L b Edward street, Broughty Ferrv, 

Strathern road to N. 10 (3) 

iV b Edzell street, B. F. , continuation 

of Abertay street to N. 11 (B) 
L a Eglintine place, B. Ferry, corner 

of Church street and Long lane 
C e Elder's lane, Lochee, South rd. 3(4) 
E f Elgin street, off Park road 7 (A) 
G d Eliza street, Albert street to 

Molison street 4, 5 (3) 

F d Elizabeth street, 52 Ann street to 

North George street 5 (3) 

E e Ellagrove pi., 345-349 Clepington 

road 7 (A) 

G c Ellen place, 1 to 31 Lyon st. 4 (3) 
F c Ellen street, 8 S. George street to 

Ann street 4 (3) 

F c Ellen street, North, continuation 

Ellen st. to St Salvador st. 5 (3) 
K b Ellieslea road, Bro. Ferry, Dundee 

road to Strathern road 10(3) 
B d Elliot road, Glamis road to Black- 
ness road 8 (1, 4) 
D c Elm place, 121 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
C c Elm street, Blackness road to N. 
E e Elmbank buildings, 323-327 Clep- 
ington road (A) 
F c Elsinore place, 3 Hilltown 6 (3) 
F c Errol ter., 90-94 Victoria rd. 4 (3) 
L a Erskine lane, Bro. Ferry, Brook 

street to Church street 10 (B) 
G c Erskine street, 37 Victoria street 

to Dura street 4 (3) 

Gd Erskine street, North, 28 Dura 

street to Dundonald street 5 (3) 
G d Erskine terrace, Gl to 93 Cleping- 
ton road 5 (A) 
E b Esplanade, from Craig pier W. to 

Ninewells, fronting River 2 (1) 
iV a Esplanade, Bro. Ferry, Mill st. to 

Bridge st., fronting River 11 (B) 



LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 

E b Esplanadebldgs.,cornerCraigst.(2) 
A c Esplanade road, Perth road to 

Ninewells junction (1) 

E c Euclid cres., ton Beform st. to Bell 

st. by both sidles High Sch'l 6 (2) 
E c Euclid street, E. side of Constitu- 
tion road, opposite Ward Chapel 
6 (2) 
F b Exchange street, 50 Castle street 

to Commercial street 1 (2) 

F d Fairbairn street, Arklay street to 

Provost road 5 (3) 

E e Fairfield cottages, 339 Clepington 

road (A) 

E e Fairfield road, Strathmartine road 

to Old Glamis road (A) 

K b Fairfield road, Broughty Ferry, 

Dundee rd. to Arbroath rd. 10 (3) 
F e Fairfield street, Fairmuir street to 

Old Glamis road 7 (A) 

F e Fairley place, 243-257 Clepington 

road ' 7(A) 

F e Fairmuir road, Old Glamis road to 

Fairmuir street 7 (A) 

F e Fairmuir street, 321 Clepington rd. 

toN. 7(A) 

G c'Falconhurst terrace, 5 to 9 Hynd- 

ford street 9 (1) 

B c Farington crescent, Farington st. 

to Westgrove avenue 9 (1) 

B c Farington street, Perth road to 

Westgrove avenue 9 (1) 

B c Farington terrace, Perth road to 

Farington crescent 9 (1) 

E c Fearnbank, 331-3 Clep'gton rd. (A) 
G g Ferguson st, 112 Princes st. 4 (3) 
G c Ferry road, continuation Blacks- 
croft to Broughty Ferry 1 (3) 
E d Fingask street, Adelaide place to 

Kinghorne road 7 (2) 

Mb Fintry place, Bro. Ferry, Seafield 

road to Forthill road ' 10 (B) 
Mb Fintry pi., West, Bro. Ferry, Sea- 
field road to Claypots road 10(B) 
D c Firbank, 138, 140 Lochee rd. 8 (4) 
L a Fisher street, B.F., Church st. to 

Gray st., fronting River 10, 11 (B) 
D c Fleuchar street, Fyffe street to 

Blyth street ' 8 (4) 

C e Flight's lane, Lochee, 100 High st. 
D c Ford's lane, 306 Hawkhill to 163 

Perth road 9 (1) 

F d Ford's terrace, 54 to 60 Main st. (3) 
F c Forebank road, 86 Victoria rd. to 

Ann street 4, 6 (3) 

F c Forebank ter. ,22 Forebank rd. 6 (3) 



STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 25 

D c Forest Park road, 147 Blackness, O b Gordon street, Bro. Feiry, Aber- 



road to 24 Milnbank road 8 (1) 
E c Forester street, Rattray street toi 
Nicoll street 6 (2)| 



cromby st. to Godfrey st. 11 (B) 
D d Gordon street, Lochee, Logie 
street to Cobden street 3 (4) 



Gd Forfar road, continuation Albert \E c Gowan's court, 21 North Tay 



street to N. 5 (3, A) 

G c Fort street, Perth road to Rich 

mond terrace 2 (1) 

Ma Fort street, Broughty Ferry, River 

to Camperdown street 10, 11 (B) 
Mb Forthill avenue, B.F., Forthill rd. 

to E. , to Recreation ground 11(B) 
Mb Forthill road, B.F., Camperdown 

street to Balgillo road 10, 11 (B) 
F c Foundry lane, E. end of Sea 

gate to E. 1 (3) 

E e Francis street, Strathmartine road 

to Quarry road 7 (2) 

E g Frederick street, Downfield, Cam 

perdown road to Cloan rd. 7 (A) 
D d Fullarton street, Lochee, Camp 

bell street to Loons road 3 (4) 
B eFyffe'slane, Lochee, South rd. 3(4) 
D c Fyffe st., 66 Polepark rd. 8 (4) 
D c Gardner's lane, 57 Lochee road 
8(4) 
D d Gardner street, from top of 

Rankine street to Loons rd. 3 (4) 
E c Garland pi. , 22 and 24 Constitution 

road, and 2 to 14 Barrack rd. 6 (2) 
Ma Garland place, B.F., 360 Brook st. 
F c Gellatly street, 51 Dock street to 

Seagate 1 (2) 

F d George street, North, 231 Hilltown 

to Church street 5 (3) 

F c George street, South, 15 Nelson 

street to 22 William street 4 (3) 
G /George st., Lochee, 93 Liff road 3(4) 
G e Gibb's lane, Lochee, 40 High st. 3(4) 
G a Gibson terrace, 41 Mains loan 5 (3) 
E f Gillburn road, Downfield, Strath- 
martine road to E. 7 (A) 
E c Gladstone pi., 32 DudhopeCres.rd. 
Ma Gladstone place, Broughty Ferry, 

E. end of Brook street, N. side 
Ma Gladstone terrace, Bro'ty Ferry, 

439 to 467 Brook street 
Bd Glamisroad, Perth rd. to Northern 

Balgay approach 8, 9 (1, 4) 

F d Glamis street, 16 St Salvador 

street to Main street 5 (3) 

G c Glebe st. , 32 Lilybank rd. to S. 1 (3) 
D c Glenagnes road, from 211 Black- 
ness road to Scott street 8 (1) 
O b Godfrey street, Bro. Ferry, Pan- 
mure terrace to Gordon st. 11 (B) 



street and 225 Overgate 6 (1) 
M b Gowan's lane, Broughty Ferry, 

Seafield road to E. 10 (B) 

D d Gowanbank, 167 Lochee road 8 (4) 
G c Go wrie pi., 289-299 HawkhiU 9 (1) 
D c Gowrie street, 5 Blackness avenue 
9(1) 
G c Graham place, 171 Princes st. 1 (3) 
F e Graham street, 183 Clepington 

road to N. 5 (A) 

Ma Grange terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

N. side of Monifieth road 
D b Grantwell pi., 276-292 Perth rd. (1) 
C e Gray's lane, Lochee, 31 High 

street to Burnside street 3 (4) 
Ma Gray street, Broughty Ferry, 

River to Camphill road 11 (B) 
B e Gray street, Lochee, Liff road to 

South road 3 (4) 

i" c Greendykes road, Ferry road to 

Arbroath road 1 (3) 

D b Greenfield place, 156 Perth road 

to 17 Magdalen Yard road 2 (1) 
F e Greenlaw place, 195-201 Clepington 

road (A) 

F b GreenmarketjfootCrichtonst. 2(2) 
D d Grieve's ter.. 164 Lochee rd. 8 (4) 
G g Grosvenor rd., 295 Perth rd. 9 (1) 
D b Grosvenor ter. , 289 Perth rd. 9 (1) 
L b Grove road, Bro. Ferry, Dundee 

road to Strathern road 10 (3) 
G c Grove street, foot of Springhill 1 (3) 
E c Guthrie pi., top of Guthrie st. (1) 
E c Guthrie street, from top of N. Tay 

street W. to Brook street 8 (1) 
O a Guthrie ter., Bro. Ferry, Dalhousie 

road to Montague street 11 (B) 
H c Haddon road, East, Arbroath 

road to Greendykes road 1 (3) 
Jl/aHaldane lane, Broughty Ferry, 

Brook street to N. 10 (B) 

E g Haldane street, Downfield, Strath- 
martine road to Church road 7(A) 
O b Hamilton street, B.F., Abertay 

street to Montague street 11 (B) 
E d Harcourt street, 108 Strathmar- 
tine road 7 (2) 
D e Harefield road, Lochee, from 

Loons road to Tofthill 3 (4) 

E k Harestane rd., Downfield, Strath- 
martine road to E. 7 (A) 



26 STREETS, SQUARES, 

AT&Harley street, Broughty Ferry, 

Camperdown street to N. 10 (B) 
G d Harriet street, 42 Dura street 5 (3) 
Ma Harris place, B.F., 315 King st. 
Ma Hartington place, Bro. Ferry, E. 

end of Brook street, N. side 
D c Havelock place, 247 Hawkhill, and 

2 to 6 Peddie street 9 (1) 

Dc Hawkhill, from Westport W. to 

Berth road 9 (1) 

D b Hawkhill place, 17 Berth road 9(1) 
A d Hazel drive, Perth road to Black- 
ness road 9 (1) 
E c Hean's lane, 24 Small's wynd 2 (1) 
E c Hedge road, 14 Dudhope st. 6 (2) 
E c Henderson's wynd, East, 15 West- 
port 8 (1) 
E c Henderson's wynd, West,W. end of 

Guthrie street to Douglas st. 8 (1) 
E e Hepburn street, 175 Strathmar- 

tine road to E. 7 (2) 

M a Hermitage road, Broughty Ferry, 

Queen st. to Camphill rd. 11 (B) 
Ma Hermitage terrace, B.F., N. side 

Camphill rd. at Whinny braell(B) 
D b Hermonhill, 21 to 27 Berth rd. 9 (1) 
D b Hermonhill ter., 27 Perth rd. 9 (1) 
C e Heron's.lane, Lochee, South road 
E c High st. , the principal street or 

square in centre of city 1, 2, 6 (2) 
C e High street, Lochee, continuation 

Logiest. to Coupar Angus rd. 3(4) 
If 6 Hill rd., B.F.,Hill st. to N. 11 (B) 
E d Hill st., 36 Strathmartine rd. 7 (2) 
Ma Hill street, Broughty Ferry, 

Forthill road to E. 11 (B) 

AT 6 Hill terrace, Broughty Ferry, N. 

side of Hill street 11 (B) 

F d Hillbank, a district E. of Jamaica 

street to Dens road 5 (3) 

F d Hillbank road, from top of Cotton 

road to Dens road 4, 5 (3) 

F c Hillbrae, 138 Hilltown 6 (2) 

C c Hillcrest road, Blackness avenue 

to Marchfield road 9 (1) 

F d Hilltown (or Bonnethill), top of 

Wellgate to N. 5, 6, 7 (2, 3) 

A b Holly road, Bro. Ferry, Camphill 

road to Castleroy road 11 (B) 
L b Home street, Bro. Ferry, Douglas 

terrace to Dundee road 10 (3) 
L a Home street, East, Bro. Ferry, 

Dundee rd. to AVestfieldrd. 10 (3) 
L b Home ter., B.F., S. side Dundee 

road, near Westfield road 10 (3) 
D c Hop street, 116 Lochee road 8 (1) 



LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 

F c Horse wynd, 41 Murraygate to 52 

Seagate 1 (2) 

E c Horsewater wynd, 81 Brook st. 8 
E d Hospital park, N. of Hospital wd. 
E e Hospital street, Clepington road 

to 302 Loons road 3, 7 (2) 

E d Hospital wynd, 290 Hilltown to 

Kinghorne road 7 (2) 

Ma Howie place, Broughty Ferry, 

Long lane at Gray street 
Ma Hunter place, Broughty Ferry, 

S. side of Monifieth road 
E c Hunter street, 50 Brook street 

to 43 Hawkhill 2, 9 (1) 

M aHutton pi., Bro. Ferry, Monifieth 

road to Ramsay street 11 (B) 
C c Hyndford street, 245 Perth road 

to Blackness road 9 (1) 

C c Hyndford ter., Hyndford st. 9 (1) 
F c Idvies street, 91 Victoria road 6 (3) 
E c India buildings, 86 Bell street and 

2 and 4 Victoria road 6 (2) 

D d Inverary terrace, continuation of 

Albany ter. to W. 3, 7, 8 (2, 4) 
.Do'Inverlaw place, Dudhope terrace 

to Albany terrace 7, 8 (4) 

O a Invermark ter., Bro. Ferry, Aber- 

cromby st. to Guthrie ter. 11 (B) 
E c Ireland's lane, 24 Bell street 6 (2) 
E c Irvine's square, 38 Bell street (2) 
F d Isla st., Main st. to Dens road 5 (3) 
F d Isla st. , N. , contin. Isla st. toN. 5 (3) 
D c Isles' lane, 115 Hawkhill (1) 

F d Jamaica street, 90 Ann street 5 (3) 
L a James pi., Bro. Ferry, Westfield 

road to Church street 10 (3) 

Fd James street, 26 Ann street to 

North George street 5 (3) 

G d Janefield place, 26 Forfar road to 

Mains loan 5 (3) 

G d Jedburgh road, Blackness road to 

Glamis road 8 (1, 4) 

M b Jessiman ter . , B. F. , E. side Forthill 

rd. , near Recreation ground 11 (B) 
L a Jetty lane, Broughty Ferry, Fisher 

street to N. 11 (B) 

E c John st. , 12 Dudhope Cres. rd. 6 (2) 
E c Johnston's lane, 2 Brook st. 2 (1) 
E c Johnston street, top of N. Lindsay 

street 6 (1) 

M a Jubilee place, Broughty Ferry, 

S. side of Castle street 11 (B) 
F e Kelvin street, Old Glamis road to 

Balgray street 7 (A) 

G c Kemback street, 54 Arbroath road 

to M'Gill street 4 (3) 



STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 27 

Ma Kenraore place, Broughty Ferry, I Ma Lebanon place, Bro. Ferry, corner 



Monifieth road at Taymouth pi. 



of King st. and St Vincent st. 



C e Kerr's lane, Lochee, Lome st. 3 (4) \E d Leng street, 67 Hill st. to N. 7 (2) 
O b Kerrington crescent, Bro. Ferry, j Na Lethnot street, Broughty Ferry, 



off Dalhousie road 



11 (B) 



Abercromby street to W. 11 (B) 



F dKidd st., 3 North William st. 5(3)!(7/Liff road, Lochee, 



D d Kilberry street, Lochee, Lawside 
road to Cobden street 



road to W. 



Coupar Angus 
3(4) 



D c Kincardine street, 46 Blackness! 

road to 97 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

F c King's road, 18 King street to 

Victoria road 4, 6 (3) 

G e Kingsway, Pitkerro road at top of 

Old Craigie road to W. 
F c King street, from Cowgate to 

Princes street 1, 4, 6 (3) 

M a King street, Bro. Ferry, Westfield 

road to Mill street 10, 11 (3, B) 
D e King's Cross road, 8 Loons road, 

Lochee, to north 3 (4) 

E d Kinghorne road, Hospital wynd 

to Lawside road 7 (4) 

D c Kinloch place, 105 HaAvkhill 9 (1) 
E d Kinloch street, 108 Bosebank 

street to Carmichael street 7 (2) 
E d Kinnaird st., 20 Hospital wynd to 

Stirling street 7 (2) 

F c Kirk entry, 21 Wellgate 6 (3) 



3 (4)1 G c Lilybank road, 47 Arbroath road 



to Ferry road 1 (3) 

C c Lime street, Scott street to S. 

Z?c£ Lincoln st., Leng st. toDerbyst. 7(2) 

E c Lindsay street, North, 115 Over- 
gate to Ward road 6 (1, 2) 

E b Lindsay street, South, 23 Nether- 
gate to 106 Overgate 2 (1 ,2) 

Mb Lindsay street, Broughty Ferry, 
Lindsay's lane to Hill road 11 (B) 

Mb Lindsay's lane, Broughty Ferry, 
Hill street to Lindsay st. 11 (B) 

Ma Links cottages, Broughty Ferry, 
N. side of Castle street along 
side of railway 

Jl~« Links place, Bro. Ferry, N. side of 
Castle street, between Churchill 
place and East Links st. 11 (B) 

Ma Links pi. , East — see Links st. , East 

M a Links street, East, Bro'ty Ferry, 
Castle street to N. 11 (B) 



C e Kirk st., Lochee, Lome st., to S. 3(4) Ee Lintrathen gardens, W. Cleping- 



F b Kirkcaldy's court, 49 Dock st. (2) 
E g Kirkton road, Downfield, Strath- . 
martine road to E. 7 (A)| 



ton road 7 (A) 

Lintrathen st., Lintrathen gdns. 

to Soutar street 7 (A) 



E cLaburnst.,50DudhopeCres.rd. (2) Ee Littlejohn st., John st. to W. 6(2) 



F c Ladywell pi., 5-21 Victoria rd. 6 (2) 
F d Laing street, 57 Cotton road 4 (3) 
E h Laird street, Downfield, Strath- 
martine road to W. 7 (A) 



D c Livingstone pi., 85 Lochee rd. 8 (4) 
G d Loch Moy pi., 15, 16 Baxter Park 
terrace and 38 Park avenue 4 (3) 
G d Loch Tay pi., 11-14 Baxter Pk. ter. 



G e Lammerton terrace, Forfar 

to Mains loan 5 (A) 



F c Lamb's lane, 124 Victoria rd. 4 (3)! D c Lochee road, from top of N. Tay 

street to Logie st. 3, 6, 7, 8 (1, 2, 4) 
O c Logie ave., Glenagnes road to W. 
G d Langlands st. , 128 Albert st. 4 (3)1 C t? Logie street, Lochee, Cobden street 
E c Lansdownepl.,3Constit'onrd. 6(2) to Bridge, Lochee station 3 (4) 

D c Larch street, 140 Brook st. 8 (1) D d Logiebank, 30-40 Rankine st. 3 (4) 
E c Laurelbank,E. side Const'onrd. 6(2) jZ) d Logiebank, 142-144BLocheerd.8(4) 
£'dLauristonpl.,47,47AHospitalw'nd!ilf «Long lane, Bro'ty Ferry, West- 
field rd. to New rd. 10, 11 (3, B) 
(4); 2? b Long wynd, 75 Nethergate to 194 



169 Lochee road to 



D d Law steps, 

Lawhill 
E d Law street, Dudhopeter. toN. 7 (2)1 
D c Lawrence street, 13 Milnbank road E 

to Fyffe street 8 (4) 

L a Lawrence street, Broughty Ferry, j D 

Brook street to King st. 10 (B)i 



Overgate 2 (1) 

Longair street, M'Kinnon street 
to Hospital wynd 7 (2) 

Loons road, 150 Strathmartine rd. 
to Logie street, Lochee 3, 7 (2, 4) 
D d Lawside road, Albany terrace to! E e Lorimer street, 309 Loons rd. 7 (2) 



JLoons road 3, 7, 8 (4) 

E cZLawson place, 23 Constitution 
street to Stirling street 7 (2) 



e Lome street, Lochee, South road 
to Gray street 3 (4) 

G d Lome terrace, Forfar road 5 (3) 



28 



STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



L b Louise terrace, Broughty Ferry, L a Mars lane, Broughty Ferry, David 



E. side of Grove road 10 (3) 

D c Lowden's alley, 157 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
M a Lyell place, Bro. Ferry, N. side of 
Long lane, near Gray st. 11 (B) 
G d Lynnewood pi., 5 Madeira st. 5 (3) 
Lyon's close, 61 Hawkhill (1) 

<2cLyonst,28Albertst.toDensrd.4(3) 
Be Lytton st., 21 Blackness av.toE. 9 (1) 
D f Macalpine road, Kingscross to 
American Muir 7 (A) 

E d Macaulay street, Upper Constitu- 
tion street to Longair street 7 (2) 
E c M'Donald street, 102 Hilltown 
to Arthur street 6 (2) 

G c M'Gill street, 101 Albert st. 4 (3) 
^dM'Kinnon street, Upper Consti- 
tution street to Longair st. 7 (2) 
E h M'Lean street, Downfield, Strath- 
martine road to W. 7 (A) 

H d Macnabb street, Clepington road 
to N., between Pitkerro road and 
Martin street 5 (A) 

D b M' Vicar's lane, 150 Perth rd. 2 (1) 
G d Madeira street, Forfar road to 
Pitkerro road 5 (3) 

D b Magdalen green, S. of Magdalen 
Yard rd. , fronting the river 2 (1) 
D b Magdalen pi., 43 Magdalen Yard rd. 
C b Magdalen terrace, 24 to 32 Shep- 
herd's loan 2 (1) 
D b Magdalen Yard road, 130 Perth 
road to Fort street ' 2 (1) 
F d Main street, from top of Hilltown 
E. to Dens road 5 (3) 
G d Mainsloan,top Albert st.toN.5(3) 
F d Mains rd., top of Hilltown to Dens 
road 5,7(2,3) 
G c Maitland street, Dura street to 
Arthurstone terrace 4 (3) 
E c Malcolm's pend, Henderson's W. 
wvnd to Guthrie street (1) 
G d Malcolm st. , 13 Ogilvie st. 5 (3) 
E &Malthouseclose,58Nethergate (1 
D c Manor pi., 189 to 223 Perth rd. 9 (1) 
M a Manor pl.,B.F., King st. to N. 11(B) 



lane to N. 11 (B) 

P a Marshall place, Broughty Ferry, 

S. end of Balmossie street 11 (B) 
C e Marshall street, Lochee, 56 High 

street to Balgay street 3 (4) 

Hd Martin street, 53 Clepington road 

to Nairn street and N. 5 (A) 

F c Mary Ann lane, East Dock street 

to Seagate 1 (3) 

C e Mary bank lane, Lochee, Lome 

street to Liff road 3 (4) 

G d Mary field, a district N. of Albert 

street ' 5 (3) 

M a Mary field road, Broughty Ferry, 

Camphill rd. to Hill st. 11 (B) 
G d Maryfield terrace, Forfar road to 

Mains loan 5 (3) 

E c Masonic place, 46 Dudhope Cres- 
cent road 6 (2) 
O a Maule street, Bro. Ferry, Dal- 

housie rd. to Navarre st. 11 (B) 
F d Maxwelltown, district N. of Ann 

street 
H c Mayfield place, Ferry road to 

Arbroath road 1 (3) 

F c Meadow entry, 18 Murraygate 6 (2) 
F c Meadow Place buildings, E. end 

Bell street 6 (2) 

F c Meadow street, 24 Wellgate to 

Meadowside 6 (2) 

E c Meadowside, from top of Barrack 

street to Victoria road 6 (2) 

E c Meal's close, 167 Overgate (1) 

F d Melbourne place, 49 - 55 Dens 

rd. 5(3) 

G d Melrose terrace, Court street 5 (3) 
G c Melville lane, Ferry road to East 

Dock street 1 (3) 

B c Melville ter., Westpark road 9 (1) 
E c Mercantile build'gs, 46-56 Bell st. 
G e Methvenst., Lochee, off High st. 3 
E b Mid Kirk style, from Tally street 

to South Lindsay street (2) 

F d Mid road, 29b Strathmartine road 

to Mains road 7 (2) 



J b Margaret crescent, Christian roadi E c Mid street,49 Constitution rd. 6 (2) 

to Stirling road 1 (3)' C e Mid street. South, Lochee, 28 Bank 

L a Margaret place, Broughty Ferry,) street 3(4) 

W. end of King street 10 (3): D b Mid wynd, 77 Perth road to 

F b Marine parade, S. of Victoria Hawkhill 9 (1) 

dock 1 (2, 3) F b Middle street, 69 Princes street 

E c Marine place, 80 Hawkhill 9 (1) to 66 Blackscroft 1 (3) 

F c Maritime bldgs., 26 E. Dock st. (3) M a Mill street, Broughty Ferry, River 
G c Market street, E. Dock street to to King street 11 (B) 

Ferry road 1 (3) C e Millar'slane, Lochee, South rd. 3(4) 



STREETS, SQUARES, 

E c Miller's pend, 17 Brook street (1) 
D b Miller's wynd, 51 Perth road to 

208 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

E b Miln's bldgs., 136 Nethergate 2 (1) 
E c Miln street, from Brown street to 

"West Henderson's wynd 8 (1) 
D c Milnbank road, W. end Brook 

street to City road 8 (1, 4) 

D c Milne's East wynd, 171 Brook 

street to Douglas street 8 (1) 
I) c Milne's West wynd, 183 Brook 

street to Douglas street 8 (1) 
E d Milton street, Byron street to 

Back street 7 (2) 

C b Minto place, Bicbmond terrace to 

Thorns crescent 2 (1) 

D c Mitchell street, 130 Lochee road 

to Benvie road 8 (4) 

G d Molison street, Mains loan to Eliza 

street 5 (3) 

E e Moncur crescent, from Dens road 

to 117 Strathmartine road 7 (2) 
Na Monifieth road, Bro. Ferry, St 

Vincent st. to Abertay st. 11 (B) 
b Montague street, B.F., Panmure 

terrace to Strathmore st. 11 (B) 
C b Moraypl.,101,103Magdalengn2(l) 
E b Morgan's bldgs,143Nethergate9(l) 
G c Morgan street, Arbroath road to 

Pitkerro road 4 (3) 

G d Morgan ter. , 42-54 Forfar rd. 5 (3) 
F c Morrison's court, 58 Wellgate 6 (2 
E d Mortimer pi. , 12J Mortimer st. (2) 
E d Mortimer street, from 91 Hospital 



LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



29 



b Navarre st., Bro. Ferry, Guthrie 

terrace to Balmossie street 11 (B) 
F d Neish street, Fairbairn street to 

Tannadice street (3) 

F c Nelson street, 94 Victoria road to 

Ann street 4 (3) 

F c Nelson ter., west side Nelson st. (3) 
F cNess street, 9 Ellen street to 42 

William street, Forebank 4 (3) 
E b Nethergate, from W. end of High 

street to Perth road 2 (1, 2) 

E f Nevill street, Strathmartine road 

to Muirfield crescent 7 (A) 

E c New Inn entry, 67 High st. 6 (2) 
Ma New road, Broughty Ferry, Brook 

street to King street 11 (B) 

M a Newington ter.,B.F., Brook st. to 

Panmure st.. River front 11 (B) 
C e Nicoll's lane, Lochee, from High 

street to Tofthill 3 (4) 

E c Nicoll street, 7 Ward road 6 (2) 
L b Nicoll street, Broughty Ferry, 

Douglas terrace to W. 10 (3) 

A c Ninewells, 388 Perth road 2 (1) 
Ma Norma ter., B.F., S. side Camp- 
hill rd., at Hermitage rd. 11 (B) 
C b Normanview, 83-89 Magdalen grn. 
F c Norrie's pend, 64 Hilltown 6 (2) 
iUftNorrie street, Broughty Ferry, 

Monifieth road to N. 11 (B) 

E d North st., 73 Strathmart. rd. 7 (2) 
B c Norwood crescent, from Norwood 

terrace to Blackness road 9 (1) 
B c Norwood ter., Westparkroad 9 (1) 



wynd to Byron street 7 (2)jZ> b Norwood ter., 32-46 Thomson st. 

D c Mountpleasant, 134 Hawkhill 9 (1) Ma Oakley place, Broughty Ferry, 



G d Moy villas, 38 Forfar road 



(3) 



Queen street to N. 



11(B) 



E /Muirfield crescent, Strathmartine \B c Oakwoodter., Westparkroad 9(1) 
road at Fairmuir to N. W. 7 ( A)j E b Ogilvie's close, 28J High street (2) 
E f Muirfield road, Strathmartine rd. \E d Ogilvie's rd., 7 Constitution st. 7(2) 



to Balgray road 



E f Muirfield street, Muirfield cres- 
cent to Strathmartine road 7 (A) 

C d Muirton road, Lochee, 124 Logie 
street to Ancrum road (4) 

F c Municipal buildings, 89 to 95 Com- 
mercial street (2) 

L a Municipal buildings, Broughty 
Ferry, 134 Brook street 10 (B) 

E c Munro's pend, 16 Brook street (1) 

B c Murray street. Mayfield place to 
Dalgleish road 1 (3) 

F c Murraygate, from E. end of High 
street to the N.E. 1, 6 (2) 

T> b Nairne place, 52-58 Seafield road 
2(1) 



7 (A) -BT b Ogilvie road, Bro. Ferry, Dundee 



road to Grassy beach 10 (3) 

F d Ogilvie street, Dura st. to N. 5 (3) 
C d Ogilvy place, Lochee, 16 Muirton 

road 3 (4) 

H d Old Craigie road, Arbroath road 

to Pitkerro road 4 (3) 

F e Old Glamis road, top of Provost 

road to N. 7 (A) 

C e Old Muirton road, Lochee, 2 High 

street 3 (4) 

C b Osborne place, 105 Magdalen green 

2(1) 

C b Osborne ter., 95 to 99 Magdalengn. 

Mb Osborne terrace, Bro. Ferry, N. 

side of Camperdown street 10(B) 



30 STREETS, SQUARES, 

E c Overgate, from W. end of Higl 
street to Westport 2, 6 (1, 2) 
JV a Panmure place, Bro. Ferry, E. side 
of Panmure street, at Esplanade 
F c Panmure street, from foot of Well- 
gate W. to the High School 6 (2) 
M a Panmure street, Broughty Ferry 
Esplanade to Camphill rd. 11 (B) 
E d Panmure terrace, N. of Dudhope 
terrace 7 (2) 

b Panmure ter. , Bro. Ferry, Abertay 
street to Guthrie terrace 11 (B) 
E c Paradise lane, 17 Dudhope st. 6(2) 
E c Paradise road, 20 Mid street to 
Dudhope street 6 (2) 

E c Parish Council buildings, 9 West 
Bell street 6 (2) 

G d Park avenue, from Albert street 
to Baxter park 4 (3) 

Ma Park avenue, Bro'ty Ferry, Pan- 
mure st. to Orchar park 11 (B) 
E c Park lane, 15 Temple lane 2 (1) 
E b Park place, 145 Nethergate 2 (1) 
F e Park place, 172 Clepington rd. (2) 
G d Park pi., Lochee, 91 Ancrum rd. 
ilfaPark place, Broughty Ferry, 331 
and 335 King street 11 (B) 

E f Park road, Stratbmartine road to 
Fairmuir street 7 (A) 

D c Park street, 112 Lochee road 8 (1) 
G c Park ter. ,259-71 Blackness rd. 8 (1) 
E c Park wynd, 70 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
E c Parker street, 2G Dudhope Ores 
cent road 6 (2) 

G d Parkview ter. , 8-14 Forfar rd. 5 (3) 
E e Patersonst.,124Strathmtnrd.7(2) 
D b Paton's lane, 240 Perth road to 57 
Magdalen green 2 (1) 

F c Pearl bldgs., 30 Meadowside 6 (2) 
D c Peddie st., 245 Hawkhill to Black- 
ness road 9 (1) 
G t Peel st., Lochee, 16 Marshall st. 3(4) 
G c Peep-o'-day lane, 145 Blackscroft 
to East Dock street 1 (3) 
D b Pennycook lane, 141 Perth road 
to 288 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
C e Perrie street, Lochee, South road 
to Liff road 3 (4) 
D b Perth road, continuation of 
Nethergate from Small's wynd 
to West 2, 9 (1) 
F c Peter street, 61 Murraygate to 
70 Seagate 1 (2) 
F b Pillars, The, 12 to 17 High st. 2(2) 
L a Pine terrace, B.F., 15 Brook st. 
B /Pitalpin st., Lochee, Liff road 3 (4) 



LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 
D d Pitfour street, 27 City road to 

Benvie road 8 (4) 

G d Pitkerro road, from east end of 

Dura street to E. 4, 5 (3, A) 

E cPlayf air's entry, 10 Hawkhill (1) 
D c Pleasance, Lower, from W. end of 

Douglas street to Lochee rd. 8 (1) 
D c Pole street, 48 Polepark road 8 (4) 
D c Polepark road, a continuation of 

Brook st. to Lochee rd. 8(1, 4) 
F c Powrie place, 23 Ann street 6 (3) 
G dPremierpl., 165-201 Albert st. 4(3) 
F c Princes street, continuation of 

King street to N.E. 1, 4 (3) 

E c Prospect pi., 71 Constitn. rd. 6 (2) 
M b Prospect terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

N. side of Hill street " 11 (B) 
F e Provost road, Mains road to Clep- 
ington road 5, 7 (2, 3) 
F g Prudential Assurance buildings, 

31 Albert square 6 (2) 

F c Pullar's close, 62 Murraygate (2) 
F c Quarry entry, 82 Cowgate (3) 

B f Quarry In., Lochee, 120 Liff rd. 3(4) 
E e Quarry road, Loons road to Cold- 
side road 7 (2) 
E b Queen's Hotel bdgs.,160 Neth'gate 
F c Queen street, 138 Seagate to 75 

Cowgate 1 (3) 

31 a Queen street, B. Ferry, Claypots 

rd. to Monifieth rd. 10, 11 (3, B) 
L b Queen street, West, B.F., Clay- 
pots rd. to Bayfield rd. 10 (3) 
G c Raglan street, 41 Albert street to 

Kemback street 4 (3) 

J b Ralston road, Broughty Ferry, 

Dundee road to N. 10 (3) 

E c Ramsay's pend, 43 Brook st. (1) 
M a Ramsay place, Broughty Ferry, 

W. side of St Vincent st. 11 (B) 
D c Ramsay street, 23 Polepark rd. (1) 
M a Ramsay street, Broughty Ferry, 

Boyd place to Hutton pi. 11 (B) 
Na Ramsaypark, Broughty Ferry, S. 

side of Monifieth road 11 (B) 
F g Rankine's court, 79 High st. 6 (2) 
D d Rankine st., 125 Lochee rd. 3, 8(4) 
E c Rattray's entry, 78 Bell street (2) 
E c Rattray street, 13 Ward road 6 (2) 
E c Reform street, Highst. to N. 6 (2) 
B /Reid's lane, Lochee, Pitalpin 

street 3 (4) 

E d Reid street, 8 Derby street 7 (2) 
E b Rennie's close, 120 Nethergate (1) 
L b Renny place, Bro. Ferry, W. side 

of Grove road 10 (3) 



STREETS, SQUARES, 

iVaReres road, Bro. Ferry, Monifieth 

road to Abertay street 11 (B) 
Ma Reres terrace, Brouglity Ferry, 

S. side of Monifieth road 
M ftRhona place, Brougbty Ferry, N. 

side of Queen street 11 (B) 

C b Richmond terrace, Windsor street 

to Fort street 2 (1) 

D c Ritchie's lane, 187 Perth road 9 (1) 
G d Riverview place, 28-30 Clepington 

road (3) 

L a Robert's lane, Brougbty Ferry, 

Church lane to E. 10 (B) 

G c Robertson street, 15 Arbroath road 

to Lilybank road 1 (3) 

G c Rockfield crescent, Grosvenor road 

to Hyndford street 9 (1) 

C c Rockfield street, 281 Perth road to 

Rockfield crescent 9 (1) 

G c Rockfield ter., Rockfield st. 9(1) 
E e Rockwell place, Lorimer street 

to W. 7 (2) 

G c Roodyards road, 103 Ferry rd. 1 (3) 
E d Rose lane, 37 Rosebank road 6 (2) 
E c Rose street, 15 Arthur street 6 (2) 
D b Roseangle, 2 to 8 Magdalen Yard 

road 2 (1) 

D b Roseangle ter., 72-82 Seafield rd. 
E c Rosebank rd. , 26 Rosebank st. 6 (2) 
E d Rosebank street, 128 Hilltown to 

Hospital wynd 6, 7 (2) 

D d Rosebery street, Baxter street to 

City road, Lochee 3, 8 (4) 

D c Rosefield street. 193 Blackness 

road to Milnbank road 8 (1) 

E d Rosemount terrace, Upper Con- 
stitution street to E. 7 (2) 
B c Rosewood ter., Westpark rd. 9(1) 
G d Roslin terrace, Court street 5 (3) 
Ma Roslyn villas, Broughty Ferry, 

N. side of Castle street 
F e Rosslyn viUas, 295-301 Clepington 

road (A) 

JR c Roxburgh ter. , Westpark rd. 9 (1) 
F c Royal Exchange court, 39 Albert 

square (2) 

F e Royal Exch. In. , 30 Meadowside (2) 
F c RoyalExchangepl.,Panmurest.(2) 
If a Rugby terrace, Broughty Ferry. 

Esplanade to N. 11 (B) 

F c Russell lane, 8 Victoria road 6 (2) 
Fd Russell st.,58Strathm'tinerd.7(2) 
E c Rustic pi. , 1 to 5 Dudhope st. and 

63 to 69a Constitution road 6 (2) 
Mb Rustic place, Broughty Ferry, 

E. side of Seafield road 10 (B) 



LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 31 

D b Ryehill lane, 109 Perth road to 

262 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

F c St Andrew's street, 31 Cowgate to 

116 Seagate 1 (2, 3) 

G e St Ann street, Lochee, Marshall 

street to Balgay street 3 (4) 

F b St Clement's lane, 11 High st, 2 (2) 
E c St David's lane, 26 N. Tay st. (1) 
B c St Johnswood ter. , "Westpark road 
E h St Luke's road, Downfield, Bal- 

dovan road to E. 7 (A) 

E b St Margaret's close, 36 Nethergate 
Ma St Margaret's square, Broughty 

Ferry, 302 Brook street 
G e St Mary's lane, Lochee, 37 High 

street to Burnside street 3 (4) 
D c St Mary's place, top of St Mary st. 
L a St Mary's pi., B.F., 23 King st. 
E h St Mary's road, Downfield, Cox 

street to "W. 7 (A) 

D c St Mary st., 81 Lochee road 8 (4) 
D c St Mary's ter. , top of St Mary st. 
G c St Matthew street, 68 Ferry road 

N. to Watson street 1 (3) 

D b St Peter street, 121 Perth road to 

270| Hawkhill 9 (1) 

F c St Roque's lane, 210 Seagate to 

King street 1 (3) 

L b St Roque's place, Bro. Feny, S. 

side of Dundee road 10 (3) 

F d St Salvador st., Church st. toE. 5(3) 
Ma St Vincent pi. , Bro. Ferry, corner 

of St Vincent st. and Long lane 
Ma St Vincent st. , Bro. Ferry, Beach 

crescent to Monifieth rd. 11 (B) 
E c Salem st., 59 Constitution rd. (2) 
G c Salisbury place, 87-93 Arbroath 

road ' 1 (3) 

Ma Salisbury place, Broughty Ferry, 

N. side of Castle street 
F d Sandeman street, Arklay street to 

Provost road 5 (3) 

E f School road, Downfield, Strath- 

martine road to W. 7 (A) 

B c Scotswood ter., Westpark rd. 9(1) 
G d Scott street, 38 City road to Balgay 

approach 8 (1, 4) 

E b Sea close, 63 Yeaman shore (1) 
E b Sea wynd, 128 Nethergate 2 (1) 
iV a Seabourne avenue, Bro. Ferry, 

Monifieth road to S. 11 (B) 

D b Seafield lane, 214a Perth road 2(1) 
D b Seafield road, 210 Perth road to 

39 Magdalen Yard road 2 (1) 
M b Seafield road, Bro. Ferry, Camper- 
down street to Balgillo rd. 10 (B ) 



32 STREETS, SQUARES, 

ilf 6 Seafield terrace, Broughty Ferry 

Seafield road to W. 10 (B) 

F c Seagate, from High street to St 

Boque's lane 1 (2, 3) 

il/aSeaview place, B.F., corner of 

Brook st. and Esplanade 11 (B) 
M a Seaward place, B.F., between Sea- 
view pi. and Newington ter. 11 (B) 
E c Session street, 11 Brook street to 

Guthrie street 8 (1) 

E c Seymour place, 11 Dudhope street 

and Paradise road 6 (2) 

G c Seymour street, 233 Perth road to 

Blackness road 9 (1) 

C c Shaftesbury road, north of and 

parallel to Clarendon terrace 9(1) 
G d Shamrock street, Madeira street 

to Mains loan 5 (3) 

a d Shandonpl., 205-215 Albert st. 4 (3) 
G e Sharp's In., Lochee, South rd. 3(4) 
C b Shepherd's loan, 324 Perth road 

to 99 Magdalen green 2 (1) 

F c Shepherd's square, 46 Hilltown (2) 
E f Sherbrook st., Downfield, Strath- 

martine road to E. 7 (A) 

M aShiell street, B.F., Esplanade to 

Abertay street 11 (B) 

F b Shore terrace, foot of Castle street 

to Greenmarket 2 (2) 

F d Sibbald street, Dens road to Fair- 
bairn street 5 (3) 
G e Sinclair street, Lochee, 176 High 

street 3 (4) 

E b Small's lane, 38 Small's wynd 2 (1) 
E b Small's wynd, 1 Perth road to 54 

Hawkhill 2, 9 (1) 

E c Smellie's lane, from Henderson's 

W. wynd to 84 Lochee road 8 (1) 
E e Smith street, 345 Clepington road 

to N. 7 (A) 

E d Smithfield,dist. top of Hilltown(2) 
E c Soapwork lane, Irvine's square to 

6 Victoria road 6 (2) 

E d Somerville place, top Constitution 

road 6, 7 (2) 

E d Somerville place, East, off Upper 

Constitution street 7 (2) 

E d Somerville place, North, off Upper 

Constitution street 7 (2) 

E d Somerville place, West, off Upper 

Constitution street 7 (2) 

E e Soutar street, Clepington road to 

Lintrathen street 3 (A) 

B e South road, Lochee, Bank street 

to W< 3 (4) 

D c Speed's terrace, Tait's lane 9 (1) 



LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 

D b Speedwell place, 260-272 Perth rd. 

D b Springfield, 27 Perth road 9 (1) 

G c Springhill, 180 Ferry road to Ar- 
broath road 1 (3) 

D d Stanley buildings, Lochee, 42 Cob- 
den street (4) 

D b Stanley place, 17 Step row 2 (1) 

M b Stanley road. Bro. Ferry, Seafield 
road to E. 10 (B) 

/ b Stannergate road, continuation of 
East Camperdown st. to E. 1 (3) 

C e Station lane, Lochee, 94 South 
road 3 (4) 

D b Step row, 258 Perth road to 61 
Magdalen green 2 (1) 

C e Stevensonst.,L'hee,19Liffrd. 3(4) 

B /Stewart'sln.,L'hee,128Liff rd. 3(4) 

G e Stewart street, Lochee, Lome 
street to Liff road (4) 

M b Stewart street, Bro. Ferry, Fort- 
hill road to Cedar road 10 (B) 

O a Stewart terrace, Broughty Ferry, 
S. side of Dalhousie road 

J b Stirling road, Margaret crescent to 
Christian road 1 (3) 

E d Stirling street, 238 Hilltown to 
Carmichael street 7 (2) 

G d Stobswell road, 30 Dura street to 
Dundonald street 5 (3) 

K b Strathern rd., B. Ferry, from E. of 
Victoria rd. to Craigie av. 10 (3) 

E e Strathmartine road, from top of 
Hilltown to Downfield 7 (2, A) 

D c Strath more road, 236 Blackness 
road to Corso street 9 (1) 

F d Strathmore street, Arklay street 
to Court street 5 (3) 

A" b Strathmore st. , Bro. Ferry, Camp- 
field rd. to Balmossie st. 11 (B) 

G d Strathview terrace, 31 Forfar road 
5(A) 

G b Strawberrybank, 342 Perth road 
to 107 Magdalen green 2 (1) 

i" c Strips of Craigie road, 248 Ferry 
road to N. (3) 

F d Sturrock ter., 4,8 Elizabeth st. 5 (3) 

F c Sugarhouse wynd, 53 Cowgate to 
134 Seagate ] (3) 

E g Sunny brae ter., 420 Strathmar- 
tine road to W. 

G d Sycamore pl.,Balgayrd.toScottst. 

E h Symers street, Downfield, Strath- 
martine road to W. 7 (A) 

D c Tait's lane, 269 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

F d Tannadice street, Sandeman street 
to Court street 5 (3) 



STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c 
E b Tally street, 54 Overgate to 



38 



Nefckergate 2 (2) 

E b Tay square, 12 S. Tay street 2 (1) 
M a Tay square, Broughty Ferry, Long 

lane, near Gray street 11 (B) 
E c Tay street, North, 249 Overgate 

to Lochee road 6, 8 (1) 

E b Tay street, South, 113 Nethergate 

to 242 Overgate 2 (1) 

E 6 Tay St. In., 105a Nethergate 2 (1) 
D b Tay ter., 50 60 Magdalen Yard rd. 
31 a Ta,y terrace, Broughty Ferry, W. 

side of Panmure street 11 (B) 
D b Taylor's lane, 300 Perth road to 

73 Magdalen green 2 (1) 

C e Taylor street, Lochee, from Liff 

road to Lome street 3 (4) 

31 a Taymouth place, Broughty Ferry, 

Monifieth road to S. 11 (B) 

31a Taymouth ter., Bro. Ferry, Moni 

fieth road at Taymouth place 
Ma Taypark place, Bro. Ferry, corner 

of Gray street and Long lane 
E c Temple lane, 30 Weatport 2 (1) 
E c Temple place, 18 & 36a Westport 
2(1) 
F d Thistle st., 27 Mains rd. to E. 5 (3) 
D b Thomson street, 228 Perth road 

to 55 Magdalen green 2 (1) 

I c Thorn pi., 219-57 Blackness rd. 8 (1) 
G c Thornbank street, 113 Arbroath 

road to S. 1 (3) 

G d Thornley terrace, Madeira st. 5 (3) 
E b Thorter row, 36 Overgate 2 (2) 
F b Tindal's wynd, 4 J High street to 

6 Shore terrace (2) 

F c Todburn lane, from William lane 

to Dens brae 4 (3) 

C e Tof thill, Lochee, Bright st. 3 (4) 
F c Trades lane, from St Andrew's st. 

to Dock street 1 (2, 3) 

31 b Traill street, Bro. Ferry, Seafield 

road to Forthill road 10 (B) 

D d Tullideph road, 200 Lochee road 

to Ancrum road (4) 

E c Tulloch crescent, from top of 

Dallfield wk. to Rosebank st. 6 (2) 
C eUnionbank, Lochee, Tof thill to 

North 3 (4) 

F c Union Bank bdgs. ,2-6 Panmure st. 
E b Union court, 6 Thorter row (2) 
D b Union place, 278 Perth road 2 (1) 
If a Union place, Bro. Ferry, 494, 500, 

and 502 Brook street 11 (B) 

E b Union street and S. Union street, 

42 Nethergate to Craig pier 2(1,2) 

3 



\3Ia Union street, Bro. Ferry, Brook 
street to King street 11 (B) 

E c Union terrace, E. side Con- 
stitution road 6 (2) 

D c Ure street, 181 Hawkhill to 136 
Blackness road 9 (1) 

D c Urquhart street, from 172 Brook 
street to Blackness road 8 (1) 

E b Vault, 17 High street 2 (2) 

F c Victoria chain., 10-14 Victoria rd. 

L b Victoria place, Bro. Ferry, S. side 
of "West Queen street 

F c Victoria road, Bell street to Dens 
road 4, 6 (2, 3) 

L b Victoria road, Bro. Ferry, Dundee 
road to Clay pots road 10 (3) 

E b Victoria sq., 43 Nethergate 2 (1) 

Fc Victoria street, top Princes street 
to Victoria road 4 (3) 

O a Victoria terrace, Bro. Ferry, N. 
side of Dalhousie road 11 (B) 

F d Viewbank terrace, Clepington 
road, at top of Provost road (A) 

D c Viewforth place, 1, 3 Blackness 
avenue 9 (1) 

Ma Viewforth place, B.F., 5 Gray st. 

31 a Walker street, Broughty Ferry, 
Brook street to N. 11 (B) 

E c Wallace's pend, 24a Hawkhill (1) 

G c Wallace street, 141 Princes street 
to Blackscroft 1 (3) 

G d Walrond street, Forfar road to 
Chalmers street 5 (3) 

D c Walton street, 172 Brook street 
to Forest Park road 8 (1) 

E c Ward road, from foot of Consti- 
tution road to North Tay st. 6 (2) 

E c Ward road, South, top of Bar- 
rack street to N. Tay st. 6 (1, 2) 

D c Watson's lane, 133 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

G c Watson street, Lilybank road to 
Springhill 1 (3) 

D c Watt street, 190 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

E eWedderburn street, 153 Strath- 
martine road to E. 7 (2) 

D c Well road, 150 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

C e Wellbank lane, Lochee, off Burn- 
side street 3 (4) 

B e Wellburn street, Lochee, South 
road to Wellgrove street 3 (4) 

F c Wellgate, from Murraygate to 
foot of Hilltown 6 (2, 3) 

B e Wellgrove street, Lochee, Gray 
street 3 (4) 

F c Wellington street, 98 Victoria rd. 
to Ann street 4 (3) 



34 STREETS, SQUARES, 

F d "Wellington street, North, continu- 
ation of Wellington st. to N. 5 (3) 
F b "West Protection wall, from Craig 

harbour to Tide harbour 1 (2) 
E e West st., 2 Back st. toLorimer st. 
D b West wynd, 95 Perth rd. to 248 

Hawkhill 9 (1) 

D b Westfieldave., 172 Perth rd. 2 (1) 
Z> 6 Westfield lane, 188 Perth road 

to 35 Magdalen Yard road 2 (1) 
D b Westfield place, 186 Perth road 

to 33 Magdalen Yard road 2 (1) 
L a Westfield pi., B.P., Westfield rd. 
L a Westfield road, Broughty Ferry, 

Biver to Brook street 10 (3) 

B d Westgrove ave., Perth rd. at Far- 

ingtonhall to Blackness rd. 9 (1) 
B c Westparkgard'ns,offWestparkrd. 
B c Westpark road, Perth road at 

Cemetery N. to Blackness rd. 9 (1) 
E c Westport, W. end Overgate 2,8 (1) 
F c Whale lane, East, 187 Seagate to 

East Dock street 1 (3) 

F c Whale lane, West, 181 Seagate to 

East Dock street 1 (3) 

M a Whinnybrae, B. Ferry, Monifieth 

road to Camphill road 11 (B) 
E b Whitehall chamb. , 11 Whitehall st. 
E b Whitehall crescent, Greenmarket 

to Union street 2 (2) 

E b Whitehall place, Whitehall cres. 
E b Whitehall street, 6 Nethergate to 

Whitehall crescent 2 (2) 



LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 
E c Whitton's pend, 25 Hawkhill (1) 
F c Whitton street, King's road 4 (3) 
C e Whorterbank,L'hee, 1 High st. 3 (4) 
D c Wilkie's lane, 141 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
F c William lane, 62 King street 4 (3) 
F c William street, 104 Victoria road 

to Ann street 4 (3) 

F d William street, North, continua- 
tion of William street to N. 5 (3) 
E c Willison street, 44 Barrack street 

to N. Lindsay street 6 (2) 

C e Wilson st., L'hee. 54 South rd. 3(4) 
G b Windsor pi., 107 Magdalen gn. (1) 
M a Windsor place, Broughty Ferry, 

301-305 King street 
G b Windsor street, from W. end of 

Magdalen green to Perth rd. 2 (1) 
C c Windsor ter. , 229-33 Perth rd. 9 (1) 
L a Windsor ter., B.F., 35 Brook st. 
Fd Wolseleyst.,Dundonald sttoN5(3) 
H c Woodburne st., between Dalgleish 

road and East Haddon road 1 (3) 
F eWoodthorpe buildings, 317-321 

Clepington road 7 (A) 

G d Woodville place, Forfar road to 

Mains loan 5 (3) 

G d Wortley place, Pitkerro road to 

Dalkeith road 4 (3) 

G e Yeaman's alley, L'hee, Lome st. 3(4) 
G e Yeaman'sln., Lochee, South rd. (4) 
E b Yeaman shore, foot Union st. 2(1) 
Na Yewbank avenue, Bro. Ferry, 

Monifieth road to S. 11(B) 



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( 35 ) 

PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 

The Rooms marked * are to let for Sales, Exhibitions, Meetings, <fcc. 

* Albert Hall and Albert Institute Buildings, Albert square, top of Reform street 

Albert Square United Free Church, Chapel street, Albert square 

All Saints Mission Hall, 17 Cochrane street 

Allotment Gardens (see page 49). Working Men's Gardens — Ancrum road ; 
Clepington, Arklay street ; Gardner street ; Kinnaird, Hospital wynd ; 
Stirling Park, Hospital wynd. (See page 114) 

*Ancient Masonic Lodge Hall, 79 High street 

Ancrum Road Public School, Ancrum road, Lochee 

Ann Street Public School, 54 Cotton road and 163 Ann street 

Appointments Department, Ministry of Labour, 26 Castle street 

Army Recruiting Office, 15 Cowgate 

Art Galleries, Albert Institute, Albert square 

Art, School of — Dundee Technical College, Bell street 

Arthurstone Branch Library and Reading Rooms, Arthurstone terrace 

Ashludie Sanatorium, Monifieth 

Baby Clinics, 23 Victoria road, 50 Caldrum st. (at Public Baths), 73 Princes 
street, 100 Blackness rd. ; 10 Lome st., Lochee ; Municipal buildings, B.F. 

Bakers', Operative, House of Call, 39 High street 

Baldovan Institution for Imbecile Children, Baldovan 

Balfour Street Public School, Balfour street 

Balgay Established Church, corner of Lochee road and Tullideph road 

Balgay Industrial School for Girls, Blackness road 

Bank of Scotland, 34 Reform street ; Branch office, 1 Victoria street 

Baths (Public), West Protection Wall at Harbour. District Baths — Guthrie 
st.; Caldrum st.; Constable st. ; Miller's wynd ; and High st., Lochee 

Bathing Pond (Open Air), at Esplanade, near Magdalen Green Station 

Baxter Park U.F. Church and Hall, Arbroath road, west side of Baxter Park 

*Beach Established Church and Hall, 5 Fort street, Broughty Ferry 

Bell Street U.F. Church, 1a West Bell street 

*Benvie Road Hall, 31 Benvie road 

*Bethany Hall, Taylor's lane 

Blackness Branch Library and Reading Rooms, 225 Perth road 

*Blackness Hall, 37 Blackness road 

Blackness Public School, 161 and 163 Blackness road 

Blackscrof t Branch Library and Reading Rooms, Blackscrof t and Foundry lane 

Blackscroft Mission Hall (Dundee Parish Church), Peep-o'-day lane 

Blind, Royal Dundee Institution for the, 59 Magdalen green 

Blind, Dundee Mission to the Outdoor — Office, 23 Castle street 

Board of Trade Office, 61 Dock street 

Bog Mission Hall, Kirk street, Lochee 

Bonnethill U.F. Church, 2474 Hilltown 

Bowling Greens (Public), in Baxter Park, Dudhope Park, Fairmuir, Lochee 
Park, Magdalen Green, Orchar Park, and Victoria Park. Private 
Bowling Greens — Balgay, Westpark road ; Baxter Park ; Broughty, 
Albert road, West Ferry ; Broughty Castle, King street, Broughty 
Ferry ; Dudhope, Adelaide place ; Fairfield, Fairmuir road ; Hillcrest, 
Blackness road ; Lochee, Ancrum road, Lochee ; Maryfield, Madeira st. 
(See page 115) 

Boys' Home, 2 Ellen street 

Boy Scouts' (12th Maryfield Company) Headquarters, Lynnewood place 



36 PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 

Boys' (Working) Home, 3 West Bell street 

British Linen Bank, 35 Murraygate, 39 Westport, 40 Nethergate, and 23 
Victoria road 

Broughty Ferry Baptist Church and Hall, St Vincent street, Broughty Ferry 

*Broughty Ferry Congregational Church and Hall, 89 Brook st. , Bro. Ferry 

Broughty Ferry Parish Church, 440 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

*Broughty Ferry Parish Church Hall, St Vincent streeb, Broughty Ferry 

Brown Street Public School, 15 Brown street 

Brown Street Mission Hall, north end of Brown street 

*Brown Street Hall, Brown street, Broughty Ferry 

Business and Professional Girls' Club, 28 Ward road 

*Butterburn U.F. Church and Hall, foot of Hill street 

Butterburn Public School, 95 Strathmartine road 

Caird Home for Nurses, 41 Magdalen Yard road 

Caird Maternity Hospital, Royal Infirmary grounds, Barrack road 

Caird Rest, 172 Nethergate 

* Caledonia Hall, 52 Westport 

*Camperdown Hall, 22 Barrack street 

Castle Street Congregational Church, 24 Castle street 

Cathedral Church of St Paul, Castlehill, top of Seagate 

Catholic Apostolic Church, Dudhope Crescent road, Constitution road 

Catholic Herald Office, 82 Bell street 

Cattle Market, East Dock street 

Cemeteries and Parks (see page 49) 

Chalmers U.F. Church, Hunter street 

Chamber of Commerce, Royal Exchange, Panmure street ; office, 3 Bank 
street 

Chapelshade Established Church, 27 Constitution road 

Charity Organisation Society — Office, 7 West Bell street 

Cherryfield Mission Hall, 37 Blackness road 

Children's Free Breakfast Mission Hall, 17 Constitution road 

Children's Holiday Home (Dundee Social Union), Marfield, Rattray 
Blairgowrie 

Children's Home (Dundee Combination Parish Council), Ashcliff , Perth road 

Children's Home, Comerton, Fife 

Children's Hospital, The Lodge, Broughty Ferry 

Children's, Invalid, Holiday Home, Auchterhouse I 

Children's Shelter, 1 Laurelbank 

Cholera and Smallpox Hospital, Kingscross, West Clepington road 

Cinema Houses and Theatres — Britannia Picturedrome, 39 Small's wynd ; 
Broughty Ferry Picture House, 44 Gray street ; Edenbank Picture 
House, 72 Watson street ; Electric Theatre, 122 Nethergate ; Empire 
Cinema, Rosebank street ; Grand Theatre, King street, Broughty Ferry ; 
Her Majesty's Picture Theatre, 7 Seagate ; King's Theatre and Hippo- 
drome, 27 Cowgate ; Kinnaird Picture House, G Bank street ; Main Street 
Picture Palace, 20 Main street ; Oxford Picture Hall, 60 Logie street, 
Lochee ; Palladium Picture House, 67 Alexander st. ; The Picture House, 
Arthurstone terrace ; Princess Theatre, 166 Hawkhill ; Queen's Cinema, 
Bellfield street ; Savoy Picture House, 160 Nethergate ; La Scala, 30 
Murraygate ; Stobswell Cinema Theatre, 12 Morgan street ; Tay Street 
Cinema, 57 South Tay street ; Tivoli Theatre, Bonnybank road ; Victoria 
Theatre and Picture House, 52 Victoria road ; Wellington Palace, 
49 Nelson street ; West End Cinema, Shepherd's loan 

City Analyst's Office, 140 Perth road 

City Architect's Office, 91 Commercial street 

City Chambers, 14J High street | N 



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PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 37 

City Churches— comprising St Mary's, or the Parish Church of Dundee ; St 

Paul's, or South Church ; and St Clement's, or Steeple Church, Nethergate 
City Engineer's Department — Engineer's Office, 91 Commercial street ; 

yard and stores, 1 Miln street 
Clepington Established Church, top of Isla street 
Clepington Public School, top of Melrose terrace 
Clepington United Free Church, Arklay street and Esk street 
Clydesdale Bank, east end of High street 

Coldside Branch Library and Eeading Eooms, 150 Strathmartine road 
Commercial Bank, 85 Commercial street 

Consumptives, Municipal Sanatorium for, Ashludie, Monifieth 
Consumptives, Sidlaw Sanatorium for, Auchterhouse 
Convalescent Home, Barnhill, Broughty Ferry 
Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Lawside, Gardner street 
Cosmopolitan Club, 7 "Ward road 
County Police Office, Johnston street 
Courthouse Buildings, West Bell street 
Cowgate Public School, 56 Cowgate 

Cripple and Invalid Children's School, Balgray road, Downfield 
Curling Ponds — Baldovan ; Broughty, Camphill rd. ; Camperdown ; Dundee, 

25a Forfar road ; West End, junction of Blackness road and Glamis road 
Curr Night Refuge, 5 West Bell street 

Customs and Excise, 29 and 31 Bank street ; and Customhouse, Dock street 
*Cutlers' Hall, 68 Murraygate 
Day Nurseries, 33 Isles' lane, 33 Lilybank road, 52 Cotton road, 26 North 

George street ; Lochee Day Nursery, Flight's lane, Lochee 
Deaf and Dumb, Dundee Mission to Adult, Dudhope Park 
Deaf and Dumb, Dundee Institution for the Education of the, 165 Lochee 

road 
Deaf and Dumb, Oral School for the, Harcourt street 

Discharged and Demobilised Soldiers' and Sailors' Federation, 71 Nethergate 
Dens Park Football Ground, Dens road 
Dens Road Public School, Dens road and North Isla street 
Dental Hospital, 2 Park place 

Dispensary, Municipal, for Tuberculosis, 1 Tally street 
Downfield Parish Church, St Mary's road, Downfield 
*Downfield Public Hall, 421 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Downfield Public School, School road, Downfield 
Downfield United Free Church, Haldane street, Downfield 
*Drill Hall, Parker square, West Bell street ; Dudhope Drill Hall, corner of 

Douglas street and Brown street 
Dudhope Castle, Park, Gymnasium, and Museum of Mechanics, Engineering 

Physiography, Industries, and Archaeology, Barrack road 
Dudhope Drill Hall, corner of Douglas street and Brown street 
Dudhope Free Church, 45 Dudhope street 
Dudhope House Orthopaedic Annexe, Dudhope terrace 
Dudhope U.F. Church, Lochee road, opposite Polepark road- 
Dudhope Public School, St Mary's place, St Mary street 
Dundee Advertiser Office, 7 to 25 Bank street 
Dundee Courier Office, Albert square 

Dundee, Perth, and London Shipping Company's Office, 26 East Dock street 
East U.F. Church, 370 Queen street, Broughty Ferry 
East U.F. Church, High street, Lochee 
Eastern Club, 3 Albert square 

Eastern Public School, Whinnybrae, Broughty Ferry 
Education Authority Offices, 5 Cowgate 



38 PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 

Electrical Central Station, Dudhope Crescent road. Sub-Stations — Carolina 

port, Docks, Neish street, "Walton street ; Whorterbank, Lochee ; Down- 
field ; Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Employment Exchange, 54 Dock street ; Ministry of Labour, 14 Ward road 
Episcopal Church Institute, 86 Nethergate 
Evening Telegraph and Post Office, Albert square 
Excise Office, 31 Bank street, and Customhouse, Dock street 
Eye Institution, 104 Nethergate 
Factory Inspector's Office, 7 "Ward road 

Fairmuir Parish Church, 329 Clepington road and Neishfield street 
Fairmuir Special School for Defective Children, Balgray road, Downfield 
*Faith Mission Hall, Nicoll street 
Farrow's Bank, Limited, 11 High street 
Female Kescue Home, 18 Cobden street, Lochee 
Fire Engine Stations — Central, West Bell st. ; Eastern, Brown st., B.F. ; 

Southern, Harbour, King William Dock; Western, South rd., Lochee 
Fish Market, Carolina port, East Camperdown street 
Food, Ministry of, District Office, 37 High street 
Football Grounds — Dens Park, Dens road; Tannadice Park, Fairbairn street; 

St Margaret's Park, Gardner street, Lochee 
*Fopesteps' Halls, Nicoll street and Rattray street. (See Adv.) 
*Forfar and Kincardine Masonic Lodge Hall, 13 Meadow street 
Forthill Cricket Ground, Fintry place, Forthill road, Broughty Ferry 
Free Church of Scotland, 45 Dudhope street 
*Friends' Institute and Meeting House, 11 Nethergate 
Fruit and Flower Market, Craig street ; temporary Market, Shore terrace 
Games Club Ground, Fintry place, Forthill road, Broughty Ferry 
Gardens, "Working Men's — Ancrum road ; Clepington, Arklay street ; Gardner 

street ; Kinnaird, Hospital wynd ; Stirling Park, Hospital wynd. (See 

page 114 ; see also Allotment Gardens, page 49) 
Gas Commissioners' Office, 89 Commercial street ; Branch Office, 44 Bell st.; 

Works, East Dock street ; Gas Appliance Showroom, 20 Barrack street ; 

Broughty Ferry Collector's Office, 150 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Gilfillan Memorial Church, Whitehall crescent 
Girls' Boarding House (Dundee Ladies' Union), Rose street 
Girls' Industrial School, Balgay, Blackness road ; and Kilchoan, Blackness 

road 
Girls' Professional and Business Club, 28 "Ward road 
Girls', "Working, Boarding House (Church of Scotland), 19 Seafleld road 
Glassite Meeting House, 4 King street 
Glebe Lands Public School, Lilybank road 

Golf Courses— Public, Barnhill Links, Broughty Ferry; Downfield, Baldovan 
*Good Templar Hall, 38 Gray street, Broughty Ferry 
*Gray's Assembly Rooms, 22 Perth road 
Grove Academy, Church street, Broughty Ferry ; Recreation Ground, Forthill 

road, Broughty Ferry 
Guide Office, 246 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

Guild Hall, Townhouse, High street ; Guild Clerk's Office, 20 Reform street 
*Guthrie Street Hall, top of Guthrie street 
^Gymnasium Hall, 159 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
* Gymnasium, Public, 14 "Ward road 

Harbour Clerk's and Engineer's Offices, Customhouse buildings, Dock street 
Harbour Police Office, east side Customhouse 
Harris Academy, Park place 
Hawkhill Baptist Church, 98 Hawkhill 
Hawkhill Public School, 245 and 280 Hawkhill 



PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 39 

Health, Scottish Board of (Insurance Section), 49 Trades lane 

Hebrew Synagogue, 15 Meadow street 

Hermon Hall, 38 South Tay street 

Hibernians' Hall, 8 Overgate 

High School, top of Reform street ; High School for Girls, Euclid crescent ; 
High School Recreation Grounds, Arbroath road 

High U.F. Church, top of Hospital wynd 

Hill Street Public School, at junction of Hill street with Strathmartine road 

Hillbank Mission Hall, 57 Cotton road 

Hilltown Mission Hall, 46 Hilltown 

Hilltown U.F. Church, North Wellington street 

Holy Trinity Mission, Well road 

Home, Rescue, 18 Cobden street, Lochee 

Hostels — Boarding House for the Blind, 43 Paton's lane ; Church of Scotland 
Labour Home, 24 Milnbank road ; Lawside Convent, Gardner street ; 
Mayfield Hostel for Women Students, 206 Ferry road ; Rosebank Girls' 
Boarding House, 18 Rose street ; Soldiers' and Sailors' (Discharged) 
Hostel, 5 Airlie place ; Sailors' Home, 62 Dock street ; Salvation 
Army Home, Ward road ; University College Women's Hostel, 1 Airlie 
place ; Working Girls' Boarding House, 19 Seafield road ; Working 
Girls' Hostel, 17 Bright street, Lochee; Y.W.C.A. Boarding House, 
33 South Tay street 

Hotels — Browning's Hotel, 7 Crichton street ; Christie's Temper- 
ance Hotel, Whitehall crescent ; City Hotel, 15 Tally street ; Jolly's 
Hotel, 51 Gray street, Broughty Ferry ; Lamb's Temperance Hotel, 
60 Reform street ; Mathers' Temperance Hotel, Whitehall place ; Queen's 
Hotel, 160 Nethergate ; Royal Hotel, 54 Nethergate ; Royal British 
Hotel, 4 Castle street ; Waverley Temperance Hotel, 7 South Union 
street 

Income Tax Assessor's Office, 29 Bank street 

Incurables, Home for, 12 King street 

Incurables, Royal Victoria Hospital for, Balgay house, off Blackness 
road 

independent Labour Party Hall, 161 Overgate 

Industrial Schools : Girls, Balgay, Blackness road ; and Kilchoan, Blackness 
road ; Boys, Baldovan 

Infant Hospital, The Lodge, Broughty Ferry 

Infectious Diseases Reception House, Polepark house, 3 Fleuchar street 

Infirmary, Royal, Barrack road 

Inland Revenue Offices, 29 and 31 Bank street 

Inland Revenue, Valuation Department, 31 Albert square 

Instructional Factory, Ministry of Labour, Carolina port 

Insurance, National Health —Inspector's Office, 49 Trades lane ; Clerk's Office, 
2 Union street. Unemployment Insurance Office, 52 Dock street 

Invalid Children's Holiday Home, Auchterhouse 

Invalid and Cripple Children's School, Balgray road, Downfield 

Justices of the Peace Clerk's Office, 46 Reform street 

Justices of the Peace Clerk's Office (for Forfarshire), 4 High street 

*King's Road Hall, 15 King's road 

Kingscross Hospital, West Clepington road 

Kinnaird Picture House, 6 Bank street 

Labour Bureau, Dundee Free, 65 Trades lane 

*Labour Club and Hall, 48 Murraygate 

Labour Exchange (see Ministry of Labour) 

Labour Home for Men (Church of Scotland), 24 Milnbank road 

Lands Valuation and Registration of Voters Office, 47 Overgate 



40 PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 

Lawn Tennis Courts (Public) in Victoria park, Baxter park, Magdalen green ; 
and at Esplanade, Broughty Ferry. Private Courts — Downfield, 
Camperdown road, Downfield ; Lochee, Wellburn street ; Stobsmuir, 
Forfar road ; West End, Shaftesbury road. (See page 114) 

Lawside Convent, Laundry and Young Ladies' School, Gardner street 

Liberal Association Club Rooms, 51 Reform street ; 117 High street, Lochee ; 
69 Gray street, Broughty Feny 

Library, Public, and Reading Room, Albert Institute, Albert square. Branches 
— Arthurstone, Arthurstone terrace ; Blackness, 225 Perth road; Coldside, 
150 Strathmartine road ; Lochee, High st., Lochee; St Roque's, Blacks- 
croft. Central Reading Rooms, corner of Ward road and Barrack street 

Lifeboat House, Fisher street, Broughty Ferry 

Liff Road Public School, 1 Liff road, Lochee 

Lindsay Street Congregational Union Church, 31 North Lindsay street 

Literary Association, Lochee, Reading Rooms, High street, Lochee 

Lloyd's Surveyor's Office, 26 East Dock street 

Lochee Baptist Church, Union street, Lochee 

Lochee Established Church, Methven street, Lochee 

Lochee Road U.F. Church, 1 Logie street, Lochee 

Logie Established Church, Scott street, off City road 

*Logie Hall, 7 Scott street, off City road 

Lunatic Asylum, Westgreen, Liff 

M'Cheyne U.F. Church, 328 Perth road 

Mains and Strathmartine U.F. Church, 511 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Markets and Slaughterhouses, East Dock street 

^Martyrs U.F. Church and Hall, Annfield road 

Maryfield Established Church, Morgan street 

*Masonic Hall, 152 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

*Masonic, Operative, Lodge Hall, 43 Overgate 

*Masonic Temple, Shore terrace 

Maternity Hospital, Royal Infirmary grounds, Barrack road 

Maternity Service and Child Welfare Centres (see Baby Clinics) 

Maxwelltown Baptist Church, 7 Jamaica street 

May field Hostel for Women Students (Teachers' Training College), 206 Ferry rd. 

Medical Officer of Health's Office, West Bell street 

Mercantile Marine Office, Sailors' Home buildings, 63 Dock street 

Ministry of Labour Employment Exchange, 52 Dock street and 14 Ward road ; 
Instructional Factory, Carolina port ; Appointment Department, 26 
Castle street 

Mitchell Street Public School, Mitchell street 

Morgan Academy, Forfar road, toil of Albert street 

Morison Congregational Union Church, 27 Guthrie street 

Museum, Albert Institute buildings, Albert square ; Museum of Mechanics, 
Engineering, Industries, and Archaeology, Dudhope Castle 

National Bank, 71 Reform street ; Branch, 115 Hilltown 

National Health Insurance Inspector's Office, 49 Trades lane ; Local Clerk's 
Office, 2 Union street ; Unemployment Fund Office, 52 Dock street 

New and Angus Club, 138 Nethergate 

No Licence Citizens' Council Office, 11 Nethergate 

North of Scotland and Town and County Bank, Ltd., 24 High street ; 
branches, 5 Albert square ; 93 High street, Lochee; Gray st., Bro. Ferry 

Nurses' Home (Sick Poor Nursing Society), 41 Magdalen Yard road 

Nursing Homes (Private), 6 Union terrace, 16 Constitution terrace, 6 Paradise 
road, and Elliot road. Infant Hospital, The Lodge, Broughty Ferry 

Nursing Mothers' Restaurants — 69 Blackscrof t ; and at 3 Lome street, Lochee 

Ogilvie U.F. Church, top of Albert street 



PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 41 

Old Age Pension Office, Customhouse, Dock street 

Original Secession Church, Euclid crescent 

Orphan Institution, 133 Ferry road 

Orthopaedic Annexe, Dudhope house, Dudhope terrace 

Our Lady of Good Counsel Roman Catholic Church, Westfield road, Bro. Ferry 

Painters' Hall, 14 New Inn entry 

*Panmure Hall, 6 Bain square 

IPanmure Street C.U. Church, Panmure street, at junction with Euclid crescent 
Parish Council Offices, West Bell street ; Monifieth Parish Council Offices, 
180 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Park U.F. Church, 16 Park avenue 
Park Wynd Mission Hall, 36 Park wynd 

Parks, Public (see page 49) 

Parochial Sick Hospital, Mains loan 

Pensions, Ministry of, 51 Murraygate 

Pensions Office, War, 30 and 36 North Lindsay street 

People's Friend and People's Journal Offices, 7 to 25 Bank street 

Plasterers' Hall, 11 Meadow street 

Police Office, Jail, and Bridewell, West Bell street. District stations — 194 
Brook street, 144 Princes street, 64 Carnegie street, Dock street ; South 
road, Lochee ; Brook street, Broughty Ferry. County Police Office 
at Johnston street, and at 445 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Police Treasurer and Collector's Office, 95 Commercial street ; Branch, 134 
Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

Poor Houses: East — top of Eliza street; West — 205 Blackness road; Parochial 
Hospital, Mains loan ; Children's Home, Ash cliff, Perth road 

Post Office, Meadowside; Suh-Offices — Barnhill, 183 Blackness road, *Down- 
field (463 Strathmartine road), 28 Dundonald street, Fairmuir (343 
Olepington road), 92 Ferry road, *76 Hawkhill, *148 Hilltown, 83 King 
street, 156 Lochee road, *Lochee (64 High street), Logie (5 Cobden 
street), *Maryfield (205 Albert street), 79 Murraygate, *125a Nethergate, 
*268 Perth road, *169 Princes street, *South Union street (10 Dock 
street), 77 Strathmartine road, 86 Victoria road, West Ferry (Broughty 
Ferry). (Those marked * are Telegraph Offices.) Telephone Office, 
13 Panmure street. P. O. Engineering Department, 2 Union street 

* Princes Street Congregational Union Church and Halls, 157 Princes street 

Procurator Fiscal's Office, Courthouse buildings, West Bell street 

*Progress Masonic Lodge Hall, 73 Murraygate 

Queen Street U.F. Church, Queen street, Broughty Ferry 

Queen Victoria Hall, The Parish Church, Nethergate 

Railway Stations : Caledonian— South Union st. and at Magdalen green ; 
Lochee Station, Old Muirton rd., Lochee ; Downfield Station, Strathmar- 
tine rd., Downfield. Fairmuir and Mary field Goods Stations — Clepington 
road. Dundee and Arbroath— East Dock street, and at Stannergate, West 
Ferry, Broughty Ferry, and Barnhill. North British — South Union 
street, and at Esplanade (west end) 

Rattray Street Baptist Church, 10 Rattray street, Ward road 

Reading Room and Public Library, Albert Institute, Albert square. 
Branches — Arthurstone, Arthurstone ter. ; Blackness, 225 Perth road ; 
Coldside, 150 Strathmartine rd. ; Lochee, High st., Lochee ; St Roque's, 
Blackscroft. Central Reading Rooms, corner of Ward rd. and Barrack st 

Recruiting Office for Army, 15 Cowgate 

Registrars of Births, Deaths, and Marriages (see page 52) 

Rescue Home, 18 Cobden street, Lochee 

Road Surveyor's Office (County), St Mary's road, Downfield 

Rosebank Established Church, Constitution street 



42 PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, fee. 

Rosebank Public School, Tullocli crescent 

Royal Bank of Scotland, 3 High st. Branch offices — 51 Murraygate, 36 West- 
port, 22 King street, 9 Strathmartine road, 260 Perth road ; 122 High 
street, Lochee ; 288 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

Royal Exchange, Panmure street 

Royal Infirmary, Barrack road 

Royal Lunatic Asylum, Westgreen, Liff 

Royal Victoria Hospital, Balgay, off Blackness road 

Russell Congregational Union Church, 179 Hawkhill 

Ryehill U.F. Church, 79 Perth road 

St Andrew's and Chapelshade U.F. Church, Meadowside, opposite Baltic st. 

*St Andrew's and Chapelshade U.F. Church Halls, Meadow street 

St Andrew's Established Church, King street, opposite St Andrew's street 

St Andrew's Pro-Cathedral, 150 Nethergate ; Hall, 38 South Tay street 

St Andrew's Public School, 2 William street 

St Andrew's Roman Catholic Schools : Boys, 38 S. Tay st. ; Girls, 174 Overgate 

St Clement's, or Steeple Church (Established), Nethergate, opposite Union st. 

St David's Established Church, North Tay street 

*St David's Assembly Rooms, 86 Nethergate. (See Adv.) 

St David's-in-the-West U.F. Church, 276 Blackness road 

St Enoch's Established Church, 79 Nethergate 

St John the Baptist Episcopal Church, 116 Albert street 

St John's, or Cross Church (Established), Blackness avenue 

St John's U.F. Church, 130 Perth road 

St Joseph's Convent, Gardner street 

St Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Wilkie's lane, Blackness road 

St Joseph's Roman Catholic Schools — boys, 2 Larch st. ; girls, Blackness road 

St Luke's Episcopal Church, St Luke's road, Downfield 

St Luke's Established Church, High street, Lochee 

St Luke's U.F. Church, Victoria place, West Ferry 

St Margaret's Episcopal Church, Ancrum road, Lochee 

St Margaret's Established Church, Invermark terrace, Barnhill 

St Margaret's Hostel, Boarding House for Working Girls, 9 Wellington street 

St Margaret's House of Mercy and Convent, Gardner street 

St Margaret's School, Ancrum road, Lochee 

St Margaret's Young Ladies' Seminary, Viewbank, Hill street, Broughty Ferry 

St Mark's Established Church, Greenfield place, 158 Perth road 

St Martin's Episcopal (Mission) Church, Harcourt street 

St Martin's Episcopal School, 67 Derby street 

St Mary Magdalene's Episcopal Church, 11 Blinshall street 

St Mary Magdalene's Rectory and Halls, Well road 

St Mary's, or the Parish Church of Dundee, Nethergate, opposite Union street 

St Mary's Episcopal Church, Queen street, Broughty Ferry 

St Mary's Rest (Dundee Parish Church), 113, 115 Ferry road 

St Mary's Roman Catholic Church and Schools, 32 and 34 Forebank road 

St Mary's Roman Catholic Church and School, St Mary's lane, Lochee 

St Mary's Roman Catholic Reading Rooms, Burnside street, Lochee 

St Mary's Sisterhood, 10 King street 

St Matthew's Established Church, 78 Ferry road 

St Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Arthurstone terrace 

St Patrick's Roman Catholic School, 59 Lilybank road 

St Paul's, or South Church (Established), Nethergate, opposite Union street 

St Paul's Cathedral Church, Castlehill, top of Seagate 

St Paul's TT.F. Church, 116 Nethergate 

St Peter's U.F. Church, St Peter street 

St Roque's Branch Library and Reading Rooms, 1 Blackscroft 



PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 43 

St Roque's Mission Church (St Paul's Episcopal), 57 Blackscrof t 

*St Salvador's Episcopal Church and Halls, top of St Salvador street 

St Stephen's Established Church, Dundee road, "West Ferry 

*St Stephen's Church Hall, Dundee road, West Ferry 

St Vincent's Hostel, 26 Magdalen Yard road 

Sailors' Home, 62 Dock street 

Sailors' Reading-room, east side of Customhouse 

Salem Chapel, Salem street, 59 Constitution road 

Salvation Army Halls— 42 Victoria road, North Lindsay street, Constitution 
street, 2 "Well road ; 31 Gray street, Bro. Ferry ; Marshall street, Lochee ; 
Working Women's Hotel and Industrial Home, Courthouse square 

Sanatoria for Consumptives, Auchterhouse, and Ashludie, Monifieth 

Sanitary Inspector's Office, Courthouse square and West Bell street 

Saturday Post Office, Albert square 

Savings Bank, 2 Euclid street. Branch Offices — 1 Stirling street, 146 Princes 
street, 181 Hawkhill ; 84 Fort st., Broughty Ferry ; 55 High st., Lochee 

Scottish Board of Health (Insurance Section), 49 Trades lane 

Scottish Prohibitionist Office, 6 St Andrew's street 

School Wynd U.F. Church, 6 South Lindsay street 

Sculpture Galleries, corner of Ward road and Barrack street 

Seafield House Preparatory School, Clay pots road, Broughty Ferry 

Seamen's Chapel, Candle lane 

Session Clerk's Office, 11 Whitehall street 

Sheriff Clerk's Office, Courthouse buildings, West Bell street 

Shipping Federation Office, 65 Trades lane 

Shipping Office, Sailors' Home buildings, Candle lane 

Shipping Porters' Offices — Harbour Porters, west side Victoria dock ; Ham- 
burg and Liverpool Porters, north side Victoria lockway 

Shore Dues Office, Customhouse buildings, Dock street 

Sick Poor Nursing Society — Caird Home for Nurses, 41 Magdalen Yard road 

Sidlaw Sanatorium, Auchterhouse 

Skating Ponds at Stobsmuir, Pitkerro road ; and at Claypots, Broughty Ferry 

Slaughterhouses, East Dock street 

Smallpox and Cholera Hospital, Kingscross, West Clepington road 

Social Union Hall, 39 Carnegie street 

Socialist Prohibition Fellowship, Unity Hall, 15 Hilltown 

South Road Public School, 77 South road, Lochee 

Southern Public School, Fisher street, Broughty Ferry 

Stamps and Taxes — Assessor and Surveyor's Offices, 29 and 31 Bank street 

Stobswell Public School, Eliza street 

Stock Exchange, 1 Royal Exchange place 

^Tailors', Operative, Hall, 51 Overgate 

Tay Ferries Office and Station, Craig pier, South Union street 

Tay Square U.F. Church, Tay square 

Tay Street Public School, 46 South Tay street 

Teachers' Training College, Small's wynd ; New Training College, Park place ; 
May field Hostel, 206 Ferry road ; Gardens, Kirkton, Mains 

Technical College and School of Art, Bell street 

Telegraph Offices (see Post Offices) 

Telephones, Post Office, 13 Panmure street 

Territorial Force Association Office, 13 Panmure street 

Theatres and Picture Houses (see Cinema Houses and Theatres) 

*Thistle Hall, 21 Peter street 

Town Clerk's Office, City Chambers, 14^ High street 

Tramway Manager's Office, St Clement's lane 

Trinity Congregational Union Church and Hall, 74 Victoria road 



44 PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, Ac- 

Tuberculosis, Municipal Dispensary for, 1 Tally street 
Unemployment Insurance — see National Health Insurance 
Union Bank, 2 Panmure street 

Union U.F. Church, 75 Fort street, Broughty Ferry 
^Union Weavers' Hall, High street, Lochee 
Unionist Association — Offices, 34 Reform street ; Northern District Beading 

Rooms, 20 Rosebank street. Broughty Ferry Unionist Club Rooms, 

Queen street, Broughty Ferry 
Unitarian Christian Church, 53 Constitution road 
Unity Hall (Socialist Prohibition Fellowship), 15 Hilltown 
University College, 149 Nethergate and 1 to 9 Perth road ; Hostel for Women 

Students, 1 Airlie place 
Valuation Department, Inland Revenue, 31 Albert square 

* Victoria Art Galleries, Albert square 

* Victoria Hall, High street, Lochee 

Victoria Hospital, Royal, Balgay, off Blackness road 

Victoria Road Public School, King's road, Victoria road 

Victoria Street U.F. Church, Victoria st., at junction with Brown Constable st. 

Volunteer Hall, 95 Church street, Broughty Ferry 

Voters' Begistration Office, 47 Overgate 

Wallacetown Established Church, Crescent street, opposite Ferguson street 

*Wallacetown Established Church Hall. Crescent street 

Wallacetown Public School, Crescent street 

War Pensions Office, 30 and 36 North Lindsay street 

Ward Chapel, Congregational Union Church, foot of Constitution road 

Ward Road Baptist Church, south side of Ward road 

Washhouses, Public — Bleaching Green, Constitution road ; and in connection 

with Public Baths at Guthrie street, Caldrum street, Constable street, 

Miller's wynd, and Lochee 
Water Commissioners' Office, 95 Commercial street ; Manager's Office, 93 

Commercial street ; Water Works Office, Ward road ; Broughty Ferry 

Collector's Office, 134 Brook street, Broxighty Ferry 
^Weavers' Union Hall, 130 High street, Lochee 
Weekly News Office and Weekly Welcome Office, Albert square 
Weights and Measures — Inspector's Office, 156 Overgate 
Wellburn Roman Catholic Institution, Liff road, Lochee 
*Wellgate Hall, 59 Wellgate 

'*West U.F. Church and Hall, 39 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
*West U.F. Church and Hall, High street and Nicoll's lane, Lochee 
Western Club, 1 New Inn entry, High street 
*Western Hall, 20 Taylor street, Lochee 
AVestern Public School, Dundee road, AVest Ferry 
Willison Mission Halls, Dudhope Crescent road 
Willison U.F. Church, 56 Barrack street 
Wishart U.F. Church, 61 King street 

Women's Hospital and Nursing Home, Elliot road, Blackness road 
Women's Professional and Business Club (S.G.F.S.), 28 Ward road 
Working Girls' Boarding House (Church of Scotland), 19 Seafield road 
Working Girls' Hostel, 17 Bright street, Lochee 

Working Men's Gardens (see Gardens, Working Men's), Allotments (see p. 49) 
*Y.M.C.A. Rooms, 10 Constitution road; Broughty Ferry Y.M.C.A., 147 

Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
*Y.W.C.A. Institute and Boarding-House, 33, 37, 39 South Tay street; 

Restaurant, 33 South Tay street. Broughty Ferry Y. W.C. A., 175 Brook 

street, Broughty Ferry. Lochee Y.W.C.A., 35 High street, Lochee 
Zion Full Gospel Mission Hall, 13 Charles street 



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MUNICIPAL WARD BOUNDARIES. 

Ward First. — On east by the east boundary wall of the estate of Craigie 
and continuation thereof to river ; on north by Arbroath road, Princes street, 
King street, Cowgate ; on west by Murraygate, High street, Castle street, 
through Ho}' al Arch to river ; on south by river. 

Ward Second. — On west by burgh boundary ; on north and west by Perth 
road, Small's wynd, Hunter street, Brook street, Westport, Overgate, High 
street ; on east by Castle st., through Royal Arch to river ; on south by river. 

Ward Third. — On north by Clepington road, burgh boundary; on west 
by burgh boundary ; on east and south by Hospital street, Loons road, 
Lawside road, Lawsteps, through lands of Balgay in a straight line from 
bottom of Lawsteps to Ancrum road at Gibb's lane, Ancrum road, farm road 
at Hillhead farm to burgh boundary. 

Ward Fourth. — On east by the east boundary wall of the estate of 
Craigie ; on north by burgh boundary, Pitkerro road, Dura street, Laing 
street, Cotton road ; Ann street ; on west by Forebank road, King's road ; on 
south by King street, Princes street, Arbroath road. 

Ward Fifth. — On east and north by burgh boundary ; on west by Hill- 
town, Mains road, Provost road, Old Glamis road ; on south by Ann street. 
Cotton road, Laing street, Dura street, Pitkerro road. 

Ward Sixth. — On east and north by King's road, Forebank road, Ann 
street, Hilltown, Constitution street, Somerville place, Dudhope terrace, 
north side of Dudhope park ; on west by west side of Dudhope park, Lochee 
road, North Tay street ; on south by Overgate, High street, Murraygate, 
Cowgate, King street. 

Ward Seventh.— On east by Hilltown, Mains road, Provost road, Old 
Glamis road ; on north, west, and south by burgh boundary, Clepington 
road, Hospital street, Loons road, Lawside road, Albany terrace, Inverlaw 
place, Dudhope terrace, Somerville place, Constitution street. 

Ward Eighth. — On west by burgh boundary ; on south by Blackness 
road, Brook street, Westport ; on east and north by North Tay street, 
Lochee road, west side of Dudhope park, north side of Dudhope park, 
Inverlaw place, Albany terrace, Lawside road, Lawsteps, through lands of 
Balgay in a straight line from bottom of Lawsteps to Ancrum road at Gibb's 
lane, Ancrum road, farm road at Hillhead farm to burgh boundary. 

Ward Ninth. — On west by burgh boundary ; on north by Blackness 
road, Brook street ; on east by Hunter street and Small's wynd ; on south 
by Perth road. 

Ward Tenth. — On south by river ; on west by east boundary wall of the 
estate of Craigie and continuation thereof to river ; on north by burgh 
boundary ; on east by Fort street and Forthill road, Broughty Ferry, and 
thence northward through vacant land to burgh boundary. 

Ward Eleventh. — On south by river ; on west by Fort street and Forthill 
road, Broughty Ferry, and thence northward through vacant land to burgh 
boundary ; on north and east by burgh boundary. 



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MUNICIPAL LISTS. 

INLAND REVENUE (VALUATION DEPARTMENT).— Offices-31 
Albert square. District Valuer, J. Lorimer Thomson, F.S.I. ; Valuer, 
Charles Mann, F.S.I. 

VALUATION OF THE BURGH.— The Valuation of the Burgh (includ- 
ing Railways, &c.) for the year 1919-1920 is £1,147,367 2s, as against 
£1,123,520 4s for 1918-19. Increase, £23,846 18s. 

LANDS VALUATION AND REGISTRATION OF VOTERS ACTS.— 

City Assessor and Registration Officer, A. A. Lorimer, 47 Overgate ; 
Collector, A. W. Stiven, 95 Commercial street. 

POPULATION. — According to the Census returns, the population of 
Dundee was in 1891, 153,330 ; in 1901, 161,173 ; in 1911, 165,006 ; and now 
through boundary extensions is estimated, at the middle of 1920, at 189,000. 

MAGISTRATES AND TOWN COUNCIL.— 

Magistrates. 
Lord Provost, and Lord-Lieutenant of the County of the City of Dundee — 

Sir William Don, 3 Douglas terrace 
Lord Dean of Guild— P. S. Nicoll, 65 Trades lane 
Treasurer — James C. Robertson, 33 Forfar road 
Hospital Master and Kirk Master — Andrew L. Ramsay, 5 Seafield lane 

Bailies. 



W. H. Buist, 100 Commercial street 
Neil Macdonald, 69 Clepington road 
Jas. B. Archer, 40 King st., Bro. Ferry 
John G. Kinmond,Duntrune ter. , W. F. 



Robert Allan, 47 Rankine street 
David Neave, 14 Bright street, Lochee 
Peter Gillespie, 3 Dalhousie terrace 
D. S. Smith, St Margaret's, E.Newport 



Councillors. 



Ward First. 
Wm.HuntleyBuist, 100 Commercial st. 
Nicholas Marra, 49 Wilkie's lane 
John Ogilvie, 17 Maryfield terrace 

Ward Second. 
William Nicoll, 2 Dalgleish road 
Adam Malcolm, 35 Commercial street 
Alexander Spence, 19 West Dock st. 

Ward Third. 
Sir William Don, 3 Douglas terrace 
David Neave, 14 Bright street, Lochee 
Alex. Aimer, 23 Dudhope street 

Ward Fourth. 
Neil Macdonald, 69 Clepington road 
James C. Robertson, 33 Forfar road 
J. S.Brown, 240 Brook st., Bro. Ferry 

Ward Fifth. 
A. B. Crichton, 19 Argyle street 
J. G. Eraser, 13Kirkton rd.,Downfield 
John Reid, 27 Lintrathen gardens 



Ward Sixth. 
William Forwell, Hillcrest, Monifieth 
James Reid, 1 Balgay street, Lochee 
Daniel S. Smith, 3 Murraygate 

Ward Seventh. 
George A. Johnston, 6 Adelaide ter. 
Simon Geo. Fraser, 17 Hospital wynd 
D. H. Campbell, 21 Lorimer street 

Ward Eighth. 
Peter Gillespie, 3 Dalhousie terrace 
Robert Allan, 47 Rankine street 
Patrick Joseph Fletcher, 142 Overgate 

Ward Ninth. 
Peter M'Cabe, 11 Laurelbank 
John M. Soutar, 31 Reform street 
Andrew L. Ramsay, 5 Seafield lane 

Ward Tenth. 
Jas. B. Archer, 40 King st., Bro. Ferry 
John G. Kinmond, Duntrune ter. , W. F 
Jas. H. Halley, Fairfield rd., West F v. 



Ward Eleventh. 

Francis L. M'Grady, 199 Brook street | David Hynd, Summerbank, W. Ferry 

James Gillies, 23 Beach crescent, Broughty Ferry 



MUNICIPAL LISTS. 47 

Standing Committees, &c. — Works Committee — Lord Provost Don, 
Bailies Buist, Archer, Neave, Gillespie; Hospital Master Ramsay; Lord 
Dean of Guild Nicoll ; Treasurer Robertson ; Councillors Spence, Forwell, 
S. G. Fraser, Gillies, Crichton. Councillor Spence, Convener. 

Public Health Committee — Lord Provost Don ; Bailies Archer, Gillespie ; 
Lord Dean of Guild Nicoll ; Treasurer Robertson ; Councillors S. G. Fraser, 
Ogilvie, Malcolm, Aimer, Crichton, Forwell, M'Cabe, Hynd. Councillor S. G. 
Fraser, Convener. 

Parks and Cemeteries Committee — Lord Provost Don ; Bailies Macdonald, 
Archer, Gillespie ; Lord Dean of Guild Nicoll ; Hospital Master Ramsay ; 
Councillors Gillies, Ogilvie, Nicoll, Aimer, John Reid, Forwell, S. G. Fraser. 
" Councillor Gillies, Convener. 

Tramways Committee — Lord Provost Don ; Bailies Buist, Macdonald, 
Kinmond, Allan, Neave, Smith ; Councillors Malcolm, Johnston, Campbell, 
M'Cabe, J.G. Fraser, Jas.Reid, Crichton, Hynd. Councillor Malcolm, Convener. 

Electricity Committee — Lord Provost Don ; Bailies Buist, Kinmond, Allan, 
Smith ; Councillors Hynd, Spence, Aimer, Brown, J. G. Fraser, Johnston, 
M'Cabe. Councillor Hynd, Convener. 

Police and Lighting Committee — Lord Provost Don ; Bailies Buist, Kinmond, 
Allan, Neave, Smith ; Councillors M'Cabe, Nicoll, Ogilvie, Brown, J. G. 
Fraser, James Reid, Hynd, Johnston. Councillor M'Cabe, Convener. 

Housing and Town Planning Committee — Lord Provost Don ; Bailies Archer, 
Allan ; Treasurer Robertson ; Councillors John Reid, Ogilvie, Spence, Aimer, 
J. G. Fraser, James Reid, S. G. Fraser, Campbell, M'Cabe, Gillies. Councillor 
John Reid, Convener. 

Cleansing Committee — Lord Provost Don ; Bailies Macdonald, Archer, 
Gillespie, Smith; Hospital Master Ramsay; Councillors Ogilvie, Crichton, 
Spence, Aimer, Campbell, Gillies. Councillor John Ogilvie, Convener. 

Water Committee — Lord Provost Don ; Bailie Neave; Treasurer Robertson ; 
Councillors M 'Grady, Marra, Spence, John Reid, Forwell, Johnston, Fletcher, 
Soutar, Halley ; also member elected by Newport, viz. : — Provost James 
Coutts, Clifton, Newburgh road, AVormit. Councillor M 'Grady, Convener. 

Gas Committee — Lord Provost Don; Councillors Nicoll, Marra, Aimer, 
Brown, John Reid, James Reid, Campbell, Fletcher, Soutar, Halley, 
M 'Grady. Councillor Nicoll, Convener. 

Markets and Baths Committee — Lord Provost Don; Bailies Macdonald, 
Neave ; Councillors Forwell, Marra, Malcolm, John Reid, Campbell, 
M'Grady, Fletcher, Soutar, Halley. Councillor Forwell, Convener. 

Laio and Finance Committee — All the Members of Council. Treasurer 
Robertson, Convener. 

The Checking Accounts Committee consists of all the Conveners and the 
Hospital Master. Treasurer Robertson, Convener. 

Property Buying and City Hall Committee. — Lord Provost Don ; Bailies 
Buist, Macdonald, Archer, Kinmond ; Treasurer Robertson ; Councillors 
Spence, Forwell, Aimer, John Reid, S. G. Fraser. Councillor Spence, Con- 
vener. 

Council Representatives at Meetings of Commissioners of Supply of Forfar- 
shire — Lord Provost Don ; Bailies Macdonald, Neave, Smith ; Lord Dean of 
Guild Nicoll ; Treasurer Robertson ; Councillors Spence, Soutar. 



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CITY OFFICIALS.— 
Town Clerk — William H. Blyth Martin, City chambers. 
Depute Town Clerks — David Latto and James M 'Lagan, City chambers. 
Police and Water Treasurer — Alex. W. Stiven, C.A., 95 Commercial street ; 

branch office, 134 Brook street, Broughty Ferry. 
City Chamberlain, and Gas and Electricity Treasurer — W. M. Burke, 

89 Commercial street ; branch office, 444 Brook street, Broughty Ferry. 
City Engineer and City Architect — James Thomson, C.E., 91 Commercial st. 
Water Works Engineer— George Baxter, M.I.C.E., 93 Commercial street. 
Gas Engineer and Manager, and Inspector of Lighting — Alexander Yuill, 

Gas Works, East Dock street. 
City Electrical Engineer — H. Richardson, M.I.E.E., Electric Lighting 

Station, Dudhope Crescent road. . 
. City Tramways General Manager and Engineer — Walter T. Young, Town 

House buildings ; Consulting Engineer, Peter Fisher, Town House 

buildings. 
Procurator-Fiscal for Police Court — Archibald Bell, Central Police chambers. 
Chief Constable -John Carmichael, Central Police chambers, West Bell st. 
Deputy Chief Constable— David Davidson, Central Police chambers. 
Chief Inspector of Weights and Measures, &c— Alexander M. Imrie, 156 

Overgate. 
Superintendent of Parks and Cemeteries — Alexander Macrae, 93 Commercial 

street. 
Assessor — Allan A. Lorimer, 47 Overgate. 
City Analyst — Andrew Dargie, B.Sc, 140 Perth road. 
Medical Officer of Health— William Leslie Burgess, M.D., D.P.H., 17 West 

Bell street. 
Police Surgeon — Donald J. Forbes, M.B., 6 South Tay street. 
Medical Officer of the Municipal Dispensary for Tuberculosis and Assistant 

Medical Officer of Health— John H. Hunter, M.B., Ch.B., D.P.H., 

1 Tally street. 
Assist. Tuberculosis Officer— Dr J. M. Clark, Ashludie Sanatorium, Monifieth. 

Chief Sanitary Inspector and Shop Inspector , 17 West Bell street. 

Veterinary Surgeon — Hugh Ferrier, M.R.C. V.S., 17 West Bell street. 
Superintendent of Cleansing — John Duncan, 28 East Dock street. 
Engineer and General Manager of Public Baths and Wash-houses — Walter 

M'Gregor, A.M.I.Mech.E., Central Baths, West Protection wall. 
Superintendent of Markets and Slaughterhouses — J. A. Baxter, A.R.S.I., 

Public Slaughterhouses, East Dock street. 
Superintendent of Fish Market, and Fruit and Flower Market, and Collector 

of Petty Customs — James Walker, Market, Shore terrace. 
Firemaster— James S. Weir, Central Fire Station, West Bell street. 
City Auditor — R. C. Thomson, C.A., 11 Reform street. 
Police Auditor — Sidney Milne, C.A., 11 Reform street. 
Water Auditor — L. F. Robertson, C.A., 22 Meadowside. 
Gas and Electricity Auditor— R. C. Thomson, C.A., 11 Reform street. 
Lord Provost's Secretary — John A. Turnbull, City chambers. 
Council Officer — George D. Bedson, City chambers. 
Caretaker of City Chambers — Christopher S. Lowson, Townhouse buildings. 

MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT. — Burgh of Dundee — Right. Hon. 
Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill (Coalition Liberal, 25,788), Secretary 
for War, Whitehall, London, S.W.I. Alexander Wilkie (Labour, 24,822), 
Wilkie chambers, Eldon square, Newcastle-on-Tyne. County of Forfar — 
Captain W. T. Shaw (Coalition Unionist, 5G97). 



MUNICIPAL LISTS. 49 

PARKS AND CEMETERIES.— Office, 93 Commercial street— Alexander 
Macrae, F.R.H.S., Superintendent. Office open during the week from 
9 a.m. till 5 p.m., and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. till 12 noon only. Offices 
at the Eastern Necropolis and Western Necropolis open during the day. 

Public Parks. — Balgay Park, west end of Scott street and south end of 
Ancrum road ; Barnhill Links, south of railway at east end of city ; Baxter 
Park, north side of Arbroath road; Bleaching Green (Markets and Baths 
Department), west side of Constitution road ; Caird Park, Den of Mains ; 
Claypots Skating Pond, Claypots road at Arbroath road ; Downfield Public 
Park and Recreation Ground, Strathmartine road, Downfield ; Dudhope 
Park, Barrack road ; Esplanade, fronting river ; Fairmuir, east side of 
Strathmartine road; Grassy Beach, West Ferry ; Law Hill, north of Albany 
terrace ; Lochee Park, Ancrum road ; Magdalen Green, south side of Mag- 
dalen Yard road ; Morgan Street Recreation Ground, east side of Morgan 
street ; Orchar Park, south side of Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry ; Reres 
Hill Park, north side of Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry ; Stobsmuir, Pitkerro 
road and Clepington road ; Victoria Park, off Blackness road and Balgay road. 

Public Bowling Greens in Baxter Park, Dudhope Park, Fairmuir, Lochee 
Park, Magdalen Green, Orchar Park, and Victoria Park. 

Public Tennis Courts in Victoria Park, Baxter Park, Magdalen Green ; 
and at Esplanade, Broughty Ferry. 

Public Golf Course at Barnhill Links, Broughty Ferry. 

Public Skating Ponds at Stobsmuir, Pitkerro road ; and Claypots, B.F. 

Gymnasia for Children in Dudhope Park, Lochee Park, Victoria Park, 
Baxter Park, Magdalen Green, Stobsmuir Recreation Ground ; Orchar Park, 
Dundas street, Esplanade, and Grassy Beach, Broughty Ferry ; and in open 
spaces at Blackscroft, Lyon's close, Guthrie street, Logie street, Tannadice 
street, Clepington road, and Overgate. 

Burial Grounds. — Constitution RoadBurying Ground; Eastern Necropolis, 
Arbroath road ; Howff, Meadowside ; Logie Bur} T ing Ground, Lochee road ; 
Old Cemetery, Dundas street, Broughty Ferry ; Parish Church Burying 
Ground, Broughty Ferry ; Roodyards, Ferry road ; St Andrew's, Cowgate ; 
St Peter's, Perth road; Western Necropolis, Balgay hill. (The Lord Provost, 
Magistrates, and Council are the Parochial Board for burial ground purposes). 

Barnhill Cemetery, Strathmore street, Barnhill (under Monifieth Parish 
Council). — Superintendent, William Simpson, Cemetery lodge, Barnhill. 

Western Cemetery, Perth road (under Dundee Cemetery Co., Ltd.). — 
Superintendent, H. Robertson, Western Cemetery, Perth road. 

Vegetable Allotment Gardens (Under Cultivation of Lands (Scotland) 
Order, 1917), have been laid out at Ferry road, Hillcrest road, Binrock (Perth 
rd.), Stirling Park, Wedderburn st., Arklay st., Perrie st. and Earl st. (Lochee), 
Melrose terrace, Shepherd's loan, Clepington road (at Maryfield Chair Works), 
Meadows, Hospital street, Murray street, West Clepington road (Co-operative 
Bakery Park), Loons road (Boase's Park), Blackness avenue, Balgay road, 
Lammerton terrace, Hazel drive, Park terrace, Dundee road (beside Beach - 
tower), Panmure terrace (Barnhill). 

SCOTTISH VETERANS' GARDEN CITY ASSOCIATION, Dundee 
and District Branch. — Hon. President, Sir William Don ; Chairman of 
Executive Committee, David Stewart, Chellwood, Monifieth; Hon. Trea- 
surers, Robertson & Taylor ; Hon. Secretary, Edward Cowan, 4 High street. 

FORFAR COUNTY POLICE.— Chief Constable, Robert T. Birnie, 
County buildings, Forfar. Dundee Office, Johnston street ; Inspector John 
Alexander. Downfield Office, Sergeant George Suttie. Fintry Office, 
Pitkerro rd. ; Constable John Morrison. Birkhill Office, Constable Dav. Morris. 

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CITY POLICE ESTABLISHMENT.— Central Office, West Bell street 
(Telephone, Superintendent's Room, No. 351). District Stations — Broughty 
Ferry Office, Brook street, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. 327) ; Eastern 
Office, 144 Princes street ; Harbour Office, Dock street ; Lochee Office, South 
road, Lochee ; Northern Office, 64 Carnegie street ; Western Office, 194 Brook 
street. John Carmichael, Chief Constable (Telephone No. 1522). 

H.M. Prison, West Bell street. — David Duncan, Governor ; Professor 
Stalker, Medical Officer; Rev. George M 'William, Chaplain; Rev. John 
Hampton Shepherd, Church of England Visiting Clergyman ; Rev. J. 
Doherty, R.C. Visiting Clergyman; Miss Scrimgeour, Matron. 

Sanitary Department, West Bell street.— Dr W. L. Burgess, Medical 

Officer of Health ; , Chief Sanitary Inspector ; Hugh Ferrier, Veterin 

ary Surgeon. 

Cleansing Department, 28 East Dock street. — John Duncan, supt. 

Fire Brigade. — Central Station, West Bell street ; J. S. Weir, Fire- 
master ; J. White, Deputy-Firemaster. Eastern Station, Brown Street, 
Broughty Ferry ; Southern Harbour Station, King William Dock ; Western 
Station, South road, Lochee. 

DUNDEE COMBINATION PARISH COUNCIL.— 



First Ward. 
David Kinnear, 21 Princes street 
Henry Anderson, 39 Victoria street 
Mrs Agnes Mitchell, 13 Clepington rd. 

Second Ward. 
Elizabeth J. Scotland, 89 Magdalen grn. 
Robt. Blackwood, Holly cot., W.N'port 
Monsignor Turner, 150 Nethergate 

Third Ward. 
Dan. Henderson, Ryl. Bank hse., Lochee 
David Mitchell, 6 Ancrum rd., Lochee 
John Rosemond, 1 Marshall st. , Lochee 

Fourth Ward. 
Mrs Allan, 89 Clepington road 
Alex. Davidson, 15 Baxter Park ter. 
David F. Mudie, 4 Balmore street 

Fifth Ward. 
Agnes Husband, 67 Murraygate 
James Gordon, 16 Forebank road 
Alexander Gow, 135 Alexander street 



Sixth Ward. 
Mrs Gordon, 45 Milnbank road 
James Laburn, Camperdown house, 

Broughty Ferry 
Thomas Russell, 5 Nelson terrace 

Seventh Ward. 
Thomas Dunn, 2 Lintrathen gardens 
Peter Gray, 36 Strathmartine road 
John Muir, 13 Kirkton road, Down- 
field 

Eighth Ward. 
James Macintosh, 4 Hermonhill ter. 
Charles M'Kinlay, 46 Scott street 
John J. Malloy, 17 Eillcrest road 

Ninth Ward. 
Wm. K. Shannon, 4 Easson's angle 
William J. Traynor, 6 Peddie street 
W. M. Ames, Hazel drive 
Broughty Ferry and Dundee Landivard Wards. 
Wm. Bruce, Montpelier, by Dundee I Jas. Keith, Balunie, by Broty. Ferry 
Alex. Tocher, Homemount, B. Ferry I Mrs Strachan, Westhorpe, B. Ferry 

Council meets on first Wednesday of each month at 7.15 p.m., except when 
otherwise arranged— James Macintosh, Chairman. 

Parish Council Offices, West Bell street.— Inspector and Clerk of 
Council, Robert Allan (Telephone No. 1666) ; Depute-Inspector, John M. 

Poor Rates Office, West Bell st.— Collector of Poor and School Rates 
and Cashier, Wm. Scrimgeour (Telephone No. 1667); Assistant Collector, 
Alexander Walker. 

East Poorhouse, Eliza street.— Governor, John Chisholm (Telephone 
No. 303) ; Matron. J. F. MacLellan ; Resident Medical Officer, Dr Ida Wood ; 
Head Nurse, Margaret Walker ; Chaplain, Rev. John Campbell. 

Ashcliff, Perth road— Children's Home.— Matron, Mrs Grossart (Tele- 
phone No. 2501). 



MUNICIPAL LISTS. 5i 

MONIFIETH PARISH COUNCIL (including Broughty Ferry).— 

Monifieth East. 
Alexander R. Denovan, 77 Brook st., 

Monifieth 
DavidJohnston, 95 High st., Monifieth 
David Macrae, Vanburen, Monifieth 
James R. Adams, 12 Durham Street 

gardens, Monifieth 

Landward District. 
R. B. Galloway, Woodlands, Wellbank 
John M. Wilson, Kingennie farm 
John Millar, Brookdale, Monifieth 



Monifieth West or Broughty Ferry. 
Alexander M'Leod, 4 Norma ter., B.F. 
James A. Roberts, Hawthorn cot. , B. F. 
James 0. Ellis, Camphill road, B.F. 
Alexander Tocher, Homemovmt, B.F. 
David Dunn, Camperdown st., B.F. 
David Galloway, Ramsay park, B.F. 
David Goodfellow, 81 Gray street, B.F. 
Alex. R. Moonie, Guthrie ter., Barnhill 
Alex. Robb, 435 Brook st., Bro. Ferry 
John B. Sutherland, 85 Fort st., B.F. 



Clerk, Inspector, and Collector, John R. Dryden, 180 Brook street, Broughty 
Ferry ; Cemetery Superintendent, George H. Mackenzie, Cemetery lodge, 

Barnhill ; Medical Officer, ; Registrars, John R. Dryden, Broughty 

Ferry, and William J. B. Hay, Monifieth. 

PARISH COUNCILS.— Rural Districts— 

Auchterhousb.— William Cochrane, Chairman ; Sir Herbert K. Ogilvy, 
Major James Peddie, William M. Mackison, Rev. John K. Cameron. Clerk 
and Inspector, William P. Ramsay, Auchterhouse. 

Fowlts Easter.— J. B. Young, Chairman; John E. Murray, P. L. 
Ballingall, R. Constable, D. T. Shaw. Clerk and Inspector, Thomas Steele, 
Fowlis Easter. 

Liff and Benvie. — Joseph Murray, Chairman ; Rev. William S. Buchan, 
James Robbie, John R. Pratt. James Reid. Inspector and Collector, Tom 
Lambert. 

LONGFORGAN. — W. C. Lawson, Chairman; Mackenzie G. Douglas, John 
Crocket, AVm. S. Mackie, James Shepherd, Thos. Hay, John Prain, George 
Wilkie, Wm. G. Walker. Clerk and Inspector, David M. Boyd, Longforgan. 

Lundie. — Rev. John Sinclair, Chairman; James Edward, James Doig, 
William Clark, Sydney Smith. Inspector, Nicoll M'Farlane, Lundie. 

Mains and Strathmartine. — A. F. Durkie, Chairman; William G. 
Bower, John Grant, John Y. Rogers. Clerk and Inspector, J. M. Clark, 
468 Strathmartine road, Downfield. 

Monikie. — J. W. A. Wilson, Chairman ; Alexander Christie, Robert 
Henderson, Peter Grant, James Mann, Alexander M 'In tyre, John Nairn. 
Clerk and Inspector, S. Low, Schoolhouse, Newbigging. 

Murroes. — David Johnston, Chairman; Arthur Scott, Alan Glen, A. 
Nicoll, T. Baird. Clerk and Inspector, H. A. Forsyth, Murroes. 

Tealing. — Walter G. Duncan, Chairman; William Bell, Rev. S. 
Macaulay, James Millar, James Stirton. Clerk and Inspector, David Dunn, 
Schoolhouse, Tealing. 

FORFAR AND KINCARDINE DISTRICT BOARD OF CONTROL.— 
William Smith, Balzeordie, Brechin, Chairman; James Allan, Mill of 
Kinnaber, Montrose ; Archibald Whyte, Inverquharity ; F. M. Batchelor, 
Kellyfield ; William Ferrier, Friockheim ; David Reid, Letham ; James 
Graham, Balcathie ; Sir Thomas Burnett, Bart., of Leys, Crathes ; James 
Anderson, Pitcarry, Bervie ; Edwin G. Gibb, Victoria street, Stonehaven ; 
Arthur B. Nicolson, of Glenbervie, Fordoun ; David S. Porteous, Lauriston, 
St Cyrus; Ex-Bailie John Lamb, Forfar; Provost Henderson, Brechin; 
Provost Anderson, Arbroath ; Councillor J. W. Plenderleith, Montrose. 
Members elected by Parish Councils of Forfarshire and Kincardineshire, 
Sir Herbert K. Ogilvy, Bart., of Balclovan ; David R. Arnot, Mains of Edzell ; 
F. S. Armit, Arbroath ; William Nicoll, Rescobie ; Thomas Wedderspoon, of 



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Castleton ; Herbert Lyall, Maryton ; George C. Suttie, Chairman of St 
Cyrus Parish Council ; Sir John R. Gladstone, Bart., of Fasque, Fetter- 
cairn. Co-opted Members, Mrs Murray, Forfar ; Mrs Low, Balmakewan, 
Marykirk. Clerk and Treasurer, R. Freer Myles, Forfar. 

DUNDEE DISTRICT BOARD OF CONTROL.— The Members of Dundee 
Combination Parish Council; Chairman, Thos. Russell; Clerk and Treasurer, 
Robert Allan, Parish Council chambers, West Bell street ; Medical 
Superintendent, William Tuach-Mackenzie, M.D., Westgreen house, Liff ; 
Chaplain, Rev. Donald Davidson ; Clerk and Storekeeper, Thomas R. Smart. 

Office of Board — Parish Council chambers, West Bell street. 

REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES.— 

Registration must be effected as follows, viz. : — Births within 21 days ; 
Deaths within 8 days ; Marriages within 3 days ; Vaccinations within 6 
months — unless certificate of postponement be granted by a qualified Medical 
Practitioner, or statutory declaration of conscientious objection provided. 
Parties registering births ought to produce proof of the marriage of the 
parents. 

Registration Districts. — Where boundaries are described by roads and 
streets the centre lines thereof to be taken. To ascertain in what District 
any particular street or terrace may be situated, see List of Streets, page 
19, where the figures in brackets ( ) denote the various Registration 
Districts ; or consult the reduced plan of the Registration Districts which 
appears in a corner of the accompanying Plan of Dundee. 

1st or St Mary and St Peter Districts. — Commencing at a point on the river 
front at its intersection with the western City boundary and proceeding 
along the City boundary to Blackness road, thence along Blackness road, 
Glamis road, Elliot road, Jedburgh road to the eastern boundary of 
Victoria Hospital grounds, an imaginary line through Victoria Park to 
Scott street, along Scott street, Milnbank road, Polepark road, Lochee 
road, Ward road, North Lindsay street, South Lindsay street, Nethergate, 
Union street, South Union street to Esplanade, and thence along river front 
to point of commencement. Office, 57 Perth road ; Thomas Meek, Registrar. 
Hours, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 12 noon : Monday, Tuesday, 
Thursday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. 

2nd or St Clement District — Commencing at a point on the river front 
at its junction with east end of Esplanade, thence along the curved end of 
Esplanade, South Union street, Union street, Nethergate, South Lindsay 
street, North Lindsay street, Ward road, Lochee road, western and northern 
boundaries of Dudhope Park to Inverlaw place, thence along Inverlaw place, 
road to Law, Kinghorne road, line of old Newtyle railway, Loons road, 
Harefield road, Dundee and Newtyle railway, Clepington road, Provost road, 
Mains road, Hilltown, Wellgate, Cowgate, St Andrew's street, Trades lane, 
road on east side of Customhouse buildings, road on south side of Victoria 
dock, road on east side of Patent Slip buildings to the river front, and thence 
along river front to point of commencement. Office, 93 Commercial street ; 
Alex. Buchan, Registrar ; Hours, as above. 

3rd or St Andrew District — Dundee Portion. — On west by road on east 
side of Patent Slip buildings, road on south side of Victoria dock, road on 
east side of Custom-house buildings, Trades lane, St Andrew's street, Cow- 
gate, Wellgate, Hilltown, Mains road, Provost road ; on north by Clepington 
road as far east as Forfar road, thence in a straight line to the junction of 
Old Craigie road with Pitkerro road, Parliamentary and Old Dundee Parish 
boundary, Burgh boundary ; on east by Dundee Combination Parish bound- 
ary at Clay pots road, Brook street, and Church street, Broughty Ferry. 
Office, 16 King street ; James Murray, Registrar. Hours, as above. 



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4th or Lochee District. — Commencing at a point in the western 
City boundary at its junction with Blackness road and proceeding thence 
along the western City boundary, the northern City boundary to Clepington 
road, thence along Clepington road, Dundee and Newtyle railway, Harefield 
road, Loons road, line of old Newtyle railway, Kinghorne road, road to Law, 
Inverlaw place, northern and western boundaries of Dudhope park, Lochee 
road, Polepark road, Milnbank road, Scott street, an imaginary line through 
Victoria Park from Scott street to Jedburgh road at the eastern boundary 
of "Victoria Hospital grounds, Jedburgh road, Elliot road, Glamis road, and 
thence along Blackness road to point of commencement. Office, 64 High 
street, Lochee ; J. Robertson Nicoll, Registrar ; Hours, as above. 

5th or Mains District — Dundee Portion. — On north and east by burgh 
boundary, on south and west by Clepington road as far east as Forfar road, 
thence in a straight line to the junction of old Craigie road with Pitkerro 
road, thence by Parliamentary boundary and. old Dundee Parish boundary. 

6tfi or Monifieth West District — Dundee Portion. — On west by Monifieth 
Parish boundary at Church street, Brook street, and Claypots road, Broughty 
Ferry, on north and east by burgh boundary, on south by river. Office, 180 
Brook street, Broughty Ferry ; John R. Dryden, Registrar. 

SESSION CLERKS (Registrars for the Proclamation of Banns).— For the 
Parish of Dundee and quoad sacra Parishes of Balgay, Chax^elshade, Cleping- 
ton, Fairmuir, Logie, Maryfield, Rosebank, St Andrew's, St Enoch's, St 
Matthew's, and Wallacetown — Charles Soutar, 11 Whitehall street (office 
hours, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon ; Monday, Tuesday, 
Thursday, 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.). For Parish of St Mark's — H. A. Pattullo, 1 
Bank street. (Proclamations to be lodged with Thomas Meek, Registrar, 
57 Perth road.) For Broughty Ferry — Parish Church, Rev. W. J. Sym, 
Manse, Queen street, Broughty Ferry ; St Stephen's, D. S. "Webster, 210 
Brook street, Broughty Ferry ; St Margaret's, R. C. Thomson, Eastwood, 
Barnhill ; Beach, Rev. James Burgess. For Downfield, Rev. Henry Dodd, 
L.R.C.P. and S., Downfield. For Lochee and St Luke's, George M'Farlane, 
2 Perrie street, Lochee ; George Hill, 184 High Street, Lochee. For Liff and 
Benvie, Alex. Gloag, Schoolhouse, Liff. (Banns for the Parish of Liff 
and Benvie are also received for Proclamation by Thomas Meek, 57 Perth 
road ; J. Robertson Nicoll, 62 High street, Lochee. ) 

GUILDRY INCORPORATION.— Lord Dean of Guild, P. S. Nicoll; 
Assessors, A. F. Durkie, W. Campbell Scarlett, William Anderson, T. B. Taylor, 
Thomas Milne, W. S. Nicoll, W. G. Anderson, C. J. Bisset, James King, 
Wm. Hunter, J. G. Sibbald, Wm. Foggie, David Dickie, Thomas Russell, 
Alex. Spence, Jas. Nicoll, Robert Steven, Neil Macdonald ; Collector, David 
Don ; Clerk, Joseph Wilkie, 20 Reform street. 

MALTMEN INCORPORATION.— Deacon, W. H. Brown; Boxmaster, 
W. B. Ballingall ; Clerk, James Fenton, 39 Murraygate. 

NINE INCORPORATED TRADES.— Convener, James S. Nicoll; Box- 
master and Clerk, James Simpson, 12 Bank street. 

Deacons. Assessors. 

Bakers David Goodfellow Robert Burnett 

Shoemakers Alex. B. Smith John E. Mann 

Glovers Wm. C. F. Stewart Daniel S. Smith 

Tailors R. R. Taylor Jas. A. Graham 

Bonnetmakers John E. Williams Thomas Shaw 

Fleshers Alex. Wood Wm. Maiden 

Hammermen George Cuthbert John N. Bisset 

Weavers Chas. L. Fair weather James B. Philip 

Dyers Francis Stevenson John L. Stevenson 



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THREE UNITED TRADES.— Convener, William Foggie ; Boxmaster, 
Duncan H. Bruce ; Clerk, Joseph Wilkie, 20 Reform street. 

Deacons. Boxmasters. 

Masons, James Gibson. Geo. Carnegie 

Wrights, .... William Foggie. Thomas C. Stocks. 

Slaters, James M. Fyffe. 

COUNTY OF FORFAR COUNTY COUNCIL.— 

Dundee District. — W. D. Graham Menzies, Coupar Angus ; John Grant, 
Craigmills ; Robert B. Galloway. Wellbank; John Nairn, Monikie; William 
Bell, Balnuith ; Alexander F. Durkie, Mill of Mains ; F. M. Batchelor, of 
Kellyfield ; Sir Herbert K. Ogilvy, Bart., of Baldovan ; David Johnston, 
Leyshade, Murroes ; Josepb Murray, Dryburgh ; D. C. E. Erskine of Lin- 
lathen. Clerk and Treasurer, and Collector of Rates, H. A. Pattullo, 1 Bank st. 

Arbroath District.— George Rodger, Waulkmills, Arbroath ; William 
Binnie, Crofts, Carmyllie; Alexander Lyell, Montrose; George M. Robertson, 
Millfield, Arbroath ; James Kydd, Scryne, Carnoustie ; Francis H. Mac- 
Connachie, East Maule street, Carnoustie ; George Jarron, Arbikie ; William 
Ferrier, Friockheim; Percy E. Morgan, Windyhills ; James Graham, Bal- 
Balcathie ; James G. Hunter, Willowbank, Carnoustie. Clerk and Treasurer 
and Collector of Rates, M R. Dickson, Arbroath. 

Office-Bearers. — Convener, Wm. Smith, Balzeordie, Brechin; Vice-Con- 
vener, W. Shaw Adamson of Careston ; County Clerk and County Road 
Clerk, R. Freer Myles, Forfar ; County Treasurer and County Assessor, D. J. 
Carnegy, Forfar ; Medical Officer, Dr Sinclair, Forfar ; Sanitary Inspector, 
Dr Sinclair, Forfar ; Inspector of Weights and Measures, (vacant) ; 
County Auditor, William R. Kydd, Dundee ; County Analyst, Andrew 
Dargie, Dundee ; Chief Constable of County, Robert T. Birnie, Forfar. 

COUNTY OF FIFE COUNTY COUNCIL.— 

Cupar District.— Members resident in or near Dundee— Lieut. -Colonel 
H. A. Bethune of Mountquhanie, Cupar ; William Low of Blebo ; David Lees 
of Easter Pitscottie, Cupar. 

St Andrews District. — Simon Forrest, Craigard, Newport ; Dr. James 
Orr, 61 Castle street, Tayport. 

Office-Bearers. — Convener, Sir Ralph Anstruther, Bart., of Balcaskie, 
Pittenweem ; Joint Clerks, William D. Patrick and J. M. Mitchell, Cupar ; 
Treasurer and Collector, David Osborne, Cupar ; Medical Officer, Dr G. Pratt 
Yule, Cupar ; Assistant Medical Officer, Dr A. D. Campbell ; Tuberculosis 
Officer, Dr Beatrice Garvie. Sanitary Inspectors— Cupar District, Marshall 
Gorrie ; St Andrews, John Macrae ; Kirkcaldy, James Low ; Dunfermline, 
William Davison. 

COUNTY OF PERTH COUNTY COUNCIL.— 

Perth District. — Members resident in or near Dundee — Thomas Holling- 
worth, Newmains, Inchture ; W. S. Mackie, of Waterybutts, Errol ; David 
Hardie, Errol Estates office, Errol. 

Office-Bearers. — Convener, Earl of Mansfield ; Vice-Convener, William 
Henderson ; Clerks and Treasurers, David Marshall and T. B. Marshall, 
County buildings, Perth ; Medical Officer, Dr John T. Graham, Perth ; Sani- 
tary Inspector, Robert M'Nicoll, Perth. 

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR COMBATING VENEREAL DISEASES, 
Dundee and District Branch. —President, S. G. Fraser ; Vice-Presidents, 
Mrs Kennedy and Bailie Robertson (Arbroath) ; Hon. Secretary, Wm. H. 
Blyth Martin, Town Clerk ; Assistant Hon. Secretaries, Dr M. Scott Dickson 
and T. M. Davidson. 



MUNICIPAL LISTS. 55 

DUNDEE MATERNITY SERVICE AND CHILD WELFARE SCHEME 

(Public Health Department of Dundee Town Council), Office, 23 Victoria 
road. — Medical Officer of Health, Dr Burgess; Medical Officer under the 
Scheme, Dr Margaret Scott Dickson. Consultations for Mothers and 
Infants, also Baby Clinics, at 23 Victoria road, 50 Caldrum street (at Public 
Baths), 73 Princes street, 100 Blackness road ; 10 Lome street, Lochee ; and 
Municipal buildings, Broughty Ferry. 

Nursing Mothers' Restaurants — 71 Blackscroft, and 5 Lome street, 
Lochee. 

Day Nurseries — 33 Isles' lane, 52 Cotton road, 33 Lilybank road, 26 North 
George street. 

EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGE (Ministry of Labour).— Office, 54 and 55 
Dock street. Manager, James M. Graham ; Deputy Manager, Thomas B. 
Menzies. 

NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE.— Contribution cards for use in 
connection with the National Health Insurance scheme are issued free of 
charge at Post Offices. Pamphlets and leaflets regarding Health Insurance, 
and a list of xYpproved Societies, can also be had at Post Offices, and Board 
of Health Office, 49 Trades lane. 

SCOTTISH BOARD OF HEALTH (Insurance Section).— Eastern Dis- 
trict Office, 49 Trades Lane (comprising counties of Forfar, Perth, Fife, 
Clackmannan, and Kinross). — District Inspector, Miss D. Spence Allan; 
Assistant Inspectors, James Thomson, Miss Margaret M'Mann, D. M. Kay; 
Health Insurance Officers, G. A. Fraser, Miss J. S. Baxter ; Clerk, Miss R. 
Young. 

DUNDEE BURGH INSURANCE COMMITTEE (under National Health 

Insurance Acts). — Chairman, William Harvey ; Vice-Chairman, Miss Agnes 
Husband ; Medical Adviser, Dr J. H. Hunter. Clerk and Treasurer, David 
Duncan (Telephone No. 637), office, 2 Union street — Hours, daily except 
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. ; also Monday and 
Friday evenings, 7 to 8. 

Appointed by Town Council — William Forwell, Peter M'Cabe, S. G. 
Fraser, David Neave, P. J. Fletcher, J. B. Archer, D. S. Smith, John 
Ogilvie, James Gillies, Mrs Wm. Kinnear, Dr R. C. Buist, Dr Young, Miss 
M. H. Median. 

Appointed by Scottish Board of Health — James Cunningham (merchant), 
Miss A. Husband, Miss M. Kynoch, Charles Stephen, Dr Jessie J. Thorn, 
Dr J. K. Tulloch, J. H. Thomson, Miss Violet B. Pirret. 

Appointed by Local Medical Committee — Dr Kinnear, Dr G. F. Whyte. 

Appointed to Represent Insured Persons — R. D. Robertson, James S. Gibb, 
William Harvey, William Bisset, Joseph Sherwood, William Bell, E. H. 
Porter, William Smith, Joseph Cassidy, James Ward, Alexander Ross, 
Nicholas Marra, James Cunningham, Peter Gillespie, David Smith, Ernest 
C. Miller, W. Gilroy, P. Mitchell, H. J. Mitchell, William Clark, Chris- 
topher Ward, Patrick Dobson, Alexander Simpson, Alexander Ogilvie, 
George Scrymgeour, John Simpson, Miss E. S. Walker, James Gordon, Mrs 
Young, Miss A. M. Galloway, Miss K. Coghill, David Hume, John Walker, 
J. Moir, John Reid. 

Sanatorium Benefit Committee.— S. G. Fraser, Wm. Harvey, Miss 
Husband, William Bisset, Alexander Ogilvie, Dr G. F. Whyte, P. Mitchell, 
Wm. Clark, Dr Kinnear, Mrs Young, Miss Galloway, John Reid, James 
S. Gibb, George Scrymgeour ; William Harvey, Convener. 



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Medical Benefit Committee.— William Harvey, Peter M'Cabe, William 
Bisset, Nicholas Marra, William Bell, ft. D. Robertson, E. H. Porter, W. 
Gilroy, J. H. Thomson, Mrs Kinnear, Miss Husband, David Hume, Dr 
R. C. Buist, Dr Young; Dr R. C. Buist, Convener; William Bisset, 
Vice-Convener. 

Finance Committee.— William Harvey, Miss Husband, William Forwell, 
James S. Gibb, Charles Stephen, W. Gilroy, Miss Kynoch, William Bell, 
P. Mitchell ; William Bell, Convener. 

For list of Doctors prepared to attend insured persons, and of Chemists 
and others undertaking the supply of drugs, medicines, and appliances, 
see Trades and Professions section of Directory. 

APPROVED SOCIETIES (NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE).— The 
undernoted are Societies represented by a Local Secretary; for information as 
to other Societies which may have a membership in Dundee the complete Roll 
of Approved Societies should be consulted at the Post Office, or at the Clerk's 
office, 2 Union street. 

TRADES UNION. 

Name of Society. 

Bakers and Confectioners, Oper.,of Scot., N.F.U. 

Blacksmiths' and Ironworkers' Society, Associated 

Boilermakers, Iron and Steel Shipbldrs., No. 1 Br. 

No. 2 Br. 
Bookbinders and Machine Rulers, Nat. Union of 
Boot and Shoe Operatives, National Union of 
Brass Founders' and Finishers' Society 
Brushmakers, National Society of 
Carpenters and Joiners. Amal.* Society of, No. 1 Br. 

No. 2 Br. 
,, ,, LocheeBr. 



Clerks' Association, Scottish 
Curriers, United Society of Journeymen 
Domestic Servants' Association, Scottish 
Drapery and Selected Trades Socy., D'deeand Dist. 
Engineers, Amalgamated Society of, No. 1 Branch 
,, ,, No. 2 Branch 

,, ,, No. S Branch 

,, ,, No. 4 Branch 

,, ,, No. 5 Branch 

,, ,, Lochee Branch 

Furnishing Trades 
Gas and General Workers' Union 



Local Secretary. 
David H. Campbell, 21 Lorimer st. 
James Ogg, 8 Clepington street 
A. Croll, 34 Watson street 
Peter Sydie, 9 Ogilvie street 
William Robertson, 3 Balmore st. 
Alex. Brown, 41 Bald o van terrace 
G. G. Wanless, 13 Cardean street 
T. J. Stepto, Long lane, Bro. Ferry 
William Gold. 27 Provost road 
John Harra, 20 Park avenne 
David Chalmers, 37 Strathmartine 

road 
David Blackadder, 32 Castle street 
Chris. Gellatly, 5 Dallfield terrace 
Miss L. C. Stewart, 51 S. Tay street 
P. J. Robertson, 26 Castle street 
Charles Morris, 63 Logie street 
Geo. T. Stewart, 14a Fleuchar street 
John R. M. Strachan, 7a Ogilvie st. 
Wm. H. Mackay, 13 Ellen street 
J. F. Fraser, 15 Brown Constable st. 
P. M'Farlane, IKilberryst., Lochee 
John Winton, 56 Main street 
Alexander Donnet, 2 Grove street 



General Federation of Trade Unions (Calender- "l 

workers, Dockers, Jute and Flax Workers, J- Nicholas Marra, 8 Overgate 



Musicians, League of the Blind) 
Horse and Motormen's Society, Scottish 
Iron, Steel, and Brass Dressers' Society 
Ironmoulders of Scotland, Associated 
Lithographic Printers, Amalgamated Society of 
Machine Workers' Association, United 
Masons' Association of Scotland, Operative 



James Wilson, 85 Liff road, Lochee 
David Brown, 46 Kincardine st. 
William Millar, 21 Pitfour street 
Skelton M. Christie, 2 Forester st. 
Sturrock A. Ross, 4 Molison street 
Alexander Aimer, 23 Dndhope st. 



Mill and Factory Operatives, Dundee and District Miss E. S. Walker, 2 Ireland's lane 



Painters' Society, Scottish 

Patternmakers' Association, United 

Plumbers' and Domestic Engineers' Assoc, U.O. 

Printers' Assistants, Nat. Society of Operative 

Railwaymen, National Union of 

Seamen's and Firemen's Union, National 

Shipconstructors' and Shipwrights' Association 

„ „ ' Drillers' Sec. 

Shop Assistants, Warehousemen, & Clerks, N. A. U. 



John Kenneth, 10 St Matthew st. 
Walter Scott, 58 Peddie street 
Sam. M'Gregor, 17 School rd.,D'field 
Alfred Brown, 20 Forebank road 
William Keir, 24 Baxter street 
Charles Kinnear, 14 Gellatly street 
D. Robertson 52 Watson street 
John Hill, 11 Robertson street 
Roy T. Butchart, 26 Commercial st. 



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Slaters' Society of Scotland, Amalgamated 

Smiths and Strikers, U.K. Society of Amalgamated 

Steel Smelters, Mill, Iron, and Tinplate Workers 

Tailors' and Tailoresses' Society, Scottish Oper. 

Tailors' Society, Amalgamated 

Tinplate Workers' Society 

Typographical Society, Scottish 

Vehicle Builders, National Union of 

Vehicle Workers, United 

Woodcutting Machinists, Amalgamated Society of 



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Kenneth M'Leod, 389 Brook street 
R. Norrie, 12 Watt street 
David P. M'Laren, 42 Lilybank road 
Thomas Macdonald, 44 High street 
George Hunter, 27 Provost road 
William Pullar, 27 Milnbank road 
John M. Spink, 49 Dens road 
Thomas Braid, 29 St Peter street 
Joseph Smart, 46 High st. , Lochee 
James F. Reilly, 17 Mortimer street 



FRIENDLY AND BENEFIT. 



Catholic Insurance Society, Dunkeld Diocesan 
No. 2, St Mary's 
No. 4, St Patrick's 

Dens Works Benefit Fund Society 

Foresters, Ancient Order of 

Foresters, Irish National, Branch Wm. O'Brien 

„ ,, Br. Our Lady of Victories 

Gardeners, Ancient Order of Free 
Gardeners, St Andrew's Order, Sons of Eden Lodge 

Good Templar Health Insurance Society 
Hibernians, Ancient Order of (Board of Erin) 
Nalgo Approved Society 
Oddfellows (Bolton Unity), Dundee District 

„ ,, City of Dundee Lodge 

Oddfellows, Cal. Order of Unit. , Banks of Tay Lodge 
Oddfellows,Man.Unity,BonAccord&Thistle Lodge 
Rechabites, Independent Order of 

Rural Workers' Friendly Society, Scottish 
Shepherds, Loyal Order of Ancient 

Women's Friendly Society, Associated 
Women's, North of Scotland, Insurance Society 



J. Dolan, 41 Reform st., Dist. Secy. 

Thomas Stanton, 13 Baffin street 
David Patterson, Dens Works 
Jas. M'Laren, 24 Baxter Park terr. 
(For Court Secretaries see p. 123. ) 

- Alex. Marshall, 39 Forebank road 

D. Bell, 59 Logie street, Lochee 
A. W. Mackie, 14 Gardner street 
(For Lodge Secretaries see p. 1190 

C. Gordon M'Kenzie, 12 Molison st. 
John Welsh, 116 Rosebank street 
A. Gibson, 89 Commercial street 
James Carmichael, 13 William st. 

D. Carmichael, 13 William street 
(For Lodge Secretaries see p. 119. ) 
Alex. Beedie, 98 Logie st., Lochee 
David Jack, 41 Benvie road 

Wm. Bisset, 32 Bank st., Dist. Secy. 
(For Tent Secretaries see p. 121 J 
J. Anderson, 185 Clepington road 
James S. Gibb, 9 Tally street 
(For Lodge Secretaries see p. 119.) 
Miss Kate Coghill, 13a Ward road 
Miss Law, 44 High street 



INSURANCE COMPANIES' APPROVED SOCIETIES. 



City of Glasgow Approved Society 
Liverpool Victoria Friendly Society 
Prudential Assurance Co. 
Royal Liver Friendly Society 
Scottish Legal Health Assurance Society 
National Amalgamated Approved Society- 
Britannic Assurance Co. Section 
British Legal Assurance Co. Section 
Pearl Assurance Co. Section 
Refuge Assurance Co. Section — District No. 2 
„ No. 3 
Royal London Mutual Insurance Society Section 



Fred. Smith, 21 Reform street 
G. E. Bryant, 54 Commercial street 
P. Mitchell &R. Welsh, 31 Albert sq. 
J. Dunn, 31 Murraygate 
Edward H. Porter, 2b King street 

David Smith, 23 Panmure street 
David Galloway, 38 Whitehall st. 
J. Moir, 30a Meadowside 
E. C. Millar, 45 Commercial street 
T. F. Gray, „ ,, 

M. Cairns, 74 Murraygate 



UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE— Court of Referees.— Chairman, James 
Allison ; Deputy-Chairman, F. E. Scott ; Appeals Officer, R. Grant, 
44 Drumsheugh gardens, Edinburgh ; Employers' Representatives, H. 
Drummond, G. Barclay, D. Low, "YV.-B. Thompson, T. David, J. K. Anderson, 
W. Parker, J. Shanks (Arbroath), W. T. Robertson (Blairgowrie), W. Watson 
(Perth), D. Gorrie (Perth) ; "Workmen's Representatives, R. Ferguson, W. 
Miller, M. Adamson, A. Powrie, W. Carstairs, W. Fernie, W. Coupar, J. 
Carnegie, H. Proctor, R. S. M'Kechnie (Arbroath), W. E. Lawson 
(Arbroath), A. F. Peters (Arbroath), James M'Nab (Blairgowrie), H. Hynd 
(Perth), Ed. Roscoe (Perth). 



58 MUNICIPAL LISTS. 

Local Office, Employment Exchange, 54 Dock street. Manager, James M. 
Graham. 

Local Agencies— Broughty Ferry and Monifieth, R. Henderson Smith, 
Brook street, Broughty Ferry ; St Andrews, George Wilson, North street, 
St Andrews ; Tayport, J. Clark, Post Office, Tayport ; Glamis, D. N. 
Morrison, Glamis Estate Office. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT LOCAL EMPLOYMENT COMMITTEE, 
established by Ministry of Labour in connection with the Employment Ex- 
change. — Sir James Urquhart (Chairman), Peter Gillespie (Vice-Chairman ), 
Mrs Maitland, Miss Jeanie Spence, E. M. Allan, Grant Barclay, T. N. J. 
Bell, D. M. Brown, D. H. Campbell, J. Cunningham, James Cunningham, 
Alex. Duncan, James Hutton, J. M'Corquodale, D. J. Macdonald, Charles 
Maitland, D. T. Patterson, Andrew P. Pellow, John F. Sime. S. Swadel, 
T. B. Taylor, W. S. Thompson, John Walker, T. H. H. Walker. Secretary, 
James M. Graham, 54 Dock street ; Assistant Secretary, M. W. Lees. 

Sub-Committee foe Women's Work.— Mrs Maitland (Chairman), Miss 
Husband (Vice-Chairman), Mrs Cockburn, Mrs Ireland, Mrs P. Thorns, 
Misses Batting, Lizzie Milne, M. Smeaton, Jeanie Spence, Jessie Strachan, 
Jessie L. Yule. Secretary, James M. Graham ; Assistant Secretary, Miss 
G. A. P. Mackie. 

Dundee Advisory Committee for Juvenile Employment. — Chairman, 
Lord Provost Sir William Don ; Chairman of Executive Committee, D. J. 
Macdonald ; nominated by Dundee School Board, C. J. Bisset, George 
Coulthard, Lord Provost Sir William Don, Miss Agnes Husband, Miss 
Minnie Kynoch, Very Rev. Canon Lavelle, Peter Reid, George Simpson, 
Miss Barbara Sutherland, Very Rev. Canon Turner, James Watt, John E. 
Williams, Rev. Henry Williamson, Miss Mary Wilson ; nominated by 
Broughty Ferry School Board, John R. Christie ; Representatives of 
Employers, D. M. Brown, Lt. Col. Hill, William Henderson, D. J. Macdonald ; 
Representatives of Workpeople, James Cunningham, Alex. Ogilvie, James 
S. Brown, Geo. Wanless ; Persons specially interested in Boys and Girls, 
David Low, William Mackenzie, Edward Shepherd, Mrs Wm. Kinnear, 
T. M. Davidson. Secretary, G. Webster, Employment Exchange, 54 Dock 
street. 

Juvenile Organisations and After-Care Sub-Committee.— Chairman, 
D. J. Macdonald ; Vice-Chairmen, William Gilroy, G. Knowles ; Conveners 
of Ward Committees, (1) F. Russell, (2) G. Will, (3) Rev. H. Williamson, 
(4) A. Ogilvie, (5 and 7) G. Coulthard and C. G. Mackenzie, (6) H. B. Martin, 
(8) J. F. MacDiarmid, (9) William Gilroy ; Secretary, Miss A. G. Piggot, 
Employment Exchange, 54 Dock street. 

Dundee Port Labour Committee, Employment Exchange, 54 Dock 
street. — J. Hannay Thompson (Chairman), Engineer Commander D. G. 
Black, P. Gillespie, R. T. Leitch, Bailie Mackie, W. F. Soutar, Walter 
Young, John Walker ; the Divisional Officer, Ministry of Labour, Employ- 
ment Department, Edinburgh ; James M. Graham (representing Board of 
Trade). Secretary, M. W. Lees. 

Joint Sub-Committee of Representatives of Dundee Local Advisory 
Committee and of Local War Pensions Committees of Dundee, For- 
farshire, and Fifeshire. — T. B. Taylor (Chairman), D. Costello (Vice- 
Chairman), Rev. A. W. Fergusson, Dr Sloan, D. M. Brown, W. J. Carnegie, 
James Cunningham, P. Gillespie, John R. Pratt, J. F. Sime, Jas. Simmons. 
Joint Secretaries, James M. Graham and J. Armstrong Barry. 





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OLD AGE PENSIONS. — The statutory conditions for the receipt of an 
Old Age Pension are :— (1) Applicant must Lave attained the age of 70 years ; 
(2) must have been 20 years a British subject, and for 12 years out of the 20 
had his residence in the United Kingdom ; (3) yearly income must not exceed 
£19 17s 6d. Pension per Week, 

S. D. 
Where the yearly means do not exceed £26 5s per annum 
Exceed £26 5s, but do not exceed £31 10s 
£31 10s „ „ £36 15s 

£36 15s ,, ,, £42 0s 

., £42 0s ,, ,, £47 5s 

£47 5s „ ,, £49 17s6d 

£4917s6d 

The Dundee Local Pension Committee consists of all the members of the 
Town Council, and these have delegated their powers and duties to the 
following Sub-Committees : — Eastern Division, the representatives of Wards 
I., IV., V., and Miss Mary H. J. Henderson; Western Division, the 
representatives of Wards II., VIII., IX. ; Northern Division, the representa- 
tives of Wards VI., VII. ; Lochee Division, the representatives of Ward 
III., Lord Provost, Lord Dean of Guild and D. Mitchell ; Broughty Ferry 
Division, the representatives of Wards X., XL, and ex-Bailies Godfrey 
and Sim. 

Clerk to Local Pension Committee and to Western and Lochee Divisions 
Sub-Committees, W. H. Blyth Martin, City chambers ; Clerk to Eastern 
and Northern Divisions Sub-Committees, David Latto, City chambers ; 
Clerk to Broughty Ferry Sub-Committee, William Luke, Municipal Build- 
ings, Broughty Ferry. 
Old Age Pension Office, Customhouse, Dock street. 

LIEUTENANCY OF THE COUNTY OF THE CITY OF DUNDEE.— 
Lord-Lieutenant, Lord Provost Sir William Don ; Deputy -Lieutenants, Earl of 
Strathmore, Sir G. W. Baxter, Bart. , William Hunter, Sir James Low, Bart., 
Sir George Ritchie, Sir Charles Barrie, William Longair, William Henderson, 
David Cooper Thomson, Col. W. G. Thomson, Lieut. -Col. H. Scrymgeour- 
Wedderburn, William H. Biyth Martin, Sir James Urquhart, A. B. Crichton, 
T. H. Smith, Col. Adamson, Lieut. -Col. Nicoll, Col. J. B. Muir, T. N. J. 
Bell, Alexander Spence, A. R. Mechan ; Clerk of Lieutenancy, William H. 
Blyth Martin, Town Clerk. 

MINISTRY OF FOOD.— District Office, 37 High street. District Food 
Officer, Robert Paterson. 

Dundee Area Road Transport Section.— Transport Officer, W. M. 
Burke, jun. ; Secretary, Charles Soutar, 11 Whitehall street. 

DUNDEE WAR MEMORIAL COMMITTEE.— Lord Provost Sir W. Don; 
Bailies Buist, Kinmond ; Treasurer Robertson ; Councillors Spence, Crichton, 
J. G. Fraser, C. T. Godfrey ; T. B. Barnes, J. Armstrong Barry, C. J. Bisset, 
Sir George Baxter, Dr Rogers, T. B. Taylor, R. C. Thomson, Major Cappon, 
| Dr Alexander Campbell, Sir James Urquhart, T. L. Miller, William Rettie, 
| James Guthrie, Stewart Carmichael, Lady Don, Mrs W. H. Buist, Mrs 
Hendry, T. Delgaty Dunn, J. R. Soutar, J. Wyllie, J. Thomson, Dr A. 
: H. Millar, Principal Mackay, T. H. Smith, George Bonar, Miss Husband, 
! Mrs J. S. Y. Rogers, Lady Baxter, Mrs Harry Walker, Miss Mechan, Mrs 
I Blyth Martin, MissPattullo ; Secretary, W. H. Blyth Martin, City chambers. 
BOARD OF TRADE OFFICE, 61 Dock Street.— Surveyor for the Board 
of Trade and Examiner of Engineers, J. Graham, M.I.M.E. ; Ship Surveyor, 
I W. W. Harris ; Outdoor Officer, C. E. Heath. 



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DUNDEE LOCAL CENTRAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE.— Chair- 
man, J. C. Robertson ; Vice-Chairman, W. H. Buist ; Hon. Treasurer, 
Lewis F. Robertson, 22 Meadowside ; Hon. Secretary, David Blackadder, 
32 Castle street. 

SHOPS ACT— CLOSING ORDERS.— All shops carrying on the retail 
trades or businesses aftermentioned in the City and Royal Burgh of Dundee 
shall be closed for serving customers throughout the year as under, viz. : — 

Mon. Tue. Wed. Thur. Fri. Sat. 

Butchers, 7 7 17 7 10 

Ironmongers, 8 8 1 8 8 10 

Watch and Clock Makers and Dealers, 8 8 1 8 S 10 

Jewellers, Opticians, Hatters, Tailors, 

Clothiers, Outfitters, 8 8 1 8 8 10 

Boot and Shoe Makers and Dealers, ... 8 8 1 8 8 10 
China, Crystal, Stoneware, Hardware, 
Fancy Goods, Toy, and Indiarubber 

Merchants, 8.30 8.30 1 8.30 8.30 10 

Grocers, Tea and Provision Merchants, 7 7 17 8 8 

Drapers, Hosiers, Glovers, Milliners, 

Children's Outfitters, 8.30 8.30 1 8.30 8.30 10 

Pharmacists, Chemists, Druggists — 
except as regards the sale of medicines 
and medical and surgical appliances, ... 8.30 8.30 1 8.30 8.30 10 

Barbers, Hairdressers, 8 8 1 8 8 8 

All shops within the area consisting of Perth road, Nethergate, Union 
street, Whitehall crescent, High street, Murraygate, King street, Princes 
street, Albert street, Dura street, and Victoria road in which the retail trade 
or business of a Fruiterer and Florist is carried on shall be closed for the 
Weekly Half-Holiday on Wednesday at 2 p.m. throughout the year. 

Where the occupier of any shop elects to close for the Weekly Half -Holiday 
on Saturday instead of Wednesday, the closing hour on Wednesday shall be 
such as corresponds with the closing hour of an ordinary week-night, and on 
Saturday the closing hour shall be 1.30 p.m. 

Where any business other than the above-named is carried on in any shop 
to which the Order applies, such shop may be kept open after the closing 
hour for such particular business alone provided that (a) there shall be 
exhibited on exterior and in interior of shop, notices in letters not less than 
2 inches in size, — "Shops Act, 1912. This shop is closed for to-day, except | 

for the sale by retail of " ; (b) so far as practicable, no goods ordinarily 

forbidden to be sold at such time shall be exhibited. 

Customers may be served on any day after the closing hour with victuals 
or stores for a ship on her arrival at or immediately before her departure 
from the port. 

There are excepted from the above specified evening-closing hours the 
following periods, viz. : — Thursday and Friday in the week preceding the 
Dundee Annual Holiday Week, and the period from 18th to 31st December, 
and the day preceding a public holiday ; and as respects Barbers' and 
Hairdressers' Shops, the 1st and 2nd Januar} r . 

Note.— There are two Orders concerning Fishmongers at present before 
the Town Council which may materially alter the above. 



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JUDICIAL LISTS. 

REGISTRATION OF VOTERS INQUIRY.— This Inquiry or Court is 
held in the Registration Office, 47 Overgate, at such times as are fixed by 
the Registration Officer, five clear days' notice being given to the various 
persons affected. 

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY.— Courts for the trial of criminal cases 
in Forfarshire, and disposal of certain appeals from the Sheriff Court, are held 
within the Court House, Dundee, at such times as may be necessary. 

SHERIFF COURT— DUNDEE DISTRICT.— Court Rooms, Sheriff-Clerk's 
Office, and Procurator-Fiscal's Office, in the Court buildings, West Bell 
street. Small Debt Court held on Tuesdays, at 10.30 forenoon ; Summary 
Removing Court held on Tuesdays and Fridays at 10.30 a.m. ; and Ordinary 
Court on Wednesdays and Fridays, at 10.30, during the Session. Courts are 
Held during the vacation, of which the dates are fixed before close of Session. 

Sir John M'Kie Lees, K.C., Sheriff -Principal ; E. W. Neish, B.A., 
Advocate, Sheriff-Substitute; Christopher J. Bisset, Sheriff -Clerk ; A. J. 
Findlay, A. G. Tait, and John Wilson Spence, Sheriff-Clerk Deputes ; A. J. 
Findlay, Auditor of Court ; W. F. Mackintosh, Procurator -Fiscal ; Charles 
Soutar and Charles C. Cheyne, Deputes Procurator-Fiscal ; J. J. Johnstone, 
James Mitchell Gray. Henry A. Pattullo, J. C. Buist, Sir James Low, Bart., 
Robert Hendry, J. B. Ballingall, W. H. Blyth Martin, Samuel S. Goudie, 
Hon. Sheriff-Substitutes ; John Cruickshank, Bar-Officer. 

The Sheriff-Clerk's Office is open from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. every lawful day, 
except Saturdays, when it is closed at 1 p.m. 

BURGH OR BAILIE COURT.— Held in the Burgh Court Room, City 
chambers, for summary removals every Thursday at 9.15 a.m. The Bailies, 
Judges ; the Town Clerk, Assessor. Officers, George Mitchell, Alex Forbes, 
William Stewart. 

POLICE COURT.— Held in Police Court Room, AY. Bellst., every morning 
at 9.30. The Magistrates of the Burgh, Judges ; Archibald Bell, Procurator- 
Fiscal ; William H. Blyth Martin, Assessor and Clerk of Court ; David 
Latto, James M 'Lagan, John A. Turnbull, Deputy Assessors ; James 
M. M 'Walter, Agent for Prisoners ; George Mason, Bar-Officer. Proba- 
tion Officers— Major Sarah Alvey, Adjutant Charlotte Manson, Michael 
Traynor, Sister Vincent Walsh, J. D. Owler, Miss Helen H. Hill, Mrs 
Binnie. 

A Court is held in Municipal Buildings, Broughty Ferry, also at 9 a.m., 
when occasion arises, and is presided over by the Magistrate who presides in 
the Police Court, Dundee, on the preceding week. 

CHILDREN'S COURT, Police Court bldgs., W. Bell st., at 10 a.m., Tues- 
day and Friday. Magistrate presiding at Police Court presides at this Court. 

GUILD COURT.- Lord Dean of Guild Nicoll, Judge. Horatio T. Baxter, 
87 Commercial street, Interim-Fiscal. William Stewart, Officer. Joseph 
Wilkie, 20 Reform street, Assessor and Clerk of Court, 

QUARTER SESSIONS OF THE PEACE— For the County of the City 
op Dundee.— Statutory Meetings of the Justices in Quarter Sessions are 
| held in the Court Room, City chambers, on first Tuesday of March, May, 
and August, and last Tuesday of October. 

COURT OF APPEAL FROM LICENSING COURT.— Meets on the 
first Tuesday of May and the second Tuesday of November in each year, in 
the Court Room, City chambers, at 11 a.m. Members of Court, the Lord 
Provost and Magistrates, and David Air, William Hunter, William Henderson, 
A. B. Crichton, T. B. Taylor, David Dickie, J. C. Buist, J. H. Martin, 
D. M. Brown. Clerk, John L. Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 



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FACULTY OF PROCURATORS AND SOLICITORS IN DUNDEE.— 

(Incorporated by Royal Charter in 1820). — Henry A. Pattullo, Preses and 
Dean ; Charles C. Duncan, Vice-Preses and Vice-Dean ; F. E. Scott, 11 
Whitehall street, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Members of Faculty. Those marked * are Notaries Public, and are competent to act 
as Commissioners for taking affidavits to be vised in English and Irish Courts. 



*Adam, Alexander Y., 10 Whitehall 

street 
Agnew, Thomas, 5 Bank street 

* Allison, James, 61 Reform street 
*Baxter, Allan, Cromdale, Broughty 

Ferry 
*Baxter, H. T. , 87 Commercial street 
*Bell, Archibald, 54 Commercial street 
*Bisset, Chris. J., Courthouse bldgs. 
Blackadder, D., 32 Castle street 
Buchan, James, 3 King's road 
Burden, D. M., 20 Whitehall street 
Burke, A. Fordyce, 68 Murraygate 
Calder, D. R., 27 Bank street 
Carlisle, A. W, 54 Commercial street 
Carlton, Hubert, 13a Ward road 
Carmichael, George B., 46 Reform st. 
Clarke, D., 31 Reform street 
*Cowan, Edward, 4 High street 
*Dickie, W. B., 11 Whitehall street 
*Dickie, W. B., jun., 11 Whitehall st. 
*Donald, George R., 1 Bank street 
Douglas, Thomas K., 13 Albert square 
*Duncan, Charles C, 41 Reform street 
Duncan, P. F., 41 Reform street 
*Fenton, James, 39 Murraygate 
*Fergusson, J. M., 20 AVhitehall street 
Fergusson, Robert M., 20 Whitehall 

street 
Fettes, A. D. R., 31 Reform street 
*French, William Forrest, 32 Castle 

street 
Gilchrist, John G., 9 Ward Road 
*Glenny, Henry S., 34 Reform street 
Gowans, David, 26 Commercial street 
Graham, F. B., 61 Reform street 

* Graham, J. A., 2 Union street 
Grant, James, 31 Reform street 
*Gray, James M., 69 Reform street 

* Hendry, Andrew, 39 Murraygate 
Hunter, Thomas W., 69 Reform street 
Husband, James, 15 Cowgate 
Husband, J. W., 15 Cowgate 

* Husband, Peter F., 15 Cowgate 

"* Johnston, David, 34 Reform street 

* Johnston, Peter R., 46 Reform street 

* Johnstone, J. J. , 87 Commercial st. 
*Kyd, James A., 1 Albert square 
Lawson, J. Grafton, 30 Reform street 
M'Crae, B. M., 104 Commercial street 



Macdougall, W. D., 22 Meadowside 
*Melville, Lawrence, 61 Reform street 
M'Gill, William, London 
*M 'Grady, C. A., 18 Commercial street 
Mackintosh, W. F., Courthouse bldgs. 
Martin, W. H. Blyth, City chambers 
*Moncur, W. L. , 9 Ward road 
*Morrison, F. H., 10 Whitehall street 
*Ogilvie, John, 13 Albert square 
Patterson, David, 69 Reform street 
*Pattullo, Henry A., 1 Bank street 
Pearson, John, 7 Ward road 
*Petrie, A. B., 84 Commercial street 
Robertson, R. Lindsay, 69 Reform 

street 
Rollo, James A., 62 Seagate 
Ross, John. 41 Reform street 
Scarlett, W. C, Crawford lodge 
*Scott, C. M., 20 Whitehall street 
*Scott, Francis Ernest, 11 Whitehall 

street 
*Scrimgeour, James, 54 Seagate 
*Shiell, James G. , 5 Bank street 
*Simpson, James, 12 Bank street 
*Simpson, John, 87 Commercial street 
Simpson, J. Gordon, 87 Commercial 

Slid'ders, Alfred A., 10 Whitehall st. 
*Smith, Alfred, 6 Panmure street 
Smith, H. Craigie, 69 Reform street 
Smith, R. H. , 293 Brook st., Broughty 

Ferry 
Soutar, Charles, 11 Whitehall street 
*Soutar, John M., 31 Reform street 
Steven, Robert, 62 Seagate 
Stevenson, John L., 46 Reform street 
Stewart, David, 61 Reform street 
*Still, Robert, 15 Albert square 
Strachan, John R., 73 Murraygate 
Sturrock, J. Percy, Rumbling Bridge 
*Thornson, James, 1 West Bell street 
^Thomson, John, 87 Commercial street 
*Thornton, John, 15 Albert square 
Thornton, George, 15 Albert square 
*Tullis, Alex. Clark, 32 Bank street 
*Tweedie, David J., 27 Bank street 
Urquhart, Sir James, 10 Reform street 
*Wilkie, Joseph, 20 Reform street 
Young, D, O., Carnoustie 



JUDICIAL LISTS. 63 

JUSTICE OF PEACE SMALL DEBT COURT— For the County of 
the City of Dundee. — The Acting Justices of the Peace for the County of 
the City, Judges. Office, 46 Reform street — Clerk of the Peace, John L. 
Stevenson ; Depute-Clerk, Peter R. Johnston. Edward Cowan, 4 High 
street, Fiscal. The Court is held in the Court Room, City chambers, each 
alternate Monday, at 11 o'clock forenoon. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE SMALL DEBT COURT— For the Dundee 
District of the County or Forfar. — The Acting Justices of the Peace for 
Dundee District, Judges. Office, 4 High street— Edward Cowan, Clerk of 
the Peace and Assessor. A. Burns Petrie, 84 Commercial street, Fiscal. 

The Court is held in the Court Room, City chambers, each alternate Mon- 
day forenoon at 10.45. The Dundee District comprehends the Parishes of 
Dundee, Mains and Strathmartine, Liff and Benvie, Monikie, Monifieth, 
Murroes, Lundie, Auchterhouse, Tealing, Kettins, Newtyle, and Fowlis Easter. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— For the County of the City of Dundee. 
— David Air, Robert Allan (clerk), Robert Allan (Rankinest. ), William Ames, 
Alex. Anderson, C. Boyd Anderson, David A. Anderson, Henry Anderson, 
James S. Anderson, Peter Anderson, Thomas Anderson, William Anderson, 
Jas. B. Archer, W. F. Arthur, George Balfour, M.P., David Band, Grant 
Barclay, T. B. Barnes, Sir Charles Barrie, Charles C. Barrie, M.P., Sir G. W. 
Baxter, Bart., Geo. S. Baxter, James Beattie, James H. Bell, T. N. J. Bell, 
Wm. Birrell, C. J. Bisset, John N. Bisset, W. N. Boase, George Bonar, 
Wm, Boyd, Robt. J. Brough, David M. Brown, Jas. S. Brown, Peter S. Brown, 
John Bruce, T. W. Bruce, Alexander Buchan, Andrew Buist, Henry 
Buist, J. C. Buist, W. H Buist, William M. Burke, William Burns, Rev. 
Peter L. Butti, Dr Alexander Campbell, T. M. Cappon, John Carmichael, 
John Carnegie, Duncan Chisholm, William Clarke, William Cleghorn, James 
Combe, Thomas Couper, Ernest Cox, A. B. Crichton, John P. Crystal, W. 
O. Cunningham, T. M. Davidson, David Dickie, Sir Wm. Don, Geo. 
Draffen, Alex. Duncan, A. B. Duncan, David Duncan, George Duncan, 
D. C. Erskine-Erskine, Wm. A. B. Elder, A. J. Ferguson, Peter Ferguson, 
'| Colonel Fergusson, J. W. Fleming, W. P. Fleming, Patrick J. Fletcher, 
Wm. Foggie, John Forrester, William Forwell, AVilliam Frain, Dr Hugh E. 
Fraser, Simon G. Fraser, Peter Gillespie, A. B. Gilroy, Clement T. Godfrey, 
Andrew Goodfellow, James Gordon. J. B. Grimond, James Guthrie, James 
H. Halley, W. W. Halley, Michael T. Hannigan, George Harvey, William 
Harvey, Alex. S. Henderson, Daniel Henderson, Col. J. Lindsay Henderson, 
John G. Henderson, John Henderson, John R. Henderson, William Hender- 
son, William High, S. C. Hirst, John Hogan, William Hood, William 
Hunter, D. K. Hunter, David Hynd, W. B. Inglis, Alexander Johnston, G. 
A. Johnston, James Keill, G. T. Kennedy, James S. Kerr, William Kettles, 
J. Mollison Kidd, J. W. Kidd, John G. Kinmond, J. N. Kyd, James 
Laburn, George S. Lamb, Michael Lawless, Daniel Lawson, W. G. Leggat, 
R. T. Leitch, W. C. Leng, Dr Lennox, Finlay Lesslie, Sir John Lindsay 
(Glasgow), J. R. Lindsay, J. P. Longair, William Longair, Alex. Low, 
David Low, Sir James Low, Bart., John C. Low, William Low. John S. 
Lumsden, Richard Lyon, Thomas M'Burney, Peter M'Cabe, Colin Mac- 
donald, D. J. Macdonald, Neil Macdonald, John M'Erlain, Prof. MacEwan, 
Dr MacGillivray, Frank L. M 'Grady, James MTntosh, Principal Mackay, 
D. J. Mackinnon, Bernard M'Lauchlan, John MacLennan, E. F. Maitland, 
Thomas Maitland, Adam Malcolm, Thomas Malone, James Malloch, John 
Malloch, J. J. Mallov, Nicholas Marra, Charles H. Marshall, J. H. Martin, 
1 ! J. M. Martin, Sir T. "Carlaw Martin. Wm. H. Blyth Martin, A. R. Mechan, 
,] George Melville, James Mill, A. H. Millar, Thomas L. Millar, 
David Mitchell, J. M. Hunter Mitchell, John Mitchell, John Mitchell 
(auctioneer), Frank T. Mudie, John Mudie, Colonel J. B. Muir, 






64 JUDICIAL LISTS. 

B. L. Nairn, G. N. Nairn, David Neave, P. S. Nicoll, William 
Nicoll, W. S. Nicoll, Robert M. Noble, Sir H. K. Ogilvy, Bart., 
Colonel T. H. Ouchterlony, C. B. Ovenstone, William Parker, Robert 
Paterson, N. A. Pattullo, David Peebles, J. A. Peebles, William Philip, 
Joseph Philip, James Prain, jun., William Pringle, John Prosser, Stephen 
M. Rae, James Ramsay, John Reid, Peter Reid, William Reid, William 
Rettie, Sir George Ritchie, George B. Ritchie, James B. Robb, James 
Robertson, James C. Robertson, John Robertson, John Robertson, F.S.A., 
Robert Robertson, Major Rogers, James Ross, Thomas Russell, F. D. 
Stewart Sandeman, David Scott, John C. Scott, William Scott, William R. 
Scott, George Scrymgeour, Fred B. Sharp, James H. Shaw, Thomas 
Shaw, John G. Sibbald, Dr Sinclair, Daniel S. Smith, James Smith, 
James N. Smith, Thomas H. Smith, Andrew Spalding, Alexander Spence, 
John Spence, Andrew Spreull, Prof. Stalker, Prof. Steggall, Alfred Steven- 
son, Frank Stevenson, Athole F. Stewart, Charles Stewart, J. H. Stewart, 
John M. Stewart, Robert M. Stewart, Thomas Stewart, William Stewart, 
Alexander W. Stiven, J. L. Sturrock, James Tawse, John B. Taylor, T. B. 
Taylor, H. T. Templeton, Professor D Arcy Thompson, J. Hannay Thompson, 
William Bruce Thompson, D. C. Thomson, James Thomson (West Newport), 
James Thomson, C.E., John Thomson, J. H. Thomson, Robert C. Thom- 
son, Colonel Thomson, John A. Turnbull, W. H. Turnbull, Alex. Urquhart, 
H. G. Walker, Thomas H. H. Walker, George T. Watson, William Watson, 
James Watt, William West wood, Dr Mackie Whyte, Dr Charles S. Young, 
James Young, Charles Yule, and the Lord Provost and Bailies of the City 
for the time being, and Chairman of the Parish Council for the time being. 
Clerk of the Peace, John L. Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Connected with the Dundee District , 
of the County of Forfar.— J. H. Alexander, Thomas Anderson, Captain 
H. W. Bairnsfather, Charles Barrie, F. M. Batchelor, Sir G. W. Baxter, 
AVm. Bell, C. J. Bisset, Charles Boyd, J. C. Buist, J. Carmichael, George 
Carnegie, John R. Christie, William Cochrane, J. W. Colville, Arthur J. 
Cox, Colonel Arch. C. D. Dick, Alexander Duncan, D. C. Erskine-Erskine, 
Colonel W. H. Fergusson, Hugh A. Forsyth, Robert B. Galloway, Robert 
Geekie, George Gibson, James Gillies, Alex. B. Gilroy, John Grant, 
Adam Hunter, William Hunter, George Honeyman, J. J. Johnston, 
Alex. Johnstone, David Kidd, James W. Kidd, J. H. Lan glands, William 
Lindsay (Broughty Ferry), William Longair, Sir James Low, Bart., S. M. 
Low, William Low, Alexander Mackay, Alexander M'Kay, William 
Mackenzie, Sir C. G. Macrae, E. F. Maitlancl. Thomas Maitland, 
W. H. Blyth Martin, W. D. Graham Menzies, William Millar, D. 
Moodie, Earl of Moray, R. A. Mudie, Joseph Murray, D. S. Nicoll, James 
Nicoll, John Nicoll, Capt. A. H. R. Ogilvy, Sir H. K. Ogilvy, Bart., C. B. 
Ovenstone, H. A. Pattullo, J. H. Pattullo, John R. Pratt, Col. Jas. Rankine, 
J. M. Rattray, William Rettie, David Ritchie, Sir George Ritchie, William 
Robertson, J. Y. Rogers, R. B. Sharp, Alexander Simpson, David Smith, 
Robert Steven, David Stewart, David Swan, D. C. Thomson, Sir James 
Urquhart. Frank Watson, J. J. Watson, William Watson, Captain H. 
Wedderburn, D. W. White, D. W. Wybrants, John Yule ; Sheriff of the 
County and Sheriff- Substitutes for Dundee District; Lord Provost and 
Bailies of Dundee for time being ; Chairmen of Parish Councils and Dis- 
trict Committees within Dundee District for time being ; Provost of Monifieth 
for time being. 

Clerk of the Peace of Forfarshire, Edward Cowan, 4 High street. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE (Carse Portion of the Perth District 
of the County of Perth). — Earl of Moray, Kinfauns Castle ; Alfred W. 



JUDICIAL LISTS. 65 

Cox of Glendoick; Captain M. Drummond of Megginch, Errol; George Bell, 
Inchmichael, Errol ; William B. Dickie, Whitehills, Inchture ; Alexander 
Graham, Hill, Errol ; Lieutenant-Colonel J. A. G. Drummond Hay of 
Seggieden; Captain Hon. Kenneth Fitzgerald Kinnaird, Millhill, Inchture ; 
Guy E. Broun Morrison of Finderlie and Murie, Errol ; "William Niven, 
Loan of Errol, Errol ; C. J. G. Paterson of Castle Huntly ; Henry 
Prain, Helenbank, Longf organ ; John Prain, Inglewood, Invergowrie ; 
Lord Kinnaird, Rossie Priory; P. L. Johnston, Longf organ ; James Kidd, 
Mains of Errol ; Colonel W. Murray, Thriepland, Fingask ; Major Hon. 
A. D. Murray, Pitfour Castle, Glencarse : George Mitchell, Knapp, Long- 
f organ ; Duncan M'Ewen, Over Kin fauns ; William G. Walker, The Bawes, 
Longforgan ; and the Chairman of each Parish Council. Clerk of the Peace 
for Perthshire, Alex. Stewart, 31 George street, Perth. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE OFFICEBS. —William Gouk, 14 Union street; 
M'Keran & Forbes, 8 Bank street ; Alex. Forbes and George Mitchell, 8 
Bank street ; William Stewart, 14 Union street. 

SHEBIFF OFFICERS.— James Bisset, 14 Union street ; William John 
Bond (1890), 25 South Lindsay street ; Alexander B. Buist, 12 Garland place ; 
William Gouk, 14 Union street ; M'Keran & Forbes, 8 Bank street; Alex. 
Forbes and George Mitchell, 8 Bank street. 

SHERIFF OFFICERS FOR THE COUNTY OF FIFE, Resident in 
Dundee. — Wm. J. Bond, 25 S. Lindsay st.; M'Keran & Forbes, 8 Bank st. 

SHERIFF OFFICERS FOR THE COUNTY OF PERTH, Resident in 
Dundee. — M'Keran & Forbes, 8 Bank street. 

MESSENGERS-AT- ARMS.— William John Bond (1892), 25 South Lindsay 
street ; M'Keran & Forbes, 8 Bank street. 

CUSTOMS AND EXCISE, Customhouse, Dock street.— Collector, T. J. 
Mitchell, R.N.R. ; Surveyors, W. Barrow, M. Dalton, W. Reid, P. D. 
Angus ; Officers, A. Adams, C. Addison, W. Anderson, E. A. Beattie, J. 
Begbie, J. Bulloch, J. L. Cairns, J. H. Fargie, H. Gibbons, C. F, Graham, 
L. C. Hooper, L. Johnston, A. W. Joyce, J. R. Keillar, A. G. Kydd, W. F. 
Laing, W. F. Lane, A. Mackie, W. Mann, J. J. MacGillivray, W. G. Peaston 
F. S. Perry, J. A. Rioch, R. R. Smith, W. G. Smith, G. Watt, J. L. Whyte, 
J. Gallagher, W. Gonzalez, J. Stewart, G. E. Moses, J. Mackenzie, A. N. 
Strachan, W. A. Anderson, J. C. MacPherson ; Preventive Officers, A. 
Hardie, T. D. MacFadyen, A Thomson; Preventive Men, J. Dakers, J. G. 
Bodman, A. Davidson, J. M'Cormack, D. MacLean ; Housekeeper, J. MacLean. 

H.M. INSPECTORS OF TAXES.— Dundee 1st District, 31 Bank street- 
Inspector, T. Birrell ; Inspector Assisting, F. P. Price ; Staff Clerk, J. A. 
MTntosh. Dundee 2nd District, 29 Bank street — Inspector, G. Blair ; 
Inspector Assisting, H. O. Anderson ; Staff Clerk, Robert Gairns. Dundee 
3rd District, 29 Bank street— Inspector, A. W. Wilson ; Chief Clerk, 
R. J. Steele. Dundee 4th District, 29 Bank street — Inspector, T. C. Breen ; 
Chief Clerk, Charles Lees. 

Clerk to Income Tax Commissioners — David Buttar, 32 Bank street. 

Assessors of Income Tax — T. Birrell, 31 Bank street ; G. Blair, 29 Bank 
street ; A. W. Wilson and T. C. Breen, 29 Bank street. 

Distributor of Stamps— 29 Bank street. 

H.M. INSPECTORS OF FACTORIES— District Office, 7 Ward road 
(comprising Counties of Forfar, Perth, Fife). — H.M. Inspector in charge (to 
whom all communications should be addressed), David F. Young, 7 Ward 
road. Staff— James Whiteside, H.M. Inspector of Factories ; W. J. K. Cook, 
H.M. Inspector's Assistant ; T. Kerr, Clerk. 

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BANKING AND INSURANCE LISTS, 



BANKING COMPANIES AND AGENTS.— 



Bank of Scotland, 34 Reform street, - 

,, 1 Victoria street, 

British Linen Bank, 35 Murraygate, - 

, , 40 Nethergate, 

,, 39Westport, 
Clydesdale Bank, Ltd. , High street, - 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, Ltd., 85 Com- 
mercial street, 

Farrow's Bank, Ltd. , 11 High street, - 
National Bank of Scotland, Ltd. ,71 Reform st. 



John Andrew 

Arthur J. Clarke 

G. K. Cockburn 

W. A. Elgood, Sub-Agent 

John Scott 

John Brough 

William Reid 

Samuel S. Goudie 
Alexander Brown 
J. Gilbert Fleming 
John Cowan, Sub-Agent 
David Lauder 






Robert Murray 
William Mackie 
John C. Taylor 
John G. M. Ferguson 
William Stewart 
W. C. Cochrane 
William R. Scott 
Charles Jamieson 
JohnG. M'Kelvie 



115 Hilltown 
North of Scotland and Town and County 
Bank, Ltd., 24 High street, - 
, , 5 Albert square, 

,, 93 High street, Lochee, 

„ Gray street, Bro. Ferry, 

Royal Bank of Scotland, 3 High street, 
,, Branch 51 Murraygate, 
,, ,, 22 King street, 

„ „ 36Westport, 

„ 260 Perth road, - 
,, ,, 9 Strathmartine rd. , John Macnab 

,, ,, 122 High st., Lochee, D. Henderson 

„ ,, 288 Brook st., B.F., George Elder 

Union Bankof Scotland, Ltd., 2 Panmure st. , James Shand 

Dundee Savings Bank. — Head Office, 2 Euclid street. Hours, 10 a.m. 
to 3 p.m. ; Monday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. ; Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. ; Monday 
and Friday, for deposits only, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Branch Offices — 
1 Stirling street, and 55 High street, Lochee (10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ; Saturday 
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. ; Monday and Friday, for deposits only, 6 p.m. to 
8 p.m.) ; 146 Princes street and 181 Hawkhill (10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ; Saturday 
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. ; Tuesday and Friday, for deposits only, 6 p.m. to 
8 p.m.) ; 84 Fort street, Broughty Ferry (Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur- 
day, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., for deposits and payments). 

Post Office Savings Bank.— See page 152. 



FIRE AND LIFE, &c, INSURANCE COMPANIES' AGENTS. 



Abstainers and General 

Edwin Croll, 12 Whitehall crescent, 
District Inspector 

Alliance Assurance Co., Ld» 

(See Adv.) 

Band & Whyte, 23 Panmure st. , Dist. Agts. 
Joseph J. Barrie & Co., 10 Panmure st. 
Shiell & Small, 5 Bank street 
J. O. Smith & Co., 3 India huildings 



Atlas (Fire, Life, and Accident). 

(See Adv.) 
John Methven, 3 Royal Exchange place, 
District Agent 

Britannic 
David Smith, 23 Panmure street, Super- 
intendent. 

British Engine, Boiler, and Electrical 
P. D. Mitchell, Ltd., 4 High street 



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British and Irish Plate Glass. 

(See Adv.) 
David Thomson, 8 Bank st., Dist. Agent 
A. G. Scott, 20 Meadowside 
James Miller & Son, 9 Ward road 
Guthrie & Maxwell, Anstruther 
British Law (Fire, Accident, &c.) 
(See Adv.) 
J. & J. Ogilvie, 13 Albert square 
J. A. & T. Graham, 2 Union street 
Neill & Gibb, Arbroath 
British Legal and United 
Provident. (See Adv.) 
David Galloway, 38 Whitehall street, 
District Manager 
Caledonian (Fire, Life, Accident, 
Burglary, Marine). (See Adv.) 
Office, 35 Albertsq. ; A. W.Kennedy, Sec. 
Car and General 
Local Office, 14 Barrack street; R. D. 
Lawson Keith, Resident Secretary 
Central 

District Office, 51 Meadowside 
Century 
Office, 83 Commercial street ; George 
Knowles, Resident Secretary 
City of Glasgow Friendly Society 
Fred Smith, 21 Reform street, District 
Manager 
City Life 
District Office, 19 High street ; George 
A Milligan, Inspector. 
Colonial Mutual (Life) 
R. D. Lawson Keith, 14 Barrack street, 
District Manager 
Commercial Union (Fire, Life, 
Accident, Marine). (See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 12 Victoria chambers; 
J. Thobaven, Local Manager 
County (Fire) 
James Carver, 224 Lochee road 
Fleming & Haxton, 76 High street 
J. G. Gilchrist, 9 Ward road 
Gibson, Farquharson, & Co., 26 Com- 
mercial street 
John Kirk, 12 South Lindsay street 
Peter M'Naughton, 30 Reform street 
Reid, Johnston, & Glenny, 34 Reform st. 
J. & J. Scrimgeour, 54 Seagate 
Shiell & Small, 5 Bank street 
Sturrock & Morrison, 10 Whitehall street 
Alex. Tosh & Son, 11 Reform street 

Dundee and District Mutual 
Glass. (See Adv.) 
C. M. Murdoch, 21 Dock street, Manager 
W. B. Dickie & Sons, 11 Whitehall street 
James Thomson, 1 West Bell street 
J. & J. Scrimgeour, 54 Seagate 
J. & J. Hunter, 69 Reform street 



John M'Nab, Royal Bank, 9 Strathmar 

tine road 
D. Henderson, Royal Bank, Lochee 
George B. Carmichael, 46 Reform street 
J. A. & T. Graham, 104 Commercial st. 
Robertson & Taylor, 26 Castle street 
W. A. Martin, 21 Reform street 
A. & R. Lickley, 2a King street 
Alex. Neish & Sons, 31 Reform street 
A. B. MacBain, 14 Cowgate 
J. & E. Shepherd, 31 Panmure street 
Little & French, 32 Castle street 

A. Burns Petrie, 84 Commercial street 
J. Grafton Lawson & Co. , 30 Reform st. 
D. N. Robertson, 5 Baxter Park terrace 
Smith & Moncur, 9 Ward road 

J. G. Sibbald & Son, 25 Commercial st. 
Reid, Johnston, & Glenny, 34 Reform st. 
Don & Stewart, 2 Union street 
W. A. Mitchell, 21 Reform street 
Joseph Wilkie, 20 Reform street 

Eagle, Star, and British 
Dominions. (See Adv. ) 
Branch Office, 13 Panmure st. ; Arthur 
W. Smith, Branch Manager. Local 
Board of Directors, George Bonar, 
John B. Don, P. S. Brown, A. Sinclair 
Henderson, Alex. Mackay 

Edinburgh. (See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 29 Panmure street ; G. 
G. Blackwood, Resident Secretary 

Employers' Liability 

W. C. Nairn , 33 Commercial st. , Dist. Mgr. 

Fine Art and General (Fire, Life, 
Accident) 
W. C. Smith, 2 Baltic bdgs., Dist. Secy. 

General Accident (Fire and 

Life). (See Adv.) 
Alex. S. Mitchell, 59 Reform street, 
Resident Secretary 

General, The (Life). (See Adv.) 

B. L. Nairn & Co., 33 Commercial street 

Gresham (Life) 
Charles Scrymgeour, 30 Reform street, 
District Agent 

Gresham (Fire and Accident) 
J. Grant Murray, 30 Reform street 
Branch Manager 

Guardian (Life, Fire, Loss of Profits, 
Employers' Liability, Burglary, 
All Risks, Fidelity, and Marine). 
(See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 1 Charlotte square, Edin- 
burgh ; H. Melville Grey, Resident 
Secretar3 r . Dundee Sub-Branch, 4 
Panmure street (Telephone No. 1978) 
Imperial Live Stock 
Branch Office, 12 Victoria chambers 



68 



BANKING AND 



Law Accident 
E. J. M'Donald, 2 India buildings, 
Branch Manager 
Law Union and Rock Insurance Co. , 
Ltd. (Fire, Life, Accident, Sick- 
ness, Employers' Liability, 
Burglary, Fidelity Guarantee, 
Plate Glass, Motor Car, Property 
Owners, Public Liability, Loss of 
Profits by Fire) 
W. B. Dickie & Sons, 11 Whitehall 

street, District Managers 
Edinburgh Branch, 33 St Andrew sq., 
Edinburgh ; Manager, David Goodall 

Legal (Fire, Loss of Profits, Accident, 
Employers' Liability, Plate Glass, 
Motor Car, &c. ). (See Adv. ) 
Robert M. Noble, 74 Commercial street, 
Resident Secretary 

Legal and General (Life) 
R. M.Noble, 74 Commercial st., Dis. Agt. 

Life Association of Scotland 
Branch Office, 10 Reform street ; G. W. B. 
Kerr, District Secretary 

Liverpool and London and Globe (Fire, 
Accident, Life, Marine) 
District Office, 51 Meadowside ; J. B. 
Stewart, Local Manager 

Liverpool Victoria Legal Friendly 
George E. Bryant, 54 Commercial street, 
Manager 

London Assurance Corporation 
James Nicoll & Co. , 87 Commercial st. 

London Guarantee and Accident 
Branch Office, 30 Meadowside ; Win. 
Lawson Clark, Branch Manager 

London and Lancashire Fire. 

(See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 2 India buildings. Dun- 
dee Board of Directors— Jas. Car- 
michael, J. B. Grimond, W. F. Soutar, 
W. Campbell Scarlett ; Resident 
Secretary, James Knight 
London and Scottish 
John Simpson, 7 Panmure st., Resident 
Secretary 
Marine and General Mutual 
Life (London). (See Adv.) 
Sturrock & Morrison, 10 Whitehall st. 
John B. White, 4 India buildings 

Motor Mutual. (See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 21 Dock street ; Charles 
M. Murdoch, District Manager 

Motor Union 
James Robertson, 12 Victoria chambers, 
Branch Manager 



INSURANCE LISTS. 

National Benefit 

J. Seth Rumgay, 3 Seagate, Res. Secy. 
National Boiler 

Douglas & Doubble, 12 Bank street 

National Employers' Mutual 
Indemnity. (See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 21 Dock street ; Charles 
M. Murdoch, District Manager 

National Insurance Co. of Great 
Britain, Ltd. (Fire, Accident, 
Burglary, and Plate Glass) 
Branch Offices, 8 Panmure street ; 
William Myles, Resident Secretary 

National Provincial Plate 
Glass. (See Adv.) 
J. A. Tombazis, 30 Meadowside, Manager 

North British and Mercantile 

(Fire, Burglary, Loss of Profit, 
Accident, Marine, Life, Annuities, 
&c). (See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 13 Panmure street ; T. E. 
Suttie, Local Manager 

North of Scotland Plate Glass 

R. D. Lawson Keith, 14 Barrack street, 
District Manager 

Northern Assurance (Fire, Mar- 
ine, Accident, Life). (See Adv.) 
Dundee Office, 110 Commercial street. 
Dundee Board of Directors — James A. 
Kyd (Chairman), James Barty, James 
E. Cox, Charles C. Duncan, Andrew 
Hendry. Secretary, William Pringle ; 
Assistant Secretary, Robert Butter. 

Northern Plate Glass 
J. S. Ritchie, 1 Commercial st., Dist.Mngr. 

Norwich Union Fire (Fire, Acci- 
dent, Marine, Motor Car, Fide- 
lity, Property Owners, Burglary, 
Plate Glass, Live Stock, Loss of 
Profits, Engineering). (See Adv. ) 
Branch Office, 20 Meadowside ; W. S. 
Whyte, District Manager 

Norwich Union (Mutual) Life 

Robert Scott, 20 Meadowside, Dist.Mngr. 
Ocean Accident and Guarantee 
Branch Office, 104 Commercial street ; 
J. T. Stewart, Branch Manager 
Pearl Life. (See Adv.) 
District Office, Pearl buildings, 30a 
Meadowside ; J. Moir, District Manager 
Phoenix. (See Adv.) 
District Office, 67 Reform street (Tele- 
phone Nos. 504, 2178; Telegrams, 
"Logie"); James Logie & Co., Resi- 
dent Secretaries ; R. L. Miln, Resident 
Inspector 






BANKING AND INSURANCE LISTS. 



Prudential 
District Office, Prudential buildings, 31 
Albert square ; R. M'F. Welsh and P. 
Mitchell, Superintendents 

Railway Passengers 

T. E. Suttie, 13 Panmure street, Local 
Manager. (See Adv.) 

Refuge 
District Office, 45 Commercial street ; 
Edward C. Millar, Superintendent 

Royal Insurance Co., Ltd. 

(Fire, Loss of Profits, Life, Marine, 
Accident, Property Owners' 
Liability, Burglary, Motor Car, 
Fidelity, Employers' Liability, 
Plate Glass, Live Stock, 
Engineering, &c.) (See Adv.) 
Branch Offices, 97 and 99 Com- 
mercial street ; Local Board of Direc- 
tors — George A. Gilroy, Chairman ; 
J. J. Johnstone, J. Norman Methven, 
F. F. Macdonald, James Wilkie. 
Resident Secretaries— John Leslie and 
T. G. A. Miller 

Royal Exchange As sup. Corp. 

(Fire, Life, Sea, Accidents, Bur- 
glary, Employers' Liability, An- 
nuities, & Fidelity Guarantees, 
Thud Party, Motor Car, Plate 
Glass, Live Stock, Ptomaine 
Poisoning, Consequential Loss 
through Fire, Single Policy issued 
covering Fire, Burglary, and 
Domestic Servants. The Cor- 
poration will act as Executor of 
Wills, Trustee of Wills and 
Settlements). (See Adv.) 
J. A. Tombazis, Manager, 30 Meadowside 
(Telephone Nos., 2179, 2180; Tele- 
grams, " Foxhound ") 

Royal Liver Friendly Society 
T. Dunn, District Manager, 31 Murray- 
gate 

Royal London Insurance Offices 
M. Cairns, 74 Murraygate, Supt. 

Scottish Boiler Insurance and Engine 
Inspection Company, Limited 
Willison, Forbes, & Co., 20 Panmure 
street, District Agents 

Scottish Equitable (Mutual) 
Life. (See Adv.) 

Office, 6 Panmure street. Dundee Board 
of Reference — W. Verden Anderson, 
John M. Fraser, John N. Kyd, George 
Mathewson. Richard Roy, District 
Secretary 



Scottish Insurance Corporation, Ltd. 
(Fire, Life, Accid. , Motor Car, &c. ) 
Office, 39 Albert square ; A. R. Davidson, 
Resident Secretary 
Scottish Legal Life Assur. Society 
Office, 2b King st. ; E. H. Porter, District 
Manager ; Alex. Paterson, Inspector 
Scottish Life 
David Buttar, 32 Bank street, Resident 
Secretary 
Scottish National Key Registry and 
Assurance Association, Ltd. 
David Don, 2 Union street, Resident 
Secretary 

Scottish Provident Institution (Life) 
Office, Scottish Provident buildings, 
49 Meadowside 
Scottish Union and National 

(Fire, Life, Accident, Burglary, 

Fidelity, Transit, and Marine). 

(See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 41 Albert square ; James 

W. Muir, Resident Secretary 
Scottish United Reform (Friendly) 
W. F. Ford, 44 Cobden st., Dist. Agent 

South British Insurance Co., 
Ltd., established 1872 (Fire 
and Marine), Royal Ex- 
change Buildings, Glasgow. 
Applications for Agencies 
invited. 

Standard (Life) 
Shiell & Small, 5 Bank street 
P. F. & J. Husband, 15 Cowgate 

State(Fireand Accident). (See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 10 Panmure street 
Local Directors— Arthur J. Cox, Sir 
James Low, Bart., David Johnston, 
William Low, F. L. M'Gradv. Secy., 
T. W. Robertson, F.C.I. I. 
Sun Insurance Office 

Geo. F. Ronald, 33 Albert sq., Dist. Inspr. 
Union Assurance Society, Ltd. (Fire, 
Life, Accident, &c.) 
Branch Office, 27 Panmure street; R. 
G. Tait, Local Secretary 
United Kingdom Provident Institu- 
tion (Temperance and General 
Sections). Head Office for 
Scotland, 129 St Vincent street, 
Glasgow. Principal Agents — 
H. T. Baxter, 87 Commercial street 
J. G. Gilchrist, 9a Ward road 
Moody Stuart & Robertson, 22 

Meadowside 
Urquhart & M 'Walter, 10 Reform street 
W. R. Scott, Royal Bank, 22 King street 



10 BANKING AND INSURANCE LISTS. 

Geo. Rollo & Co., 4 India buildings | Warden. (See Adv.) 

Head Office, 21 Ironmonger lane, Cheap- 



Ross & Soutar, 11 Whitehall street 
James Thomson, 1 West Bell street 
Reid, Johnston, & Glenny, 34 Reform st. 
Universal Key Eegistry and Insurance 
Association, Limited 
Established at Dundee in 1902. Agencies 
of Universal C. Union. Office, 26 
Smith street, Hillhead, Glasgow 
University Life 

James Thomson, 1 West Bell street 
Vulcan Boiler and General 
George Rollo & Co., 4 India buildings, 
District Agents 



side, London, E.C.2; R. R. Wilson, 

Manager 
Andrew Spreull, jun., 11 Tay square 
J. Y. Rogers, Rosemill 

West of Scotland (Fire and 
Burglary). (See Adv.) 
J. S. Ritchie, 1 Commercial street, Dis- 
trict Manager 

Yorkshire. (See Adv. ) 
Branch Office, 20 Meadowside ; D 
Grant Rea, Resident Secretary 



MARINE INSURANCE 
British and Foreign Marine 

Robert Ritchie & Co., 33 Albert square 
G. A. M'Laren & Son, 4 India buildings 
Commercial Union. (See Adv.) 
John Thobaven, 12 Victoria chambers 
Lloyd's Marine Insurance 
Willison, Forbes, & Co., 20 Pan mure st. 
James Nicoll & Co., 87 Commercial st. 
Lloyd's Register of Shipping 

J. H. MacKirdy and A. W. Paterson, 
26 East Dock street, Surveyors for 
district of Dundee, Montrose, St 
Andrews, Tayport, Arbroath, and 
Perth 
British Corporation for Survey and 
Registry of Shipping 
J. M. Purdon and James Fettes, 65 
Trades lane, Surveyors 



COMPANIES' AGENTS. 
The Marine Insurance Co., Ltd. 
James Logie & Co., 67 Reform street 

Maritime Insurance Co., Ltd. 
James Logie & Co. , 67 Reform street 

Merchants Marine 
Robert Ritchie &Co., 33 Albert square 

Royal Exchange Assurance 
Corporation. (See Adv.) 
J. A. Tombazis, 30 Meadowside 

Ulster Marine 
James Logie & Co. , 67 Reform street 

Union Marine, of Liverpool 
James Logie & Co., 67 Reform street 

Marine Insurance Brokers 
George Rollo & Co., 4 India buildings 



INSURANCE INSTITUTE OF DUNDEE.— Hon. Secretary, W. S. 
Whyte, 20 Meadowside. 

SCOTTISH BANKERS' ASSOCIATION.— President, J. D. Mackintosh; 
Vice-President, R. K. Lowden ; Secretary and Treasurer, J. M. Buchan, 
North of Scotland and Town and County Bank, Ltd., High street. 



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PROPERTY AND INVESTMENT COMPANIES. 

Alliance Trust Co., Ltd.— Directors, F. B. Sharp (Chairman), Thos. 
Maitland, ¥m. Thomson, John W. Shepherd, David Pirie ; Manager, W. D. 
Macdougall ; Secretary, J. Kenneth Greenhill, 22 Meadowside. (See Adv.) 

BEITISH CANADIAN TRUST, Ltd.— Directors, William Rettie, 
A. B. Crichton, A. Sinclair Henderson, David Johnston, Sir George 
Ritchie, J. C. Robertson ; Law Agents, Johnstone, Simpson. & Thomson ; 
Auditors, Robertson & Taylor, C.A. ; Secretaries, Moody Stuart & Robertson, 
C.A., 22 Meadowside. 

THE CALEDONIAN PROPERTY INVESTMENT COMPANY, Limited. 
— Regd. Office, 29 Commercial st. ; Directors, John Mudie, (Chairman), David 
N. Milln, William T. M'Donald, William Oram, William Mitchell, A. H. 
Brown; Bankers, The Bank of Scotland; Manager and Secretary, John E. 
M'Intyre, C.A., 29 Commercial street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT ECONOMIC BUILDING SOCIETIES.— 
Bankers, The Commercial Bank ; Solicitor, Hubert Carlton ; Surveyor, 
Charles G. Soutar ; Secretaries, James Cram & Son, C.A., 38 Whitehall st. 

DUNDEE JOINT STOCK COMPANY.— Preses, John Yeaman; Vice- 
Preses, James Callan ; Factor, A. B. MacBain, Bain square. 

THE FORFARSHIRE BUILDING SOCIETY.— Directors, David Craig, 
John S. Buchan, W. A. Martin, Alexander Alexander, Robert Morton ; Sur- 
veyor, John T. Maclaren; Auditors, Robt. C. Thomson and James M. Brown; 
Bankers, The Clydesdale Bank, Ltd. ; Secretary and Treasurer, F. E. Scott, 
11 Whitehall street. 

THE MATADOR LAND AND CATTLE COMPANY, Limited.— Re- 
gistered Offices, 22 Meadowside. Directors, James H. Halley, Alexander 
Mackay, Murdo Mackenzie (Chicago), J. Nicoll Smith, Sir Francis Webster 
(Arbroath), C. J. M. Wilkie (Kirriemuir) ; Sees., Mackay, Irons, & Co., C.A. 

THE NORTH OF SCOTLAND REVERSIONARY COMPANY, Ltd.— 
Regd. Office, 15 Cowgate. Directors, Joseph Philip, Sir George Ritchie, James 
N. Smith ; Auditors, R. C. Thomson & Murdoch, C, A. ; Sees., P. F. & J. Husband. 

THE NORTHERN AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY, Limited.— 
Directors, J. Ernest Cox (Chairman), Adam Hunter, William Low ; George 
Bonar ; London Correspondents, Robert Fleming & Co. ; Secretary, William 
C. Lawson, 22 Meadowside. (Telegraphic Address, "Fleming, Dundee"; 
Telephone No. 597.) 

THE NORTHERN PROPERTY AND REVERSIONARY COMPANY, 
Limited. — Secretary, Lawrence Melville. Office — 61 Reform street. 

THE SCOTTISH AMERICAN TRUST COMPANIES, Limited.— Directors, 
J. Ernest Cox (Chairman), Adam Hunter, William Low, George Bonar ; 
London Correspondents, Robert Fleming & Co. ; Secretary, Wm. C. Lawson, 
22 Meadowside. (Teleg. Address, " Fleming, Dundee" ; Telephone No. 597.) 

THE SCOTTISH CANADIAN TRUST COMPANY, Ltd.— Directors, 
R. B. Sharp (Chairman), William Thomson, F. B. Sharp ; Secretary, Edward 
Shield, 22 Meadowside. 

THE SCOTTISH HOUSE PROPERTY INVESTMENT COMPANY, 
Limited. — Secretary, John Steel, 11 Whitehall street. 

THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT COMPANY, Ltd.— 
Directors, Geo. S. Lamb, Wm. Thomson, F. B. Sharp, J. W. Shepherd; 
Manager, W. D. Macdougall ; Secy. , J. Kenneth Greenhill, 22 Meadowside. 



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PUBLIC CONVEYANCES. 

HACKNEY CARRIAGES AND TAXI-CABS— 

Hackney Carriages. — Fares — The fare sliall be Is 6d within the 
following circuit wheresoever within such circuit the carriage may be 
engaged : namely, within a circuit commencing at the foot of Shepherd's loan 
(Magdalen green), and passing by Shepherd's loan to the junction of Hawkhill 
and Perth road, and thence by Hawkhill, and Annfield road, Cherry field, and 
Brook street, to the junction of Milnbank road and Polepark road, and thence 
to Dudhope Free Church at the junction of Lochee road and Polepark road, and 
proceeding by Dudhope house, Dudhope terrace, Somerville place, Constitu- 
tion street, Rosebank street, Ann street, Cotton road, Laing street, and Dura 
street to Brown Constable street, and thence by Lyon street, Baglan street, 
and Lower Lily bank to Broughty Ferry road, and terminating on said Ferry 
road at Springhill or Carolina port. Also from any place to any other place 
within five miles from the General Post Office of the burgh, if not more than 
a mile, Is 6d ; and for each additional half-mile, or any part of a half-mile, 
9d additional. These fares are for single journey ; no charge for carriage 
returning empty. If passenger returns with carriage, 9d per mile; waiting 
to be charged 4s per hour; Shopping, 6s per hour. 

The foregoing fares to apply to cases where the number of passengers does 
not exceed four. If five passengers are carried, 6d extra, irrespective of 
mileage or distance, may be charged. In the case of children under twelve 
years of age, two are to be reckoned and charged for as one adult. 

When required to ply after eleven o'clock p.m. to midnight, a fare and 
a-half to be charged ; after midnight to five o'clock a.m., double fares ; after 
five o'clock a.m. till six o'clock a.m. , a fare and a-half to be charged. 

Luggage not exceeding in weight 100 lbs. shall be taken free of charge; above 
that weight it shall be liable to a charge of 9d extra. 

When a carriage is called, but not used, a charge of 9d will be allowed if 
the place to which it is called be under half a mile from the nearest stand, and 
Is 6d. if beyond said distance. 

Taxi-Cabs. — Taxi-Cabs are subject to the Bye-Laws applicable to Hackney 
Carriages so far as these Bye-Laws are applicable to Motor Cabs or as such 
may be made adaptable to Motor Cabs, and on the following conditions as 
regards fares, &c, viz. : — (1) Not exceeding one mile for a party not exceeding 
ing four adult persons, Is 6d ; (2) for each additional half-mile or part 
thereof, 9d ; (3) when the Motor Cab is kept waiting, the fare shall be at the 
rate of 4s per hour, or at the rate of Is per quarter of an hour, or at the rate 
of 3d, 6d, 9d, and Is for each equal part of a quarter of an hour ; (4) ordinary 
fare to be charged between 6 a.m. and 12 midnight and double fare 
between 12 midnight and 6 a.m. ; (5) the fare of a Taxi-Cab to be 
used in shopping or calls to be according to agreement to be made 
between hirer and owner ; (6) no charge to be made for going from stance or 
garage to hirer's premises until the driver has intimated his arrival to the hirer, 
when, if required to wait, the rate per hour stated in condition (3) com- 
mences; and (7) luggage under 100 lbs. in weight to be carried free. 

DUNDEE AND ARBROATH JOINT RAILWAY, Office, 39 Dock street. 
Geo. G. Hamilton, Secretary. Caledonian Railway — D. W. Barrie, Traffic 
Superintendent. North British Railway — John Wilkie, District Commercial 
Superintendent; D. M 'Robbie, Dist. Operating Superintendent, Burntisland. 

Dundee. — East Station, East Dock street ; and Stannergate — Joseph 
Cruden, Goods Agent ; William D. Mollison, Stationmaster. Broughty 
Ferry Station — John Gillies, Stationmaster. 



PUBLIC CONVEYANCES. 73 

CALEDONIAN RAILWAY COMPANY.— Head Office, 302 Buchanan 

street, Glasgow. — Donald A. Matheson, General Manager ; R. Killin, 

General Superintendent ; John Blackburn, Secretary ; John Ballantyne, 

Chief Goods Manager. 

Dundee. —West Station, South Union street— D. W. Barrie, District 
Traffic Superintendent ; A. Paton, Goods Agent ; William Salmond, 
Stationmaster. Magdalen Green Station — James Hill, Stationmaster. 
Lochee Station — George Greig, Stationmaster. Downfield Station — David 
Symon, Stationmaster. Barnhill Station— John Cameron, Stationmaster. 
Maryfield Station — Wm. Robertson, Agent. Fairmuir Station — James J. 
Cook, Agent. 

NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY COMPANY.— Head Office, 23 Waterloo 
place, Edinburgh. — James Calder, General Manager, Edinburgh ; Charles 
H. Stemp, Operating Superintendent, Edinburgh ; M. S. Strang, Com- 
mercial Superintendent, Edinburgh ; James M'Laren, Secretary, Edinburgh; 
J. C. Christie, Chief Goods Manager, Glasgow. 

Dundee. — Tay Bridge Station, South Union street — John Wilkie, District 
Commercial Superintendent; D. M 'Robbie, District Operating Superin- 
tendent, Burntisland ; Alexander Boyd, Goods Agent ; Joseph Cockburn, 
Passenger Agent ; James Henderson, Stationmaster. Esplanade Station — 
Thomas Hand, Agent. 

Ferry, Broughty Ferry and Tayport.— Steamer sails daily from 
Broughty Ferry at 9.15, 10.50 a.m., 1.0, 2.50, 4.20 p.m.; and from Tayport 
at 8.35, 10.30 a.m., 12.35, 2.15, 4.0 p.m. 

DUNDEE AND NEWTYLE RAILWAY COMPANY. —Secretary, 
Sir Herbert K. Ogilvy, Bart., 5 Bank street. 

TAY FERRIES, Craig pier, South Union street. — Captain James Young, 
Superintendent. 

A Steamboat sails from Dundee not before 7, 8, 8.50, 9.30, 10.10, 11 a.m., 
12 noon, 12.45, 1.30, 2.15, 3.5, 4.5, 5.5, 6.5, 7.5, 8.5, 9.15 p.m. ; and from 
Newport not before 7.30, 8.30, 9.10, 9.50, 10.30, 11.30 a.m., 12.25, 1.5, 
1.50, 2.40, 3.30, 4.30, 5.30, 6.30, 7.30, 8.40, 9.45 p.m. 

On Sundays the Steamboat sails from Dundee not before 10 a.m., 
12.40, 1.15, 4.5, 5.15, and 8.15 p.m. ; and from Newport not before 10.30 
a.m., 12.55, 1.45, 4.30, 5.45, 8.30 p.m. 

Fares — Single, 4d ; Return, 6d. 

DUNDEE, BROUGHTY FERRY, AND DISTRICT TRAMWAYS CO., 
Ltd. — Directors, George Balfour (Chairman), D. Hynd, and Edward Cowan; 
Manager and Engineer, George Brander, Milton depot, Monifieth ; Secretary, 
Edward Cowan, 4 High street. 

RAILWAY AND PARCEL EXPRESS CARRIERS.— 

Mutter, Howey, & Co., Esplanade buildings, Carting Agents for the 
N.B. Railway Co., Dundee and Arbroath Joint Railway, and East Coast Rail- 
ways, viz., North Eastern Railway Co. and Great Northern Railway Co. 
Thomas Melrose, Manager. (See Adv.) 

Wopdie & Co., South Union street, Carting Agents for Caledonian, 
Dundee and Arbroath Joint, Great North of Scotland, and Highland Rail- 
way Companies. Forward and receive goods to and from all Stations in 
Scotland, England, and Ireland. H. Pollock, Manager. (See Adv.) 

J. & P. Cameron, General Cartage Contractors and Agents for North 
British Railway, 17 and IS South Union street and Tay Bridge Station. 
G. M. Brand, Manager. (See Adv. ) 



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PUBLIC CONVEYANCES. 



Will Motor Transport Co., Ltd., 43 Yearnan shore and 200 Strath- 
martine road. Parcel deliveries to all parts of the city. (See Adv.) 

Sutton & Co., General Carriers to all parts of the world. Agents of the 
Indian Parcel Post. James Cant, 5 Whitehall crescent, Agent. 

Paterson's Express Co., General Carriers and local Delivery Agents.— 
Agents for Atlas Express, Manchester, Glasgow, and London. Office, 33 
Exchange street. 

Dundee and Broughty Ferry Parcel Express. — The Van leaves 4 Hartington 
place, Brook street, Broughty Ferry, at 8.45 a.m. and 2 p.m. ; and William 
Young's, 63 High street, Dundee, at 11.15 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. G. Mackie, 
Proprietor. 

John Lorimer, 43 Lochee road, Local Carrier. 

COUNTRY CARRIERS. 





NAMES. 


QUARTERS. 


DESPATCHED. 


PLACES. 


DAY. 


HOUR. 










p.mT" 


Abernyte 


R. R. Bruce 


Royal Stables 


Thursday 


2 


Auchterhouse 


J Low 


38 Overgate and 14 Dock st. 


Friday 


1.30 


Balmerino 


Frank llose 


Royal Stables 


Tuesday 


1 


Broughty Ferry 


Geo. Longair 


J. Cowan & Sons, 14 Dock street 


Daily 


1 


Do. 


G. Mackie 


63 High street 


Dailyll.l5& 


4.30 


Burrelton, Dunk eld 


Andrew Taylor 


Robertson, Ltd., Royal Stables 


Friday 


3 


Carnoustie 


M. Ho veil 


33 Exchange st. and Dock st. 


Daily 


1 


Downfield 


Paterson's Exp. 


33 Exchange street 


Dailyll.30& 


5 


Liff and Birkhill 


A. Burry 


Mid Kirk style 


Tu. Fri. 


2.30 


Lochee 


John Findlay 


38 & 59 Overgate & 14 Dock st. 


Hourly 




Do. 


A. Cook 


22 Commercial street 


Hourly 




Do. 


Paterson's Exp. 


33 Exchange st., Daily 12.30, 


3.30, and 


6" 


Longforgan 


William Speed 


G. P. Findlay, 38 Overgate 


Friday 


2.30 


Do. 


Alex. London 


38 Overgate 


Tu. Fri. 


2. SO 


Lundie 


N. M'Farlane 


Royal Stables 


Tu. Fri. 


1 


Monifieth 


Jas. Gibson 


14 Dock street 


Daily 12n.& 


1.30 


Tayport 


Robert Kidd 


G. Eraser & Co. , 9 Dock street 


Daily 


1.30 



FAIRS AND MARKETS. 

Stobb's Fair, for Cattle, Sheep, and Horses, is held at Fairmuir on the 
first Tuesday after the 11th of July. 

Dundee First Fair (Lady Mary Fair), for Cattle and Horses, is held at 
Fairmuir on 26th August, but if that day falls upon a Saturday, Sunday, or 
Monday, then on the first Tuesday thereafter. 

Lady Mary Fair commences on the Friday preceding the 26th August, 
but if that date falls on a Friday, then on the 19th August. The Fair lasts 
for eight days, and is held at Shore Terrace. 

Dundee Latter Fair, for Cattle and Horses, is held at Fairmuir on the 
19th September — the same rule applying as with the First Fair. 

Bell's Fair — Feeing Market — is held in Shore terrace on the first Friday 
of October. 

" Flit-Fridays," or the Term Feeing Markets, are held on 28th May and 
28th November, if these dates fall on a Tuesday or Friday, failing which, on the 
first Tuesday or Friday thereafter. 

A Weekly Cattle and Sheep Market is held every Tuesday forenoon, at 
the Cattle Market, Carolina port. 

Market Days— Tuesday and Friday. 



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ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 

CLERGY AND PLACES OF WORSHIP. 



Presbytery of Dundee— Church of Scotland. 
j) un( j ee Clerk— Rev. S. Macaulay, LL.D., Tealing, by Dundee. 

Balgay (Lochee road) William Hall, M.A., 4 Albany terrace 

Beach (5 Fort street, Bro.Ferrv) Jas. Burgess, Seafield road, Bro. Ferrv 
Bro'ty Ferry (440 Brook St., B.F.) William J. Sym,B.D., Queen sr.,Bro. Fy. 
Chapelshade (Constitution road) Stephen Forsyth, M.A., 44 Thomson St. 



ield) 



Clepington (Isla street)., 
Downfield (StMary'srd., D' 
Dundee Parish — 

St Mary's (Nethergate) 

St Paul's (Nethergate) 
St Clement's (Nethergate) ... 
St John's (Blackness avenue) 
St David's (North Tay street) 
Fairmuir (Clepington road) 
Lochee (Methven st., Lochee) 

Logie (Scott street) 

Maryfield (Morgan street) 

Rosebank (Constitution street) 

St Andrew's (King street) 

St Enoch's (Nethergate) 

St Luke's (High st., Lochee) ... 

St Margaret's (Barnhill) 

St Mark's (Perth road) 

St Matthew's (Ferry road) 

St Stephen's(Dundeerd., W. Fy.) 

Wallacetown (Crescent street)... 

Abernyte 

Auchterhouse 

Inchture ... - 

Kinnaird 

Liff and Benvie 

Longforgan ... 

St Columba's, Invergowrie 

Lundie and Fowlis 

Mains and Strathmartine, Mains 

Monifieth 

Monikie 

Murroes 

Tealing 

Balmerino 

Barry 

Carnoustie 

Forgan 

Newport 

Panbride 

Tayport 

Wormit 



George M'William, B.D., 23 Albany ter. 
Henry Dodd, L.R.C.P. and S., Downfield 

(A. W. Fergusson, B.D., Dalkeith road 
1 Colin Campbell, M. A., B.D.,D.D. (Enter.) 
J. Boath Wood,M.A., B.D.. 10 Laurelbank 
James M. Benson, 5 Hermonhill terrace 
John A. Macrae, M.A., 6 Clarendon ter. 
George M. Maclean, 18 Albanv terrace 
D.D.Macdonald,M.A.,B.D.,313Clep'tonrd. 
(Vacant) 

Richard M. Clark, M.A., 152 City road 
James Dowie, 37 Mains loan 
Alexander F. Black, B.D., 5 Douglas ter. 
HarcourtM. Davidson, V.D.,11 Albany ter. 
Hugh G. Watt, D.D., 1 Fort street 
Evelyn Gall, B.D., 16 Coupar Angus rd. 
James F. G. Orr, B.A., B.D., Barnhill 
Robert Prenter, M.A., 9 Airlie place 
(Vacant.) 

DouglasW.Bruce,M.A.,lVictoriapl.,B.F. 
S. Buchanan Carey, M.A., 75 Clep'ton rd. 
W. Liston Milroy, M. A., Abernyte 
John K. Cameron, Auchterhouse 
T. D. Meredith, M.A., Inchture 
J. A. Honey, M.A. (Enter.) 
John M. Anderson, B.D., Kinnaird 
William S. Buchan, B.D.. Liff 
Neil Kennedy Mackenzie, M.A., L'gforgan 
Donald Davidson, Invergowrie 
John Sinclair, M.A., Lundie 
Alexander Anderson, B.D., Mains 

D. D. Maclaren, M.A., B.D., Monifieth 

... Andrew Armit, Monikie 

W. A. Forbes, B.D., Murroes 

S. Macaulay, LL.D., Tealing 

Suburban Districts not included in Presbytery of Dundee. 

(Vacant) 

John Heggie, Barry 

J.A.Fleming, M. A.* Kinloch st., Carnoustie 

... Thomas Munn, Foreran 

Donald M. Grant, East Newport 

John Caesar, M.A., Panbride 

Christopher Halliday, B.A., V.D., Tayport 

Harry Leggatt,M. A. , Cluniehse., Wormit 



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Dundee 
Albert Square (Meadowside) 

Baxter Park (Arbroath road) 

Bell Street 

Bonnethill (Hilltown) ... 

Bufeterburn (Hill street) 

Chalmers (Hunter street) 
Clepington (Arklay street) 
Downfield(Haldane st.,D'nfield) 
Dudhope (Lochee road) 
East (370 Queen St., Bro. Fy.)... 
East (High street, Lochee) 

High (Hospital wynd) 

Hilltown (Alexander street) ... 
Lochee Road (Logie street) ... 
M'Cheyne (328 Perth road) 
"ains a 

Strati 

field) 
Martyrs (Annfield road) 

Ogilvie (Albert street) .. 

Park (Park avenue) 



ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 
Presbytery of Dundee — United Free Church of Scotland. 
Clerk-Rev. James Robbie, M.A., B.D., 64 Forfar road. 

... G. R. Macphail, M.A., 6 Prospect place 

(James Fenton, M.A., Kilburn, by Wormit 
" (John Linton, M. A. (C. & S.), 8 Prospect pi. 
,.. T. Cunningham Fraser, M. A., 4 Craigie ter. 
... A. S. Marshall, 14 Constitution terrace 

(Robt. A. Watson, D.D.,Broomlea,W. Cults 
*" ( HughC. Hutchison, M.A.,15 Rosewood ter. 
... William Maxwell, M.A., 27 Windsor st. 
... James Robbie, M.A., B.D., 64 Forfar road 
A.S.Crichton,M.A.,16StMary'srd.,D'field 
Arthur C. Abel, 2 Adelaide place 
Frank Cairns, Mansefield, Broughty Ferry 
David Thorn, M.A., 2 Harefield rd., Lochee 
J. Howitt Grant, M. A.. 10 Adelaide place 
W. Gumming Skinner,M. A., 6 Wood ville pi. 
George Higgs, M.A., 7 Inverary terrace 
Kenneth Maclver, M.A., 2 Osborne place 
Mains and Strathmartine (507 ("Robert Lorimer (Senior Colleague) 

Strathmartine road, Down- -^Andrew Cumming, M.A., 505 Strath- 
( martine road, Downfield 
A. H. Charlton, 150 City road 
( H. F. Henderson, D.D., Youngerbank, 
\ Monifieth 

J. Miller Graham, 26 Dalkeith road 
( Jas. Manson, M. A., 14 James pi., Bro. Ferry 
Queen Street (Broughty Ferry) 1 D. H. Lawrence, D.D. (Emer.), 86 Morn- 
( ingside drive, Edinburgh 
(George Blair, B.D., 10 Windsor street 

Ryehill (Perth road) < James Aitken, D.D. (Emer.), 32 Harting- 

( ton place, Edinburgh 
(Alex. Adamson, B.D., 2 St Ninians ter., 
St Andrew's and Chapelshade J Edinburgh 

(Meadow place) j Charles Shaw, Lhassa, Dunblane 

(J ames Cosh, B.D.(C.&S.),5 Magdalen place 
St David's-in-West (Seymour st.) A. C. Mackenzie, 1 Douglas terrace 

St John's (Perth road) John M'Connachie, M.A., 23 Windsor st. 

(William W. Peyton, Llandudno 
St Luke's (Victoria pl.,W. Ferry) 1 Lewis A. Muirhead, D.D. (C. & S.), 
( 1 Seafield road, Broughty Ferry 
James Weatherhead, B. D., 13 Dudhope ter. 
Alexander White, 4 Briarwood terrace 
William Adam, 15 Briarwood terrace 
John Mansie, M.A., 9 Windsor street 
Thomas F. Best, Albert rd. , Broughty Ferry 
(Vacant) 

James R. Forgan, M.A., Brook st., B.F. 
J H. Angus Williamson, B.D., 3 Coupar 
\ Angus road, Lochee 
William Nelson, 2 Garland place 
W. A. Dunbar, 10 Airlie terrace 
Geo. Innes Smith,M.A.,Abernyte,Inchture 
Alex. A. Strathearn,M. A., Muirhead of Liff 
Adam Philip, M.A., Invergowrie 
Alexander Wiseman, M.A., Kingennie 



St Paul's (Nethergate) 

St Peter's (St Peter street) 
School Wynd (Lindsay street) 

Tay Square 

Union (75 Fort St., Bro. Ferry) 

Victoria Street 

West (39 Brook st., Bro. Ferry) 

West (High street, Lochee) ... 

Willison (Barrack street) 
Wishart Memorial (King street) 

Abernyte 

Liff 

Longforgan 

Monifieth— North 



Barry 

Carnoustie 



-Erskine 



ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 77 

Monifieth— Panmure Harry Law,M.A., Annabank, Monifietb 

South Crawford Smith, M. A., Monifietb 

Monikie Thomas S. Crichton, M.A., Monikie 

Newbigging D. Conochie, Newbigging 

Tealing Neil Elder, M.A., Tealing 

(Donald Cook, B.Sc, 27 Dalhousie terrace, Edinburgh 
Emeritus— < George Smart, 5 Baldovan road, Downfield 

(G. Elmslie Troup, M.A., 22 Hermitage drive, Edinburgh 

Suburban Districts not included in Presbytery of Dundee 

A. J. Campbell, M.A., Barry 

/John F. Dempster, Hazeldene, Carnoustie 
"'\Alex. Laurie(C. &S.), Thistle st., Carn'stie 

i James Philip, Edinburgh 
... J W. Potlinger, M. A. (C. & S.), Terrace rd., 

( Carnoustie 
... W. H. Hamilton, Gauldry 
... John A. Clark, B.D., William st., Newport 

(James S. Scotland, Woodhaven, Wormit 
...^William Hay, B.D. (C. & S.), Beverley 

( house, East Newport 
... R. S. MacLauchlan, M.A., Panbride 
... Alex. Home, Dougall street, Tayport 
... Robert Ross, M.A., Queen street 
... J. M. Richmond, M.A., Kinbank, Wormit 
Free Church of Scotland. 
Dundee— 
Dudhope (Dudhope street) ... Missionary— Jas. Irvine, 60 Liffrd., L'hee 

Scottish Episcopal. 
Bishop of Brechin and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church — Most Rev. W. 

J. F. Robberds, D.D., Forbeacourt, Dundee road, West Ferry 
Dundee— f Provost— Very Rev. F. C. Moir, M.A., 

The Rectory, 7 Airlie place 

i Canons — Very Rev. W. L. Christie, M.A., 

Stonehaven (Dean of Brechin), J. B. 



St Stephen's 

Logie and Gauldry 
Newport— St Fillan's 

Trinity 

Panbride 

Tayport — Erskine ... 

Queen Street 
Wormit 



Cathedral Church of S. Paul 
(Castlehill) 



S. John Baptist (Albert street) 



Jobberns, M.A., Carnoustie (Synod 

Clerk;, G. M. Duncan, M.A. (Rector 

of All Souls', Invergowrie), J. H. 

Shepherd, M.A. (Rector of S. Mary 

Magdalene's) 
Assistant Clergy— K. Mackenzie, M.B., 

Ch.B., Clergyhouse, Castlehill; C. F. 

Crichton, M.A., 8 Airlie ter.-, F. M. 

Masters, L.Th., 5 Esplanade buildings 
Hugh C. R. Cunnynghame, M.A., 93 

Clepington road 



S. Luke's (Baldovan road, Down- /H. Lindsay Johnston, M.A., H.C.F., 19 

field) \ AncruVn road, Lochee 

S.Margaret's(Ancrumrd., L'hee) H. Burdon, B.A., 19 Ancrum road, Lochee 
S. Mary's (Queen st., Bro. Ferry) H. T. J. Waring, B.D., 6 Balgillo ter., B.F. 

S -s^ Magdalene ' 8(BlinShall |T a rH J ontf S h \ P 7 h l^ P t;ie ReCt0r 

sireet; (M. Bailej', 21 Benvie road 

S. Salvador's (St Salvador st.) J. D. Mowat, B. A., 14 William street 
S. Martin's (Derby street) ... C. W. R. Lloyd, B.A., 8 Laurelbank 



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ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 



Sisterhood of S. Mary and S.) rv _ p __ t N 
Modwenna (12 King street) f <. vacan t; 



Diocesan Chaplain, Supernmry 
Mission to Seamen, Chaplain 

Carnoustie — Holy Rood 

Invergowrie — All Souls' 

Monifieth— Holv Trinity 



Newport — S. Mary's 



Castle Street , 

Lindsa}' Street 

Morison (Guthrie street) 

Panmure Street 

Princes Street 

Russell Chapel (Hawkhill) ... 
Trinity (Victoria road) ... 
Ward Chapel (Constitution rd.) 
Newport ... ... ... ... 



G. H. Taylor, B.A., 38 Bingham terrace 
H S. Vinning, M. A., Sailors' Home, Dock st. 
... J. 13. Jobberns, M.A., Carnoustie 
... Canon G. M. Duncan, M. A., Invergowrie 
... Canon J. H. Shepherd, Hill St., Monifieth 
Diocese of St Andrews. 

... C. S. Coldwell, Blyth street, E. Newport 
Congregational, Union. 
Dundee — District Secretary — Rev. R. C. Richardson, 10 Maryfield terrace 
BroughtyFerry(89Brookst.,B.F.)T. C. Murphy, M.A., 11 Rugby ter., B.F. 
JD. Russell Scott, M.A., Ashford, Wood- 
"" ( haven, Newport 
... H. G. Jeffries, 2 Dalhousie terrace 
... A. F. Simpson, M.A., 7 Rosewood terrace 
... Thos. Templeton, M. A., 103 Magdalen green 
... Robert C. Richardson, 10 Maryfield terr. 
... W. Jordan, 2 Park terrace, Blackness rd. 
... William Hamilton, M. A., 134 Arbroath rd. 
W. Major Scott, M.A., 4 Douglas terrace 
Arthur Bunce, Woodbine ter., E. Newport 
Roman Catholic. 
Bishop of Dunkeld— Right Rev. John Toner, D.D., 29 Magdalen Yard road 
Dundee— 
Our Lady of Good Counsel ... (Robert Gordon Russell, 1 Bothwell terrace, 
(Westfield rd., Bro. Ferry) \ Broughty Ferry 

/Right Rev. Mgr. J. Canon Turner, V.G., 
St Andrew's Pro - Cathedral 1 150 Nethergate 

(Nethergate) ... ... j Joseph Brough, 150 Nethergate 

V John Fahy, 150 Nethergate 
/Very Rev. John Canon M'Donald, 42 
j Wilkie's lane 

j Andrew M'Kinley, 42 Wilkie's lane 
( Richard Durand, do. 

St Joseph's Convent (Lawside) John Canon Doherty, 2 Lawside road 

( V. Rev. M. Canon Lavelle,M. R. ,22 Powrie pi. 
...< J. M'Mahon, do. 

( James Matthews, do. 

(John Kilcullen, 41 High street, Lochee 
St Mary's (High street, Lochee) 1 John Macdonald, do. 

(James Matthews, do. 

(Very Rev. John Canon Malcolm, 3 Mait- 
) land street 

]Owen Lynch, 3 Maitland street 
(Michael J. Fahy, B.A., 3 Maitland street 
( Very Rev. Thomas Canon Crumly, 120 
»< Liff road, Lochee 

( John Noonan, 3 Maitland street 
... John Noonan, King street, East Newport 
... Robert G. Hussell, 1 Bothwell ter.,B. Ferry 
Catholic Apostolic. 
Dundee (Constitution road) ... James Constable, 43 Constitution street 
Original Secession. 
(Vacant) 



St Joseph's (Blackness road) 



St Mary's (Forebank road) 



St Patrick's (Arthurstone ter.) 



Wellburn (Liff road, Lochee) .. 

Newport— St Fillan's 
Monifieth— St Bride's 



Dundee (Euclid crescent) 



ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 79 

Christian Church. 

Hermon Hall. South Tay Street ... ... ... ... 

Gospel Hall, 48 Wellgate ... ... ... 

"Weavers' Hall, 130 High street, Lochee ... ... ... • 

Dundee— Baptist. 

Broughtv Ferrv (St Vincent St.. B.F.) William Hill, Ellenbank, Bro. Ferry. 
Hawkhill (98 Hawkhill) ... Alex. Piggot, 118J Hawkhill 

Lochee (Bright street, Lochee) Albert B. Burgess, 162 City road, Locbee 
Maxwelltown (Jamaica street) (Vacant) 

Rattray Street Walter Richards, 13 Inverary terrace 

Ward Road D. D. Smith, 14 Clepington road 

Wesley an Methodist. 

Dundee— Ward Road W. Procter Robertson, B.D., 7 Albany ter. 

Church of Christ. 
Salem Chapel, 59 Constitution rd. Secretary — David Geekie, 80 Watson st. 
Salvation Army. 
Headquarters of Mid-Scottish Division, 20 Castle street; Brigadier Albert 
Hadden, Divisional Commander ; Major Donald Fletcher, Chancellor ; Com- 
mandant George Vint, Young People's Secretary. 
Dundee — Officers' Quarters. 

No. 1 Citadel, 42 Victoria road 101 Victoria road 

No. 2 Citadel, North Lindsay street 24 Garland place 

No. 3 Citadel, 1 Constitution street 4 Kinnaird street 

No. 4 Citadel, 2 Well road 24 Garland place 

Broughty Ferry (31 Gray street) 239 King street, Brought}' Ferry 

Lochee (Marshall street) 7 Rothiemay place, Lochee 

Tayport (Rose street) 21 Nelson street, Tayport 

Other Denominations. 
BaptisedBelievers, (King's Road Hall) Secy.- G. I. Thomson,24 Baxter Park ter. 
Christadelphian (Foresters' Hall) Secy. — David Young, 32 Forfar road 
! Church of God (John Street Hall) Pastor Donald Morrison, 25 Blackness ave. 
Deaf and Dumb (Dudhope Park) Missioner — W. S. Wright, 4 Rankine st. 

f Supt. — Thomas Pottie, 15 Lintrathen gar- 

Faith Mission (NicoU street) ... ^J^^^^L I J£ ! 

V Saturdav Bible Study, 7.30 p.m. 

Free esS 8 Hall) M "! eme ?. t . (F °. r .;} Richard L * e > M - A "' 4 Mor S an street 
Friends, Socy. of (11 Nethergate) Clerk — Jas. A. Braithwaite, 15 High st. 
j Gilfillan Memorial (Whitehall st.) Adam Hamilton, M.A.. 19 Hillcrest road 
Glassite (4 King street)... ... Secy. — John Sandeman, Braeside,W.Nprt. 

Hebrew (15 Meadow street) ... S. Bressloff, Svnagogue, 15 Meadow street 
(President, Rev" T. Templeton, M.A., 103 

Panmure Brotherhood ~! Magdalen green ; Hon. Secretary, A. D. 

( Hutchison, 14 Rose street 

Poorhouses John Campbell, 17 Janefield pi. (Chaplain) 

Unitarian Christian (Constn. rd.) Henry Williamson, 13 Coupar st., Lochee 

The Dundee Presbytery meets in St Mary's Church Hall, Tally street, on 
the first Wednesday of each month, at 12 noon (March and June, on second 
Wednesdays ; January, July, and August, no meeting). Clerk — Rev. S. 
Macaulay, LL.D., Tealing, by Dundee. Officer — Wm. M 'Hardy, 4 Forester st. 

The Dundee United Free Church. Presbytery meets in the hall of Tay 
Square Church on the second Wednesday of each month (August excepted) 
it 2 p.m. Clerk, Rev. James Robbie, M. A., B.D., 64 Forfar road ; Officer, 
W. M. Cameron, 20 Park avenue. 



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ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 



LEADERS OF PSALMODY AND CHURCH OFFICERS. 



Church. 



Leader of Psalmody 
or Organist. 



Established — 
Balgay 

Beach 

Bro'ty Ferry 

Chapelshade 

Clepington 
Downfield 

Fairrauir 
Lochee 

Logie 
Mains&Strath- 

martine 
Mary field 
Rosebank 
St Andrew's 
St Clement's 
St David's 
St Enoch's 
St John's 
St Luke's 
St Margaret's 

St Mark's 
St Mary's 
St Matthew's 
St Paul's 
St Stephen's 

Wallacetown 
United Free— 
Albert Square 
Baxter Park 
Bell Street 
Bonnethill 
Butterburn 
Chalmers 
Clepington 
Downfield 
Dudhope 
East, B. Ferry 

East, Lochee 

High 

Hill town 

Lochee Road 

M'Cheyne 

Mains and 

Strathmartine 

Martyrs 

Ogilvie 

Park 

Queen Street 



John J. Farquhar, 12 Jedburgh 

road 
Wni. Forsyth, Monifieth 

Douglas K. Patrick. 12 Rose street 

David B. Cunningham, 4S8 Strath- 
martine road, Downfield 
W. W. Bower, Midmill 
Miss Ireland, 25 Morgan street 

Miss M. Reid, 561 Strathmartine rd. 
Thomas Samuel, 8 St Mary's road, 

Downfield 
Joseph H. MacVey, 9 Osborne pi. 
Edith Hunter, 47 Baldovan terrace 

G. H. Littlejohn, 17 Wortley place 
Wm. Brunton, 183 Clepington road 
David Jeffrey, 4 South George st. 
Robert Couper, 42 Provost road 
Alex. C. Barrie, 17 Seymour street 
R. Scott, St Helens, Newport 
James Smith, 31 Seymour street 
R. Kilgour, 49 Taylor's lane 
William Hunter, 4 Castle terrace, 

Broughty Ferry 
W. J. Wallace, 27 Seymour street 
Alexander Low, 8 Union terrace 
H. Gibbons, Lowick, Barnhill 
John Hinchliffe, 1 Tay square 
A. W. Hay ward, Pine terrace 

Broughty Ferry 
Joshua S. Brand, 86 Nethergate 

Alex. M'Kay, 345 Clepington rd. 
Andrew Milier, 24 Lyon street 
John Hunter, 15 William street 
(Vacant) 

William Oswald, 84 Ferry road 
T. S. Linley, 14 Cleghorn street 
Charles Neilson, jun., 43 Dens rd. 
W. G. Bannerman , 319 Clepington rd. 
R. L. Robertson, 73 Sandeman st. 
Robt. Fernie, 2 Victoria terrace 

Barnhill 
E. W. Wighton, 8 Bellefield avenue 

George M'Ara, 23 Logie street 
James P. Ferrier, 3 Nelson terrace 
Andrew B. Christie 
H. Marshall, 4 Whitehall street 
Sidney R. Gordon, 582 Strath 

martine road, Downfield 
W. A. Cuthbert, 40 Cleghorn street 
John Low, 10 Forfar road 
D. H. M 'Nab, 6 North George street 
Sydney Plenderleath, 6 Bothwell 

terrace, West Ferry 



Church-Officer. 



P. Smith, 174 Lochee road 

Mrs M'Kenzie, Gordon place, 

Church street 
Fred Dewar, St Vincent street, 

Broughty Ferry 
David Donaldson, 20 Mid street 

D. G. Swankie, 96 Dens road 
James F. Soutar, 429 Strathmar- 
tine road 
Peter Assenti, 331 Clepington rd. 
John M'Farlane, 8 Marshall st., 

Lochee 
William Edwards, 29 Scott street 
William Palmer, Kirkgate, 

Mains 
D. W. Crighton, 48 Victoria rd. 
William C. Whyte, 41 Hill street 
las. M'Intosh, 41 Old Craigie road 
Andrew S. Dewar, 15 St Mary st. 
John Cuthbert, 21 Scott street 
R. S. M'Gregor, 15 Albert square 
Donald Pyott, 193 Perth road 
R. Hoskins, 1 Flight's lane, L'hee 
William Morris, St Margaret's 

Church cottage, Barnhill 
James Sharp, 16 West wynd 
W. M'Hardy, 4 Forester street 
John Boa, 86 Ferry road 
John Mitchell, 4 Bellfield street 
William J. Matchett, Logan place, 
Church street, Broughty Ferry 

C. Alexander, 26 Victoria street' 

John Nicoll, 9 Albert square 
Charles King, 30 Victoria street 
Alex. Clark, 66 Peddie street 

D. Campbell,182 Strathm'tine rd. 
James Sloan, 53 Caldrum street 
Alexander Carr, 51 Murraygate 
W. Wishart, 2 Elizabeth street 
Geo. Wears, 478 Strathm'tine rd. 
Duncan M'Intosh, 164 Lochee road 
David Gibson, 306 Queen street, 

Broughty Ferry 
James W. Stewart, 11 Balgay 

street, Lochee 
James Fleming, 88 Rosebank st. 
Thomas Scott, 269 Hilltown 
Geo. Potter, 65 St Andrew's st. 
Mrs A. Shields, 1 Shepherd's loan 
C. Sheriff, 24 Symers street, 

Downfield 
Alexander Burry, Church bldgs. 
G. A. Shepherd, 7 Small's wynd 
G. W. Crighton, 5 Morgan street 
C. Stewart, Queen Street cottage, 

Broughty Ferry 



ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 81 

LEADERS OF PSALMODY AND CHURCH-OFFICERS— Continued. 



Church. 



United Free— 
Ryehill 

St Andrew's & 

Chapelshade 

St David's-in- 

the-West 
St John's 
St Luke's 

St Paul's 
St Peter's 
School Wynd 
Taj- Square 
Union 

Victoria Street 
West.B. Ferry 

West, Lochee 

Willison 

WishartMeml. 

Free— Dudhope 
Cong'l Union — 
Bro'ty Ferry 
Castle Street 
Lindsay Street 
Morison 
Panmure St. 
Princes Street 

Russell Chapel 
Trinity 
Ward Chapel 

Episcopal — 
S.John Baptist 
S. Luke's 
S. Margaret's 
S. Martin's Mis 
S. Mary Magdl. 
S. Mary's 

S. Paul's 
" S. Salvador's 
Rom. Catholic — 

St Andrew's 
Pro-Cathedral 

St Joseph's 

St Mary's 

StMary's,L'hee 

St Patrick's 

Wesley an Meth. 
Ward Road 



Bro'ty Ferry 



Hawkhill 
Lochee 



Leader of Psalmody 
or Organist. 



W. P. Petrie, 38 Whitehall street 
David Hynd, 109 Rosebank street 

Jas. Peter, jun., 10 Forest Park rd. 

Edward Nicoll, 1 Rustic place 

W. Lindsay, Fortrock, Bro'ty Ferry 

James Hinchliffe, 1 Tay square 
Ernest Glass, 25 Thomson street 
Andrew Miller, 24 Lyon street 
Jn. Burrows, 30 AVhitehall street 
Charles Willsher, 1 Hunter place, 

Broughty Ferry 
Peter Stephen, 45 Dura street 
A. A. Cooper, 1 Windsor terrace, 

Broughty Ferry 
Charles W. Sinclair, Lundie 
Alfred Campbell, 74 Olepington rd. 
William Wighton, 12 C leghorn st. 

Jas. Gillespie, 28 Kincardine street 

Alfred Doig, 48 Cleghorn street 
D. Paterson, 2 Viewbank terrace 
Alex. J, Faulds, 15Bellefield avenue 
Miss Colville, 1 Lowden's alley 
EL S. Edwards, 6 Nelson street 
C. N. Ramsay, 149 Clepington road 

(Vacant) 

J. F. Reid, 178 Lochee road 
S. P. Guttridge, 10 Kilnburn place, 
Newport 

Sidney Cawood, 34 Bingham ter. 
R. Gault, 147 Clepington road 
G. Battes, 16 Ancrum road 
William Dargie, Downfield 

A. M. Stoole, Greymount, Barn- 
hill 
C. M. Cowe, 7 Richmond terrace 
A. W. Brown, Roslin place, B. Ferry 



Miss Agnes Murphy, 7 Westfield lane 
Ernest B. Jones, 9 S. Tay street 
D. A. Christie, 18 Baxter Park ter. 
Mrs Burke, 42 High street, Lochee 
Miss C. M'Erlain, 35 Cowgate 



C A. Annitage, 41 Seafield road 



D. B. Murray, 81 Gray street, Bro'ty 

Ferry 
Mrs Wallace, 39 Rosefield street 
Wm. C. Carver, 224 Lochee road 



Church-Officer. 



Daniel Beaton, 9 Mid wynd 
Robert Thorns, 23 Scott street 

Philip Keddie, 177 Blackness rd. 

James M'Nab, 132 Perth road 
Alexander Thomson, 53 King st., 

Bro'ty Ferry 
Kenneth Milne, 145 Overgate 
George Myles, 4 St Peter street 
Alexander Watt, 124 Hilltown 
W. M. Cameron, 20 Park avenue 
Alex. Clark, 156 Brook street, 

Broughty Ferry 
John Cassells, 13 Wolseley street 
John Moonie, 70 Church street, 

Broughty Ferry 
Wm. Lakie, 2 Nicoll'slane, Lochee 
John Walker, 151 Victoria road 
Ebenr. Crockatt, 8 North Ellen st. 

MissL. Gillespie, 28 Kincardine st. 

Jas. King, Union st. , Bro'ty Ferry 
A. Brand, 1 Leng street 
W. Lockhart, 81 Str'thmartinerd. 
James Bennet, 24 Forest Parkrd. 
Arthur Lowden, 2 Gowrie place 
James S. Easton, 10 M'Leanst., 

Downfield 
Alex. M'Innes, 272 Hawkhill 
R. M'Gregor, 4 Eadie's road 
Alex. Litster, 20 Bell street 



Mrs Melville, 118 Albert street 
Mrs Price, Pitempton, Downfield 
G. Urquhart, 30 South rd., Lochee 
Mrs Crabb, North street 
T. Parry, 7 Blinshall street 
W. Mepham, 306 Queen street, 

Broughty Ferry 
W. Stuart, 47 Benvie road 
Mrs Winter, 16 N. Wellington st. 



Joseph W. Casciani, 174 Overgate 
Chas. Connor, 39 Blackness road 
P. Barret, 21 Forebank road 
Frank Guthrie, St Mary's lane 
John Marra, 57 Lily Dank road 



R. Simpson, 4 Airlie terrace 



Harry Brown, 329 Brook street, 
Broughty Ferry 

Alex. Paterson, 9S Logie street 



82 ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 

LEADERS OF PSALMODY AND CHURCH-OFFICERS— Continued. 



Church. 



Baptist — 
Maxwelltown 
Rattray Street 
Ward Road 

Miscellaneous— 
Cath. Apostolic 

Gilfillan Mem. 
Original Secess 
Soc. of Friends 
Unit'rn Christn 
Free Religious 
Movement 



Leader of Psalmody 
or Organist. 



Miss Low, Paradise road 
David Buik, 20 Peddie street 
Wm. Alexander, 29 Union st. 



Miss Kirkpatrick, Dallfield terrace 

Fred Gihson, 30 Whitehall street 
A. H. Dyer, 37 High st., Lochee 



Miss Robertson, 145 Clepington rd. 



Church-Officer. 



James Duncan, 10 Carnegie st. 
Robert Whyte, 4 Forester street 
Chas. Davidson, 4 Forester street 



Joseph Ritchie, 46 Dudhope Cres- 
cent road 
Geo. Edwards, Gilfillan Memorial 
Jas. Watson, 7 Park terrace 
Mrs Barty, 88 Princes street 
Hy. Nimmo, 53 Constitution rd. 
Alex. Steven, 19 Union pi., and 
And. Smart, 8 Baffin st., Secys. 



UNITED PRESBYTERIAN TOWN MISSION. — President, Patrick 
Hunter; Vice-President, James H. Smith; Secretary and Treasurer, W. "VV. 
Halley, 46 Bell street ; Missionary, Robert Crichton. Mission Premises, 
Dallfield walk. 

DUNDEE BOYS' AND GIRLS' RELIGIOUS ASSOCIATION.— Presi- 
dent, ; Vice-President, John Gordon ; Secretarj^, E. W. Christie, 

Ashdene, Wormit ; Treasurer, John Rattray, 20 Reform street ; Secretary 
of Staff Meeting, W. C. Fleming, Annalee cottage, Tayport. 

SABBATH FORENOON MEETINGS. 



Name of 
Meeting. 



Annfield Street 
Bog Mission 
Bonnethill 
Butterburn 
Caledonia Hall 
Campbell Street 
Camperdown 
Cherryfield 
Children's F.B. 
Dallfield Walk 
Dudhope 
Grove Street Mis, 
Hillbank Mission 
Jamaica Street 
Links Mission 
Logie 

Muirhead of Liff 
Parkhead 
Park Wynd 
Rosebank 
St Andrew's 
St Clement's 
Tent Mission 
Unity Hall 
Victoria Street 
Willison 



Under auspices of 



D.B. & G.R.A. 
Bog Mission 
BonnethillU.F.Ch. 
D.B. &G.R.A. 
RattraySt.Bap.Ch. 
D.B. & G.R.A. 
Lochee West U.F. 
Y.M.C.A. 
D.B. & G.R.A. 
U.P. Town Mission 
Dudhope U.F. Ch. 
Victoria St. U.F.Ch 
Hilltown U.F. Ch. 
Hilltown U.F. Ch. 
East U.F. Church 
D.B. & G.R.A. 
Liff Pres. Churches 
Ogilvie U.F. Ch. 
St John's U.F. Ch. 
D.B. & G.R.A. 
St Andrew's U.F. 
St Clement's Estab. 
Tent Mission 
D.B. & G.R.A. 
VictoriaSt. U.F.Ch. 
Willison U.F. Ch. 



Where held. 



18 Annfield st. 
Kirk st., Lochee 
247a Hilltown 
Str'hmartine rd. 
52 Westport 

22 Campbell st. 
Nicoll'sln.L'chee 
137 Blackness rd. 
Bell street lane 
Dallfield walk 
113 Lochee road 
Grove street 
Laing street 
Jamaica street 
Castle st.,B. Fy. 
Scott Street Hall 
Muirhead 
Pitkerro road 
40 Park wynd 
20 Rosebank st. 

19 Meadow street 
Lindsay street 
Peter street 

15 Hilltown 
Victoria street 
Dudhope Cres.rd 



Chairman. 



John Dawson, 2 Airlie terrace 
James W. Hutton, 37 Rankine st. 
D. Farquharson,7Constitution st. 
Geo.Coulthard,281 Stra'm'tinerd. 
J. Johnston, 21 Kinloch street 
John Gordon, 397 Clepington rd. 
J. M. Brown, Viewhill, Ancrum rd. 
(Vacant.) 

James Sloan, 34 Wellington street 
W. W. Halley, 2 Douglas terrace 
John Stewart, 22 Fleuchar street 
J. G. Menzies, 130 Arbroath road 
W. S. Bisset, 179 Victoria road 
D. R. Kidd, 22 Inverary terrace 
Alex. Bates, Seaviewpl., B. Ferry 
D. Brown, 7 William street 
John Yule, Liff 

G. Nicoll, 20 Baxter Park terrace 
R. J. Lawson, 14 Rosewood terr 
W. Whiteside, 213 Hilltown 
W. H. Reid, Balgray street 
Alexander Kidd, 2 Malcolm st. 
W. Williamson, 2 Dudhope place 
Andrew Chalmers, 1 Leng street 
John D. Brown, 3 Forfar road 
J. H. Martin, 7 Panmure terrace 



ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 83 

DUNDEE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND OFFICE-BEARERS' ASSOCIA- 
TION. — President, Robert Jackson, M.A. ; Vice-President, A. R. Mechan ; 
Treasurer and Secretary, Charles Soutar, 11 Whitehall street. 

CHURCH OF SCOTLAND COMMITTEE ON TEMPERANCE.— 

Convener, Rev. R. Menzies Fergusson, D.D., Logie, Bridge of Allan ; 

Secretary and Treasurer, John W. Douglas, writer, 136 "Wellington street, 
! Glasgow; District Convener, Rev. A. W. Fergusson, B.D., The Manse, 
i Dundee; Representative, William Buchanan, F.T.C.A., 3 Gibson terrace. 

DUNDEE UNITED FREE CHURCH OFFICE-BEARERS' UNION.— 
President, James H. Martin ; Treasurer, Lewis F. Robertson ; Secretary, 
George A. Reid, 22 Meadowside. 

DUNDEE HOME MISSION UNION.— President, Lord Provost Sir William 
Don ; Vice-Presidents, Sir George Ritchie, Sir Geo. W. Baxter, Bart. , William 
Beattie ; Treasurer, John Rattray, 5 Albany terrace ; Secretary, Rev. 
William Nelson, 2 Garland place. 

DUNDEE SABBATH SCHOOL TEACHERS' UNION.— Hon. President, 
Wm. Hunter ; President, Colin Macdonald ; Vice-President, John Sinclair ; 
Treasurer, Robert Wilson ; Secretarj^, John M. Ore, 89 Magdalen green. 

LOCHEE BOG MISSION, Kirk street, Lochee. — President, James 
W. Hutton ; Vice-Presidents, Thomas Fyffe and James Goodall ; Treasurer, 
James W. Hutton ; Secretary, James Goodall, 43 Benvie road ; Missionary, 
Miss Elizabeth B. Keillor. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR UNION.— 

President, Rev. D. Smith-; Vice-Presidents, Rev. A. H. Charlton and S. 
Meakin ; Treasurer, George Shepherd ; Recording Secretary, Miss Mina Allan ; 
Corresponding Secretary, Jas. Johnstone, 21 Kinloch street ; Representative 
to National Scottish Union, R. C. Boyd, 14 Small's lane. Local Societies 
and Secretaries : — 

Bog Mission, Lochee Saturday, 8 p.m. Miss Rennie, 3 Burnside st., L'hee. 

Martyrs V.V. ^ ^idayTp.m. }MissL. ha lm e r s,15Fo r est P k. r d 

Maxwellto'n Baptist Sunday, 10 a.m. Miss K. Mackie, 43 Erskine st. 

„ Jun. Thursday, 7.30 p.m. J. C. M'Leary, jun., 4 Derby st. 

Rattray St. Baptist Sundaj^, 10 a.m. Miss N. Allan, 42 St Mary's place 

,, Jun. Monday, 7.30 p.m. Miss Mary Ramsay, 2 Morgan st. 

Steeple Jun. Monday, 7.30 p.m. Miss Martin, 74 Clepington road 

Victoria Street U.F. Sunday, 10 a.m. S. Meakin, 8 Eden street 

,, Jun. Tuesday, 7.30 p.m. Ramsay Hay, 2 Catherine street 

Ward Road Baptist Monday, 8 p.m. Miss Chalmers, 296 Perth road 

Links Mission, B. Fy. Thursday, 8.30 p.m. Miss Lawrence, 246 Brook st.,B.F. 

DUNDEE UNITED EVANGELISTIC ASSOCIATION AND TENT 
MISSION. — President, William Henderson ; Vice-President and Secretary, 
Peter Will, 21 Albany terrace ; Hon. Treasurer, William Nairn. 

THE BOYS' BRIGADE. — Headquarters Office, 30 George square, 
Glasgow. Dundee Battalion. — Headquarters, 45 Commercial street. 
President, T. M. Davidson ; Vice-President, W. S. Bisset ; Secretary, C. Boyd 
Anderson, 45 Commercial st. ; Treasurer, Arthur E. Barry, 45 Magdalen gr'n. 

Dundee Companies, with their respective Captains. — 1st (St Paul's U.F. 
Mission), W. R. Ingram, 41 Seafield road ; 2nd (Ward Chapel C.U.), R. A. 
Beveridge, 56 Magdalen Yard road; 3rd (Y.M.C.A.), George Knowles, 83 



84 ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 

Commercial street ; 4th (St Mark's Parish), Alexander J. Mitchell, 33 

Cleghorn street; 5th (Chalmers U.F.), ; 6th (Lochee East U.F.), R. 

G. Reid, 2 Liff road ; 8th (Episcopal Church), J. W. Rodger, 15 Pitkerro 
road; 9th (M'Cheyne U.F.), Charles Duncan, 317 Clepington road; 
10th (Wallacetown Parish), John Crighton, 4 Lammerton terrace ; 

11th (St David's Parish), ; 12th (High U.F.), W. J. Paton, 183 

Clepington road ; 13th (Clepington Parish), A. Thomson, 2 Hill street ; 
14th (Bonnethill U.F.), E. Easson, 23 Arthur street ; 15th (Ogilvie U.F.), 
A. B. Bowman, 185 Albert street; 16th (Clepington U.F.), A. Oliphant, 
11 Arklay street ; 17th (Lochee West U.F.), A. Soutar, 182 Lochee road ; 
18th (St Peter's U.F.), David Donald, Blossombank, Invergowrie ; 19th 
(Tay Square U.F.), Robert R. Smith, 3 Bell street; 20th (St John's U.F.), 
Arthur E. Barry, 45 Magdalen green ; 21st (Monifieth Y.M.C.A.), 

; 22nd (Trinity C.U.), A. B. Samson, 2 Gibson terrace; 23rd (St 

Andrew's U.F.), W. C. Mitchell, 29 Morgan street ; 24th (St Mary's Parish 
Church Blackscroft Mission), H. D. Campbell, 6 Nelson street ; 25th 
(Baxter Park U.F.), Rev. J. Linton, 8 Prospect place ; 26th (Hilltown U.F.), 

J. S. Clark, 38 Strathmartine road ; 27th (Russell Chapel C.U.), ; 

28th (Panmure Street C.U.), D. Carmichael, 15 William street; 29th (Car- 
noustie), Rev. J. B. Jobberns, Carnoustie ; 30th (Princes Street C.U.), John 
Tarbet, 12 Molison street; 31st (Bufcterburn tJ.F.), Rev. H. C. Hutchison, 
15 Rosewood terrace ; 32nd (St Matthew's Parish), . 

BOYS' BRIGADE (Church of Scotland).— St Andrew's— Secretary, 
John M. Ormond, 15 Park avenue. 

CITY OF DUNDEE BOY SCOUTS ASSOCIATION.— County Commis- 
sioner, Lt.-Col. H. K. Smith ; Deputy Commissioner, D. M. Smith ; Treasurer, 
James G. Cram ; County Secretary, Edward Robertson, 478 Strathmartine 
road, Downfleld. 

Local Associations. — Western — Chairman, James Malloch ; Vice-Chair- 
man, John L. Stevenson ; Secretary and Treasurer, William L. Don, 3 Douglas 
terrace. Eastern — Chairman, James M'Kenzie; Vice-Chairman, W. Thomson; 
Secretary, J. Eadie, 298 Strathmartine road, Downfleld. Fife — District 
Commissioner, Rev. C. Halliday ; Chairman, Sir James Scott ; Secretary, 
James Johnston, Messines, Tayport. 

Troops and Scoutmasters.— (No. 1) Jas. Shaw, 47 High street ; (2) James 
G. Cram, 38 Whitehall street ; (3) A. G. Patrick, 9 Muirfield crescent ; (4) 
Thomas Whyte, 91 Commercial street ; (5) W. C. Lamb, Burn street, Down- 
field ; (6) Mrs Stenhouse, King street, Broughty Ferry; (7) Jas. M'Gregor, 
63 Watson street ; (8) Frank Mitchell, 36 Victoria road ; (9) David Conning, 
6 Mortimer place ; (10) James Travers, Panmure street, Broughty Ferry ; 
(11) Rev. John Sinclair, Luudie ; (12) Jas. Smith, 177 Albert street ; (13) Jas. 
M'Call, Dudhope U.F. Church; (14) George Ritchie, 92 Dock street; (15) 
Alexander Cameron, Bellevue, Wormit ; (16) J. Forrest, Craigard, Newport ; 
(17) Rev. C. Halliday, The Manse, Tayport ; (18) Rev. William Buchan, Liff ; 
(19) Rev. Canon J. M. Shepherd, The Rectory ; (21) W. L. Don, Ardarroch, 
Douglas terrace; (22) Rev. Canon Duncan, Invergowrie; (23) J. M'Intosh, 
King's road ; (24) J. Stewart Bates, 27 Perth road ; (25) R. C. Boyd, Martyrs' 
U.F. Church ; (26) J. Simpson, St John's (Cross) Church ; (27) R Candow, 
Broughty Ferry Parish Church ; (2S) J. Powrie, St Paul's Parish Church. 

Wolf Cubs (Junior Scouts). — (No. 1) Rev. A. S. Crichton, Downfleld ; 
(3) Geo. Duncan, 15Kirkton rd., Downfleld ; (4) T. G. Bruce, Derby house, E. 
Newport ; (5) James Smith, 177 Albert street ; (9) Miss Batting, 9 Welling- 
ton street. 



ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 85 

B.P. GIRL GUIDES, Dundee Association. — Presidents, Lady Don, 

Lady Baxter, Lady Urquhart ; Commissioner, Miss Kynoch ; Hon. Secretary 

and Treas.,MissO. H. Smith, Moraig, Newport, Fife. Headquarters, Steeple 

Club, 80 Nethergate. 

DUNDEE COLPORTAGE MISSION. — Secretary and Treasurer, 
H. Craigie Smith, 10 Rankine's court. 

DUNDEE TRACT SOCIETY.— President, Wifl. Hunter; Vice-President, 
J. H. Smith ; Treasurer, J. Aitchison ; Secretary (Vacant). 

DUNDEE RAILWAY MISSION. — Hon. President, A. H. Stephen: 
Superintendent, John Aitchison ; Secretary, Miss Nellie Taylor, 53 Taylor's 
lane. Meets in Bethany Hall. 

NATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND, Dundee Auxiliary.— 
President, David Air ; Vice-President, James H. Smith ; Treasurer, ¥m. 
Mackie ; Secretaries, J. AY. Shepherd, Tayview, Newport, and William 
Stewart, Y.M.C.A. 

LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY, Dundee Auxiliary.— Chairman, 
Robert Lickley ; Treasurer, William Bell ; Secretary, Rev. Arthur Bunce, 
Woodbine terrace, East Newport. Juvenile Auxiliary. — Secretary and 
Treasurer, R. A. Beveridge, 56 Magdalen Yard road. Ladies Auxiliary. — 
Secretary, Mrs Nicoll, 87 Commercial street. 

THE M'ALL MISSION IN FRANCE, Dundee Auxiliary.— Hon. Secy. 
and Treasurer, J. Dickson Dodds, St Fort, Wormit. 

WALDENSIAN MISSIONS AID SOCIETY. — Hon. Secretary and 
Treasurer, J. Dickson Dodds, St Fort, Wormit. 

LIVINGSTONIA MISSION, Local Committee.— Chairman, W. B. Irvine; 
Convener, Rev. J. Mansie; Hon. Secy, and Treas., H. C. Smith, 10 Rankine's 
Court. 

BIBLE LANDS MISSIONS AID SOCIETY, Dundee Auxiliary— Hon. 
Secretary and Treasurer, J. Dickson Dodds, St Fort, Wormit. 

INLAND SOUTH AMERICA MISSIONARY UNION.— Local Secretary, 

Miss Margaret Scott, Riversdale. 

TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 

Dundee Temperance Society and Gospel Temperance Union. — 
President, J. H. Martin ; Vice-Presidents, D. M. Brown, D. S. Smith, 
John A. Leng ; Hon. Treasurer, A. P. Pellow, 48 Murraygate. Office, 
Y.M.C.A., Constitution road. 

Scottish Permissive Bill and Temperance Association.— Midland 
District Superintendent, William Neill Moir, 41 Seafield road. 

Scottish Prohibition Party— Office, 6 St Andrew's street.— Chairman 
of N.C. Executive, T. F. Watson (Coatbridge); Vice-Chairmen, A. Donnet, 
J. Chalmers, D. Kydd ; Treasurer, C. C. Bell ; Organising Secretary, Edwin 
Scrymgeour ; Assistant Secretary, P. Watson. 

Socialist Prohibition Fellowship — Unity Hall, 15 Hilltown.— 
Organiser, Robert Stewart; Secretary, William Adamson, jun., 53 West 
Lyon street. 

Dundee Citizens' Council to Secure No Licence— Office, 11 Nether- 
gate.— President, Rev. T. Templeton; Vice-Presidents, Mrs Stott, H. B. 
Martin ; Treasurer, W. Bisset ; Organising Secretary, W. N. Moir, 41 
Seafield road. 



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ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 



British Women's Temperance Association— (Forfarshire District Union) 
Office, 44 High street. —President, Mrs William Kinnear ; Treasurer, Mrs R. 
Lickley ; Hon. Secretary, Miss Duncanson, 10 Milnbank road. Dundee 
Branches and Secretaries — 

Butter burn— Miss Pottie, 15 Lintrathen 

gardens 
Caledonia — Miss Oathro, 15 Glamis 

street 
Clepington— Mrs. J. Robertson, 17 Brown 

Constable street 
Gilfillan — Miss A. Neilson, 14 Victoria 

chambers 
Monifieth — Miss M'Conachy, Westbourne, 

Monifieth 
Sunshine— Miss Rodger, The Lawton, by 

Dundee 
Grace Darling— Miss S. Deas, 1 Mid street 
Hillbank — Miss Bisset, 1 Wortley place 
Hope Union. — Hon. Presidents, 
Patrick Hunter, and W. H. Buist ; President, George Jamieson ; Vice- 
Presidents, William Buchanan, John Gordon ; Treasurer, P. Dobson ; 
Secretary, W. Neill Moir, 41 Seafield road. Local Bands of Hope on Roll — 



Dundee— Miss Davidson, 8 Garland place 
Brown Street Hall — Miss M'Leod, Brae- 
more, Newport 
Central— Miss Thomson, 12 Dudhope ter. 
Cherryfield — 

Eastern— Miss Third, Allan Place, Down- 
field 
Lochee — Miss Christie, 42 Cobden street, 

Lochee 
Western— Mrs Fairful, 53 Taylor's lane 
Maxwelltown — Mrs Hunt, 5 Ellen street 
Martyrs— Mrs Graham, 2 Blyth place 
Broughty Ferry— Miss Sword, 160 St 
Vincent street, Broughty Ferry 
Dundee and District Band of 



Bog Mission — Miss Rennie, 3 Burnside st. 
Bonnethill — Miss Anderson, 47 Hospital 

wynd 
Broty. I.O.G.T. andl.O.R.— J. B. Murray, 

Oswald place, Broughty Ferry 
Butterburn — D. Cruden, 157 Strathmar- 

tine road 
Caledonia Hall — Miss Lackie, 7 Park ave. 
Chalmers U.F.— G. Mair, 55 Milnbank 

road 
C.F.B. Mission — George Lockhart, 81 

Strathmartine road 
Clepington Parish— Mrs Miller, 164 Clep- 
ington road 
Dallfield Walk Mission— W. W. Halley, 2 

Douglas terrace 
Dudhope U.F.— Miss Thorton, 42 Cobden 

street 
Excelsior— D. Hughes, 4 Earl st. , Lochee 
Forward Tent 1. 0. R. - P. Dobson, 3 Strath- 
martine road 
Free Church— James Irvine, 60 Liff road 
Friends— J. A. Braithwaite,15 High street 
Hope of Abertay — R. H. Brown, 3 Reform 

street, Monifieth 
Isla Tent I.O.R.— William Walker, 16 

Forest Park road 
Jamaica Street Mission — J. Miller, jun., 

9 Ellen street 
Liff— Miss Ross, Elnibank, Muirhead of 

Liff 
Links Mission — MissNicoll, 1 Cumberland 

place, Broughty Ferry 
Lochee Bog Mission — Miss M. Rennie, 

3 Burnside street, Lochee 
Lochee Parish— Miss Swanley, 12 Stewart 

Martyrs U.F.— Miss N, Allan, 111 Hawkhill 
Newport — G. Peattie, Rockville, W. New- 
port 
Park U.F.— Miss Baxter, 2 Lynnevvood 
place 



Park Wynd— A. Smith, 138 Perth road 
Perseverance Tent — William Allan, 42 

St Mary's place 
Pride of Dundee, I.O.R.— Mrs Dobson, 3 

Strathmartine road 
Seamen's Chapel — John M. Laing, 30 

Ben vie road 
Society of Friends— J. A. Braithwaite, 15 

High street 
St Clement's— A. B. Kidd, 2 Malcolm st. 
St Mark's E.C.— Miss M. S. Taylor, 3 Ellen 

street 
St Martin's Mission— A. Milne, 39 Provost 

road 
St Paul's U.F. — John Sinclair, 9 Westpark 

gardens 
St Peter's U.F. — A. Lawrence, Gowrie pi. 
Sunbeam — Alex. Reid, 33 Lyon street 
Tabernacle— R. Hunter, 30* Whitehall st. 
Taylor's Lane Mission— G. Steel, 2 Abbots- 
ford pi., Peddie street 
Union U.F. — A. H. M. Kippen, Lethnot 

cottage, Broughty Ferry 
Upward— P. Dobson, 3 Strathmartine road 
Victoria Street U.F. —Miss A. Reid, 72 

Clepington road 
Victory Tent, I.O.R.— J. M. Lothian, 

Frederick street, Downfield 
Wallacetown— James Walker, 17J Welling- 
ton street 
Wallacetown Tent— R. J. Sword, 14 West 

wynd 
Ward Chapel — R. A. Beveridge, 4Tay ter. 
Ward Road Baptist — Robert Luke, 3 Eden 

street 
Ward Road Wesleyan— Miss Shaw, 49 Dura 

street 
Westport— G. Jamieson, 19 Blackness ave. 
Willison U.F. — MissB. Watson, 3 Cochrane 

street 
Wormit U.F. — Rev. J. M. Richmond, 

Wormit 



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EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY 
INSTITUTIONS. 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE.— Trustees— Lord Provost Sir William Don, 
John Leng Sturrock, M.P., Right Hon. Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, 
M.P., Alexander Wilkie, M.P., Edward William Neish, B.A., Sheriff- 
Substitute, Dundee; Charles T. Gordon, B.A., Sheriff-Substitute, Forfar; 
Lord Dean of Guild P. S. Nicoll. 

Governors — Life: Earl of Dalhousie, Sir G. W. Baxter, Bart., LL.D.,, 
E. F. Maitland, J. Martin White, W. C. Leng, J. G. F. Lowson, Ph.D., 
James Smieton, M.A., B.Sc, Mrs M. H. Ogilvie, Mrs Eleanor Sharp, Mrs E. 
W. Wenley, Mrs B. Sharp, Mrs A. M'Kenzie, Mrs Ralph A. Wilson, Sir 
William Peterson, LL.D., C.M.G., H. Gourlay, Robert Fleming, D. C. 
Thomson, J. C. Buist, Mrs Andrew Low, W. G. Robertson, M.A., J. B. Don, 
M.A., Colonel Fergusson, William Hunter, Lord Kinnaird, James N. Smith, 
Sir W. S. M'Cormick, LL.D., Wm. Mackenzie, J. C. Robertson, T. N. J. 
Bell, Sir Charles Barrie, William Henderson, James Guthrie, Principal Mackay, 
M.D., LL.D., David Air, P. S. Brown, W. W. Fairweather, Joseph Gibson,. 
George S. Lamb, Sir James Low, Bart., Wm. Low, LL.D. (Blebo), Wm. 
Low (Balmakewan), S. M. Low, Alexander Mackay, C. B. Ovenstone, 
Joseph Philip, William Rettie, Robert Sinclair, M.D., LL.D., Robert 
B. Sharp, Frederick B. Sharp, T. H. Smith, Andrew Spalding, James 
Tawse, William Thomson. Miss Wj-brants, W. O. Cunningham, G. A. 
Gilroy, A. Bruce Gilroy, James B. Ballingall, M.A., LL.B., Lieut. -General. 
H. M. Ballingall, Lady Ogilvy Dalgleish of Errol Park, Mrs Cox of Cardean, 
A. Bethune Duncan, John N. Kyd, W. R. Sharp, William Ballingall, M.A., 
F.C.S. Ex-officio : Earl of Strathmore, Lord-Lieutenant of the County; 
William Smith, Balzeordie, Brechin, Convener of the County ; Captain W. 
T. Shaw, M.P. for the County ; John Leng Sturrock, M.P. for Montrose 
Burghs ; John M'Kie Lees, K.C., Sheriff of the County; Lord Dean of Guild 
Nicoll; H. T. J. S. Steuart Fothringham, Convener of Commissioners of 
Supply of the County ; W. O. Cunningham, for the Chamber of Commerce ; 
Peter Reid, for the Education Authority ; C. C. Duncan, for the High School ; 

for the Free Library, and the members of the College Council for 

the time being. 

Council. — Elected by the Governors: Sir G. W. Baxter, Bart., LL.D. 
(Chairman), William Low, J. Ernest Cox, John C. Buist, James Cunning- 
ham, M.A., Colonel Fergusson, William Mackenzie, George Bonar, P. S. 
Brown, W. C. Leng, Joseph Philip, Thomas H. H. Walker. Ex-officio : 
| Lord Provost Sir William Don, Right Hon. W. L. S. Churchill, M.P., 
Alex. Wilkie, M.P., Sheriff Neish, Sheriff Gordon, Principal J. Yule Mackay, 
LL.D., W. Norman Boase, President of the Chamber of Commerce; 
Professor E. Waymouth Reid, Sc.D., F.R.S. (elected by the Professors); 

President of the College ; Sheriff Neish, Chairman of Directors 

of Royal Infirmary ; Christopher J. Bisset, Chairman of the Dundee 
Education Authority. 



88 EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 
Professors- Pbincipal-J. Yule Mackay, M.D., LL.D. 

Mathematics J. E. A. Steggall, M.A. 

Physics (Harris Chair) William Peddie, D.Sc., F.R.S.E. 

Chemistry Alexander M'Kenzie, M.A., Ph.D. 

Engineering and Drawing (Vacant). 

NaturalHistory(J.B.BaxterChair) J. F. Gemmil, M.A.. M.D., D.Sc. 

Botany (J. F. AVhite Chair) (Vacant). 

Anatomy (T. H. Cox Chair) J. Yule Mackay, M.D., LL.D. 

Physiology E. Waymouth Reid, B.A., M.B.. Sc.D., 

F.R.S. 

Surgery L. Turton Price, M.B., Ch.B. 

Medicine , A. M. Stalker, M.A., M.D. 

Materia Medica F. J. Charteris, M.D. 

Pathology L. R. Sutherland, M.B., CM. 

Midwifery J. A. Campbell Kynoch, M.B., CM. 

Lecturers — Harbour Engineering (Special), J. Hannay Thompson, M.Sc, 
M.I.C.E. ; English, George Soutar, M.A., D.Litt. ; Logic and Metaphysics, 
C. D. Broad, M.A. ; Education, Professor John Edgar, M.A. ; Classics and 
Ancient History, T. R. Mills, M.A. ; French Language and Literature, 
F. J. Tanquerey, L. es L., B.Sc, Doct. es Let., Officier dAcademie ; 
Medical Jurisprudence, Dr David Lennox; Public Health, Dr W. L. 
Burgess; Fevers, Dr Burgess; Ophthalmology, Dr M'Gillivray ; Mental 
Diseases, Dr Tuach-Mackenzie ; Clinical Surgery, Mr D. M. Greig and 
Professor L. Turton Price ; Clinical Medicine, Professor Stalker and Dr Mackie 
Whyte ; Clinical Midwifery and Gyneecology, Professor Kynoch and Dr 
Buist ; Diseases of Children, Mr D. M. Greig and Dr Rogers ; Diseases of 
Ear, Nose, and Throat, Dr Mathers ; Diseases of the Skin, Dr F. M. Milne ; 
Clinical Pathology, F. M. Milne, M.A., B.Sc, M.B., Ch.B., D.P.H. ; 
Clinical Medical Tutor, Charles Kerr, M.B., CM. ; Anaesthetist, Arthur 
Mills, M.D. ; Scots Law, James Allison, M.A., LL.B. ; Conveyancing, 
; Geology, — ; Histology, John Taylor, M.D., Ch.M. 

Assistant Lecturers and Demonstrators — Mathematics, R. K. Butchart,B.Sc; 
Physics, W. G. Robson, A. R.C.S., James Forrest, M.A., B.Sc, and Ada 
May Malcolm, B.Sc. ; Chemistry, John S. W. Boyle, M.A., B.Sc, Nellie 
"Walker, M.A., B.Sc, and Isobel Agnes Smith, M.A., B.Sc ; Engineering, 
A. R. Fulton, D.Sc, A. M.I.C.E., and Ernest G. Ritchie, B.Sc. ; Zoology, J. 
H. Low, B.Sc. ; Botany, G. West ; Physiology, G. M. Grant, M.B., Ch.B. ; 

Pathology, T. R. Tudhope, M.B., Ch.B.; Surgery, ; Medicine, 

J. M. Stalker, M.B. Ch.B.; Materia Medica and Therapeutics, ; 

Midwifery, ; Medical Jurisprudence and Public Health, R. Thornton, 

M.B., CM. ; Geology, ; Education, R. R. Rusk, M.A., Ph.D., F.R.G.S. 

Librarian, Harry M. Willsher, M.A. ; Assistant Librarian, Winnie 

Crichton ; Instructor in Physical Culture, Fencing, &c, ; Chemical 

Laboratory Steward, John Foggie, F.C.S. ; Janitor, W. T. Ramsay; Secy. 
and Treas. , W. Arnot Watterston. Hostel for Women Students, 1 Airlie 
place, Miss Barbara S. P. Mitchell, Matron. 

DUNDEE TECHNICAL COLLEGE AND SCHOOL OF ART, Bell st.— 
Trustees — Sir David Baxter's Testamentary Trustees — Edward A. Baxter, 
Sir George W. Baxter, Bart., LL.D. Official Trustees — Lord Provost 
Sir William Don ; Alexander Wilkie, M.P. ; Rt. Hon. W. L. S. Churchill, 
M.P. ; Captain W. T. Shaw, M.P. ; Sheriff Lees ; Sheriff Neish ; Lord 
Dean of Guild Nicoll ; Treasurer Robertson ; Christopher J. Bisset, Chair- 
man of Education Authority ; Peter Reid, Convener of Education Authority 
School Committee ; W. Norman Boase, President, Chamber of Commerce ; 
John Maclennan, M.A., Rector of High School. 



EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 89 

Committee of Management. — "William Henderson (Chairman) ; from 
Institute Trustees, Sir George Ritchie, John Maclennan, John Munro, 
William Henderson, William S. Thompson, Charles R. Orr, Fred. D. S. 
Sandeman ; from University College, Principal Mackay, Professor Gibson, 
Professor M'Kenzie, Professor Steggall, Geo. Scott ; from Town Council, 
Lord Provost Sir "Wm. Don, Wm. Forwell; from Education Authority, "W. G. 
Anderson, George Coulthard ; from High School, Thomas H. Smith ; from 
Y.M.C.A., Chas. Stewart, Frank T. Mudie; from Trades Council, Alexander 
Ogilvie, Alexander Steven ; from Amalgamated Society of Engineers, 
Ed. M. Allan. 

Principal — John S. Lumsden, D.Sc, Ph.D. 

Teaching Staff. — Art and Architecture Classes.— T. Delgaty Dunn, Art 
Master ; J. Milne Purvis, G.S.A., Painting and Life ; "W. Armstrong David- 
son, Modelling and Art Handicrafts ; J. Steedman Hamilton, Design ; W. 
Ryle Smith, Art Master, Perspective. 

Building Trades Classes. — Architecture and Building Construction, Vernon 
Constable, A.R.I.B.A., and James M'L. Brown, A.R.I.B.A. ; Woodworking, 
William E. Dutch ; Plumbers' AVork, John Foggie, F.C.S., and Jas. Stirling, 
R.P. ; House Painters' Work, George Kidd. 

Mechanical Engineering Classes. — Engineering Drawing and Design, Walter 
M'Nicoll, A.M.I.Mech.E., W. Ryle Smith, Art Master, and Assistants; 
Applied Mechanics and Structural Engineering, John French, M.A., B.Sc, 
and Assistants; Motive Power Engineering, Robert Roy ds, M.Sc, A.M.I. C.E., 
and Assistants. 

Electrical Engineering Classes. — Electricity and Electrical Engineering, 
Robt. D. Archibald, B.Sc, A.M.I.E.E., and Assistants. 

Textile Classes. — Jute and Flax Spinning, Peter Kilgour, and Assistants ; 
Jute and Linen Weaving and Textile Design, Thomas Woodhouse, and 
Assistant, George Dalgity ; Textile Calculations, D. S. Fitchet. 

Naval Architecture, Andrew Reid, Ship Designer ; Navigation, Captain W. 
K. Stewart and Captain J. W. Stephen; Ambulance, Henry Buist, M.B., 
Ch.B. ; Marine Engineering, W. D. Martin ; Mathematics, William E. Reid, 
Peter Lowson, M.A., B.Sc, and Colin M. Morrison; Chemistry, Chas. W. 
Cochrane, B.Sc. ; Pharmacy, David M'Call, B.Sc, M.P.S. 

Clerk and Treasurer, James Keay, jun. ; Caretaker, R. F. Batchelor. 

HIGH SCHOOL.— Directors— Ex officiis— Lord Provost Sir William Don, 
Rev. Dr. Colin Campbell, Lord Dean of Guild Nicoll ; from Town Council, 
Bailie Buist, Neil Macdonald, G. A. Johnston, J. H. Halley, David Hynd, 
John Ogilvie ; from Subscribers, Dr MacGillivray, C. C. Duncan, J. H. 
Martin, Sir Geo. Ritchie, A. B. Crichton, T. M. Davidson, John David ; 
elected under Act 1882, T. H. Smith, W. S. Nicoll, Robert Steven, Charles 
M. Boase, T. H. H. Walker. 

Rector, John Maclennan, M.A. Headmasters — English, Easton S. 
Valentine, M.A. ; Mathematics, John B. Meiklejohn, M.A. ; Classics, John 
Maclennan, M.A. ; Modern Languages, Hans S. Dennler, B. es L. (Berne) ; 
Handwriting, Book-keeping. Phonography, and Commercial Correspondence, 
Robert Mackenzie, M.A. ; Drawing and Painting, J. M. Smith ; Science, 
Thomas S. Murray, D.Sc. ; Music, Edward Nicoll ; Needlework, Miss Matthew ; 
Calisthenics, Olive H. Smith ; Workshop, Andrew S. Simpson ; Cookery, 
Miss Jarvie. Lady Superintendent (Girls' School), Miss Anderson, L.L.A. 
Janitor, Sergeant-Major Woolaway. 

Treasurer, Alex. Mackay, 22 Meadowside ; Secretary, John L. Stevenson, 
4G Reform street. 



90 EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 

DUNDEE EDUCATION AUTHORITY— 

Christopher J. Bisset, 8 Richmond terrace, Chairman. 



MrsE. Abernethy, 4 Cunningham st. 
David Allan, 19 Loons road, Lochee 
William G. Anderson, 3 Gladstone 

place, Broughty Ferry 
Rev. Thomas F. Best, Albert road, 

Broughty Ferry 
Duncan Chisholm, 12 Rankine street 
John R. Christie, 4 Forebank road 
George Coulthard, 285 Hilltown 
James Gordon, 16 Forebank road 
Miss Agnes Husband, 67 Murraygate 
Very Rev. Canon Lavelle, 22 Powrie pi . 
Charles G. M'Kenzie, 12 Molison st. 



Rev. John D. Mowat, B.A., 14 

William street 
Rev. William Nelson, 2 Garland place 
Wm. S. Nicoll, 307 Clepington road 
James Reid, 1 Balgay street, Lochee 
Peter P. Reid, 2 Rosemount terrace 
Rev. J. H. Shepherd, S. Mary Mag- 
dalene's Rectory 
Prof. J. Edward Steggall, Woodend, 

Perth road 
Charles Stewart, 24 Shamrock street 
Rt. Rev. Mgr. Turner, 150 Nethergate 
Garnet D. Wilson, Netherfield,Newp't 



Offices, 5 Cowgate — John E. Williams, Executive Officer ; S. A. Robertson, 
Organiser of Education; Dr A. E. Kidd, Medical Officer; Peter Grant 
Compulsory Officer. i 

Schools and Head Teachers. 



Ancrum Road, 

Ann Street, 

Balfour Street, 

Blackness (161 Blackness road), 

Brown Street, 

Butterburn (95 Strathmartine road ), 

Clepington (Melrose terrace), 

Cowgate, 

Dens Road, 

Downfield (School road, Downfield), 

Dudhope (St Mary street), 

Eastern (Whinny brae, Broughty Ferry),... 

Glebe Lands (Lily bank road), 

Grove Academy (Church st., Bro'ty Ferry), 

Harris Academy (Park Place), ... 

Hawkhill, 

Hill Street, ... 

Liff Road, Lochee, 

Mains, 

"Mitchell Street, 

Morgan Academ) r (Forfar road), 

Rosebank (Tulloch crescent), 

South Road, Lochee, .. 

Stobswell (Eliza street), 

Tay Street. ... 

Victoria Road, 

Wallacetown (Crescent street), ... 

Western (West Ferry), 

Deaf and Dumb (Harcourt street), 

Fairmuir Special for Defective Children 
(Balgray road, Downfield), ... 

St Joseph's R.C.. Higher Grade (Lawside), 
Do. Primary (Lawside), 

Do. Boys (Daniel street), ... 

Do. Girls ( Blackness road), 

Do. Infants ,, 



Charles Ramsay, M.A. 

Andrew L. Swinton 

John Poustie 

George Simpson, M.A. 

John Muir. M.A. 

A. Blackwood, B.A., B.Sc. 

Charles Wright, M.A. 

Thomas Macpherson 

Robert Loggie 

W. T. Hoy 

James MTnroy, M.A. 

Robert Cameron 

Colin Sharp 

A. H. Hutt, M.A. 

J B. Robb, M.A., B.Sc. 

John W. Kippen 

D. M. Smart, M.A. 

John Brown 

James M. Clark 

John F. Macdiarmid 

Alex. Leighton, M.A., B.Sc 

Alexander Leighton 

Thomas Poustie 

James Waft 

Evan H. Fraser 

John L. Peters, M.A. 

David Williamson 

John T. Thomson, M.A. 

Miss Mary Turnbnll 

Miss Mary L. Roy 
Miss Mary M'Gough 
Miss G. Steadwell 
Hugh Gildea 
Miss Rose M 'Daniel 
Miss Mary O'Brien 



EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 91 

St Andrew's R.C. Boys (Artillery lane), ... William Gilfeather 

Do. Girls (174 Overgate), ... Miss Agnes Conway 

Do. Infants ,, ... Miss Anne Kneeshaw 

St Mary's R.C. Boys (Forebank road), ... John M'Ghee 

Do. Girls (Powrie place), ... Miss Annie Guinan 

Do. Infants (Forebank road), Miss Helen Timlin 

St Mary's R.C. Boys (Lochee), ... ... John M 'Donald 

Do. Girls ,, ... ... Miss Helen Coutts 

Do. Infants ,, ... ... Miss B. Hobin 

St Patrick's R.C. (Lilybank road), ... Miss Mary A. M'Erlain 

St Martin's Episcopal (67 Derby street), Miss B. L. Leah 

St Margaret's Episcopal (Ancrum road), ... Miss Alice B. Robertson. 

private schools- 
bank Street Institution, 32 Bank street. — Teachers — Misses Milne. 

Constitution Road Private School, Oak lodge. — Principals — Miss Lloyd 
and Miss Livingstone. 

St Margaret's Boarding and Day School, Viewbank, Hill street, 
Broughty Ferry. — Misses Kydd & Simpson. 

Seafield House Preparatory School. Claypots road, Broughty Ferry. 
— Principal — Oswald P. Arton, B.A.(Oxon.). 

Seymour Lodge School for Girls, 235 Perth road. — Conducted by 
Misses dimming and Wallis. 

BUSINESS TRAINING COLLEGES— 

Bpuee's Business Training College and School of Shorthand, 
Typewriting, and Book-Keeping, 13 Albert square (Telephone No. 1865), — 
Principal— William Bruce, F.C.I., F.F.T.Com. (See Adv.) 

Excelsior College, 94 Commercial street (Telephone No. 1626), for 
Shorthand, Typewriting, and subjects for all Examinations. — Principal- 
Evelyn Bruce, A.C.T.S. (Inc.), C.E.T.D. (See Adv.) 

North British Wireless Schools, Ltd., 11 Nethergate.— Branch 
Manager, C. Beattie. 

Oliver Commercial College, for Shorthand, Typewriting, and General 
Office Routine, 92 Commercial street (Telephone No. 1626). — Manager — 
Thomas K. Fowler. 

Paton's Dundee Commercial College, 6 Whitehall cres. (See Adv. > 

Skerry's College, Castlehill, 1 High street ; James B. Hunter, secretary. 

Underwood Commercial College, for Shorthand, Typewriting, and 
Business Training, 84 Commercial street (Telephone No. 1898). — Principal — 
Miss M. Henderson. (See Adv.) 

Yost Typewriting Co., Ltd., 21 Panmure st. ; G. Albany Clark, manager. 

FORFARSHIRE EDUCATION AUTHORITY.— Rev. Crawford Smith, 
Monifieth ; Robert B. Galloway, Monikie ; John Y. Rogers, Rosemill ; Alex. 
F. Durkie, Mill of Mains ; David Littlejohn, 33 Commerce street, Arbroath ; 
Rev. George Hitchcock, Arbroath ; Rev. John A. Tweedie, Arbroath ; James 
P. Reid, 37 Lordburn, Arbroath ; George Reid, 71 High street, Arbroath ; 
Rev. Wm. M'Currach, Arbroath; Rev. John Heggie, Barry; Rev. Alexander 
Mills, Colliston Manse, Arbroath ; Rev. J. B. Jobberns, Carnoustie ; John 
Carnegie, Barry ; James Moffat, Mount Feredith, Forfar ; Mrs Helen 
Buchanan, Westby House, Forfar ; Thomas Hanick, 92EastHigh st., Forfar; 
Andrew Peffers, 8 Sparrowcroft, Forfar ; Wm. Nicoll, Carsebank, Forfar ; 
Rev. John Fleming Linn, Airlie ; Baron Lyell of Kinnordie, Kirriemuir ; 
Thomas Wedderspocn, Eassie ; Oswald W. Wright, Cortachy House, Kirrie- 



92 EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 

muir ; James Carson, Rossie Reformatory, Craig, Montrose ; Rev. James 
Landreth, Logie-Pert, Montrose ; Rev. M. C. Wilson, Hillside, Montrose ; 
Rev. P. S. Bisset, Craig ; George A. Middleton, 190 High street, Montrose ; 
Samuel Edwards, Paris villa, Brechin ; Rev. Alex. Monro, Menmuir, Brechin ; 
David R. Arnot, Edzell ; Wm. C. Moyes, Inverkeilor ; John C. Hendry, Latch 
road, Brechin ; Executive Officer, P. A. Conacher, Education Offices, Forfar. 

No. 1 District School Management Committee.— For the Parishes of 
Monifieth, Monikie, and Murroes — Rev. Crawford Smith (Chairman), R. B. 
Galloway, David Low, John W. A. Wilson, Arthur Scott, James W. White, 
H. A. Forsyth, Peter Grant, John Malcolm ; Clerk, David Gowans, 26 Com- 
mercial street, Dundee. 

Headmasters. — Monifieth, John Malcolm ; Mattocks, Alexander Inglis ; 
Monikie, Peter Grant ; Newbigging, S. S. Low ; Bankhead, Miss Helen Petrie ; 
Murroes, H. A. Forsyth. 

No. 2 District School Management Committee. — For the Parishes of 
Dundee (Landward), Mains and Strathmartine, Auchterhouse, and Tealing — ■ 
James Keith (Chairman), A. F. Durkie, F. M. Batchelor, James Grant, 
AVilliam Bell, William Cochrane, Alex. Campbell, James Millar, Rev. J. K. 
Cameron, D. G. Dorward ; Clerk, David Gowans, 26 Commercial st., Dundee. 

Headmasters. — Drumgeith, James Keir, M.A., ; Strathmartine, D. G. 
Dorward ; Auchterhouse, W. P. Ramsay ; Tealing, David Dunn. 

No. 3 District School Management Committee.— For the Parishes of 
Lundie, Fowlis Easter, and Liff and Benvie— J. R. Pratt (Chairman), John 
Y. Rogers, William Smith, William White, Sydney Smith, J. Bartlet 
Young, Dr A. B. Dalgetty, T. Lambert ; Clerk, David Gowans, 26 Com- 
mercial street, Dundee. 

Headmasters. — Lundie, Miss Mary T. Rennie ; Fowlis Easter, George 
Colston ; Liff, Alexander Gloag ; Muirhead, T. Lambert. 

PERTHSHIRE EDUCATION AUTHORITY.— Chairman, F. Norie- 
Miller (Perth) ; Vice-Chairman, Thomas Macdonald (Callander) ; Director 
of Education, John M. Dawson, M.A., 1 Rose terrace, Perth; Executive 
Officer, R. Martin Bates, 1 Rose terrace, Perth. 

No 3 (Carse) District School Management Committee.— Dr John 
Liddell, Errol (Chairman) ; Alex. Graham, Errol ; James G. Bryden, Scone ; 
James Walker, Errol ; John Prain, Invergowrie ; William D. M'Laren, 
Kilspindie ; T. S. Nicholson, Inchture ; John Sprunt, Kinfauns ; Mrs C. B. 
Taylor, Glendoick ; Rev. W. L. Milroy, Abernyte : W. F. Stead, Inchture ; 
Rev. R. S. Davidson, Kinfauns ; W. G. Walker, Longf organ. 

Headmasters. — Longforgan, A. H. Findlay ; Inchture, T. S. Nicholson ; 
Abernyte, J. F. Falconer ; Kinnaird, J. Fairweather ; Mylnefield, D. W. 
Mitchell. 

FIFE EDUCATION AUTHORITY.— Administrative Clerk and Trea- 
surer, James Mitchell, Wemyssfield, Kirkcaldy. 

No. 6 (Newport) District School Management Committee.— J. 
Barry Robb (Chairman), David Bell, Chris. Melville, Chas. K. Riddell, 
Fred. Livingstone, John Greig, Wemyss Erskine, Wm. Minty, Wm. Mackay, 
Miss Etta Johnston, G. L. Wilson, Wm. Ramsay, Mrs Anstruther-Duncan, 
Thos. Barrie, David Blair ; Clerk, Harry M. Willsher, St Fillan's pi., Newport. 

Headmasters. — Tayport, John Dunbar, M.A., B.Sc. : Newport, John 
Strath, M.A., B.Sc; Forgan, John Cameron; Wormit, Murdoch Gair ; 
Balmerino, Thomas Barrie. 

ST ANDREWS PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE FOR THE TRAINING 
OF TEACHERS. — Dundee Training College, Small's wynd. 
Chairman, ; Vice-Chairman, Rev. William Nelson. 

Lecturers, &c— Director of Studies, James Malloch, M.A., F.S.A. (Scot.). 



EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 93 
Teachers — English, William Bayne; Mathematics, Miss Isab. R. C. Calcott, 
M.A. ; Drawing, T. D. Dunn ; Needlework, Miss B. B. Porter ; Physical 

Exercises, Miss M. H. Anderson and ; Singing, W. J. Calder- 

wood; Hygiene, Dr Ash; Practice of Teaching, John Davidson, M.A. , D.Phil., 
R. Jackson, M.A., Miss M'Hafiie, M.A., and Miss Cruden, M.A. ; Phonetics, 
R. Jackson, M.A. ; Nature Study, C. W. Cochrane, B.Sc, and James 
Aimer ; History, R. L. Mackie, M.A. ; Geography, J. P. Day, B.A., F.R.G-.S., 
D.Litt. ; Educational Psychology, &c, Robert R. Rusk, M.A., Ph.D., and Miss 
Elsie M. Bryant, B. A. ; Household Management, Miss Esther Clerk ; Manual 
Occupations, Alfred H. Jenkins. Rural School Course — Principal Instruc- 
tor, James Aimer ; Resident Gardener and Assistant Demonstrator, Alex. 
Duncan (Training College Gardens, Kirkton Mains). 

"Warden, Miss Porter ; Clerk and Cashier, D. H. Brown ; Janitor, Alex. TindaL 

Mayfield Hostel foe Women Students, 206 Ferry road. — Warden. 
Miss Jessie Campbell. 

MORGAN TRUST— Governors.— From Town Council, Lord Provost Sir 
William Don, Alexander Spence; from Town Council of Forfar, Provost 
Moffat ; from Town Council of Arbroath, Provost Anderson ; from Town 
Council of Montrose, Provost Thomson ; from High School, Sir George 
Ritchie ; from Presbytery, Rev. S. Macaulay ; from Education Authority, 
Rev. William Nelson ; from Nine Trades, W. S. Nicoll. Clerk and Factor, 
Andrew Hendry, 39 Murray gate. 

THE DUNDEE EDUCATIONAL TRUST.— For the administration of 
Educational Endowments. Governors — From Town Council, J. H. Martin, 
John G. Kinmond, John M. Soutar, Neil Macdonald ; from Education 
|i Authority, Right Rev. Mgr. Canon Turner, George Coulthard, Garnet D. 
Wilson ; from Kirk-Session, Rev. Adam W. Fergusson, Rev. James Boath 
Wood, Rev. George M'Lean ; from Chamber of Commerce, T. H. H. Walker ; 
from Trades Council, James Gordon ; from High School, Dr MacGillivray ; 
from University College, Principal Mackay ; from Senatus of the University 
of St Andrews, ; Clerk and Factor, Sir James Urquhart, 10 Reform st. 

The fluids are applied in providing bursaries for the children of parents who 
are not in the receipt of parochial relief, but in circumstances requiring aid for 
giving them higher education. The allocation is as follows, viz. : — 

1. To provide bursaries for education at the Harris and Morgan Academies 
for pupils in the higher grade department, tenable for two years, and of the 
value of £6 to £10 per annum according to class attended. All awarded by 
public competition. Open to children attending any Board school in Dundee. 
Authorized sum £700. 

2. To provide bursaries (1) for education at the middle school of the High 
School for pupils attending a Board school in Dundee who have passed the 
qualifying examination, tenable not longer than three years, of the value of 
£10, £11, and £12 each year ; (2) for education at the Upper School of the 
High School. For pupils attending the High School, tenable not longer than 
three years, of the value of £15. Authorized sum £500. 

3. To provide bursaries to be held at a University, University College, or 
approved technical school, tenable for three years, of the value of £25 
annually. Open to all who have attended a public or state-aided school in 
Dundee at least one year before examination. Authorized sum £300. 

4. To provide bursaries for pupils attending evening classes for higher or 
technical instruction, of the annual value of £1, £1 10s, and £2. Authorized 
sum £400. The Morgan Trust contributes £150 per annum of this sum. 

5. For the promotion of efficient evening classes for gratuitous practical 
instruction in domestic economy— £250. 

Schedules of Application can be had during the month of March in each year. 



94 EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 

EDUCATIONAL MORTIFICATIONS.— 

Anderson Scholarship Fund.— The interest of £1,400 is applied for the 
endowment of two Scholarships at the University of St Andrews, for High 
School pupils. Patrons, the Directors of the High School. Secretary, John 
L. Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 

The Misses Baxter op Balgavies Scholarship Fund.— The sum of 
£2,500 was mortified for the endowment of two Engineering Scholarships of 
£40 each ; and the accumulations of income were consolidated for the founda- 
tion and endowment of three additional Bursaries of the value of £30 
each, at the University of Edinburgh, in connection with the High 
School. Patrons, the Directors of the High School. Secretary, John L. 
Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 

Bute Scholarship or Bursary in the University op St Andrews. 
— By deed dated 15th September 1893, £1000 was mortified by the Marquis 
of Bute for the establishment of a Dundee Scholarship or Bursary in the 
University of St Andrews. The Bursary is in the gift of the Lord Provost of 
Dundee, and the Bursar receives the free revenue of the Endowment. 
Factor, W. M. Burke, City Chamberlain. 

James Duncan's Bequest. — The late James Duncan of Jordanstone and 
Drumfork bequeathed five of twenty-nine equal shares of the residue of his 
estate for the purpose of founding in Dundee a School of Industrial Art, to 
be named and known for all time to come as " The Duncan of Jordanstone 
Art School. " The funds available for this Bequest are expected to amount 
to about £80,000. The execution of the Bequest was committed by Mr 
Duncan to his Testamentary Trustees, but, after the Trustees have provided 
buildings and made arrangements for the due carrying out of the Bequest, 
its administration is to be in the hands of certain Official Trustees, viz. : — 
The Members of Parliament for the County of Forfar and the City of Dundee, 
the Sheriff of Forfarshire, the Sheriff-Substitute in Dundee, the Lord Provost 
of Dundee, the Chairman of the School Board, the President of the Chamber 
of Commerce, and the Rector of the High School. Agents, J. & H. Pattullo 
<fc Donald, 1 Bank street. 

Edward Bursary Fund. — The interest of £150 is applied for the education 
of one or more bursars at the Classical and Mathematical Departments of the 
High School. Patrons, the Directors of the High School. Secretary, John 
L. Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 

Alexander Edward's Educational Bequest.— The interest of £1,000 is 
applied for the education of bursars at the High School. Children of employees 
at Messrs A. & D. Edward & Company's Works have a preference. Patrons, 
the Directors of the High School. Secretary, John L. Stevenson, 46 Reform 
street. 

Dr William Guild's— 1656. — The interest of a sum equal to £395 is applied 
to the maintenance of a bursar at the United College, St Andrews. Patrons, 
the Town Council. Factor, W. M. Burke, City Chamberlain. 

Lawson's.— Founded in 1728 to maintain Bursar of the name of Lawson or 
Gray at St Leonard's College, St Andrews. 2000 merks in the hands of said 
College. Patrons, the Town Council of Dundee. 

Patrick A. Lowson Memorial Scholarship — 1873.— Capital Funds, 
£2,600. The Scholarship is tenable for two years, and is worth, subject to 
certain conditions, not less than £60 per annum, and is presently £70 per 
annum. Candidates must have attended three years, not necessarily con- 
secutive, at a School or Schools in Dundee or Broughty Ferry, and may have 



EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 95 

attended, for not more than one academic year, any University or College in the 
United Kingdom. Trustees, the Parish Minister of Dundee, the Lord Provost 
of Dundee, the President of the Chamber of Commerce (ex-officio), and 
Wm. Lowson, J. G. F. Lowson, J. C. Buist, George K. Smith, Charles G. 
Gourlay, and Archibald W. Sturrock. Factor, Robert Morton, Savings 
Bank, 2 Euclid street. 

Mackenzie Scholarship. — Founded by Miss E. B. Mackenzie, Broughty 
Ferry, in memory of the Rev. John Mackenzie, Minister of the Parish of 
Kettins, of about £25 for an essay on a prescribed subject, is open to men 
studying for the ministry of the Church of Scotland in the Divinity Halls of 
the four Scottish Universities, or to any Probationer of the Church of Scot- 
land within a year after completion of studies. For regulations, subject 
prescribed, &c, apply to J. & J. Ogilvie, 13 Albert square. 

Charles Ower's Mafeking Gift.— Founded in 1900 by Charles Ower, 
A.M.I.C.E., F.S.A. (Scot.), who disponed to and in favour of the Lord 
Provost, Magistrates, and Town Councillors, for behoof of the Free Library 
Committee, Gas Annuities to the value of one hundred and fort}- guineas, 
yielding annual interest of five guineas, in commemoration of the British 
troops having entered Mafeking, South Africa, and relieved the siege of that 
town on 17th May, 1900. The interest to be spent in the purchase of high- 
class illustrated architectural books, or failing that, to be handed over to the 
Dundee Royal Infirmary, or failing that, to any poor person residing within 
the burgh of Dundee who may be in urgent need. Funds, £147. Factor, 
W. M. Burke, City Chamberlain. In extension of the Mafeking gift, Mr 
Ower has conveyed to the Town Council subjects in North Tay street. 

Gilfillan Testimonial Fund.— For the administration of the £1000 
testimonial presented to the late Rev. George Gilfillan in 1877. On the 
j death of Mrs Gilfillan the fund was further augmented by the addition of 
£1240 from her estate. The fund is for the purpose of assisting educationally 
deserving youths, a preference being given to the sons or daughters of poor 
parents. The Trustees provide a bursary of £30 per annum for males tenable 
for three years at any University in Scotland, and three bursaries of £10 
each tenable for one year at either the High School of Dundee or the Harris 
or Morgan Academies in the tenth class. Trustees — Sir Charles Barrie, Rev. W. 
A. Dunbar, Charles C. Duncan, James Yule, and Sheriff Neish. Clerk and 
Factor — George R. Donald, 1 Bank street. 

Polack Travelling Scholarship. — For the advancement of Commercial 
Education, and particularly the study of modern foreign languages abroad. 
Yalue, about £80 per annum. Trustees and Committee — President, Yice- 
President, and ex-President of Dundee Chamber of Commerce, Principal of 
University College, Chairman of Dundee Education Authority, Rector of High 
School, and "William Mackenzie ; Secretary, W. D. Macdougall, 22Meadowside. 

Leng Trust. — For the encouragement of literary and scientific pursuits, 
and to promote the teaching of the Songs of Scotland. Trustees — The Lord 
Provost, the President of the Chamber of Commerce, the Principal and the 
Professor or Lecturer of English Literature in University College, the Chair- 
man of the Technical College, and John A. Leng. Secretaries— Sturrock 
& Morrison, 10 Whitehall street. 

Armitstead Trust. — For the providing of educative lectures, principally 
for the artisan class. Trustees, J. C. Buist, Dr Sinclair, Sir T. Carlaw 
Martin, Wm. Henderson, A. Mackay; Secretary, W. L. Pattullo, 22 
Meadowside. 



96 EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 

LOCAL ASSOCIATION OF THE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE OF 
SCOTLAND. — President, John Muir ; Treasurer, Robert Jackson ; Secre- 
taries, Robt. Loggie, Dens Road School, and Alex. Davidson, Dudhope School. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCOTLAND, St Andrews Secondary 
Education District. — Convener, E.J.Balfour, M.A., B.Sc. ; Vice-Convener 
W. J. Grant, M.A. ; Correspondent, George S. Robertson, M. A., High School 
Arbroath. 

St Andrews District, Art Section.— -President, R. J. Plenderleith ; 
Vice-Pres., D. Scott Murray; Secy., R. Donn, 45 American Muir rd., Downfield. 

DUNDEE HEAD TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.— President, E.H. Fraser J 
Secretary, D. Williamson, Wallacetown Public School. 

SCHOOL OF ART CLUB.— President, T. Delgaty Dunn; Vice-President, 
James Leslie ; Treasurer, Miss Bessie Barrie ; Joint Secretaries, J. D. 
MacGregor and P. S. Smyth. 

DUNDEE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, 10 Constitution 
road. — President, Win. Henderson; Vice-Presidents, James Combe, Robert 
Gibson, J. C. Buist, David Air, John W. Shepherd, James H. Smith, 
William Nairn, D. M. Brown, T. M. Davidson ; Directors, Stewart F. 
Anderson, John Aitchison, Andrew Buik, William C. Fleming, Murray 
Hunter, A. W. Joyce, George Knowles, R. H. Lundie, Francis Hunt, Allan 
A. Lorimer, Robert Malone, Frank T. Mudie, Thomas Swan, Charles Robbie, 
William Strachan ; Hon. Secretaries, Charles Stewart, Edward Shepherd ; 
Hon. Treasurers, B. L. Nairn, William MacKie ; General Secretary, William 
Stewart. Reading and Writing Rooms, also Games Room with three billiard 
tables. Cricket, Football, Gymnastic, Cycling, Swimming, Angling, and 
Camera Clubs ; Register of Lodgings for Young Men ; also Junior Section. 
Young Men's Bible Class every Sunday at 5 p.m. 

BROUGHTY FERRY YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, 
147 Brook street, Broughty Ferry. — President, Adam Hunter ; Vice-Presidents, 
Rev. E. Heath, Rev. James Burgess, Rev. W. J. Sym, Rev. Douglas Bruce, 
P. J. Duncan, John Tannahill ; Directors, D. P. Batchelor, David Greig, 
J. P. Crystal, F. T. Mudie, Charles G. Willsher, Alex. Coullie, John Milne, 
Harold fcirkaldy ; Treasurer, John W. Duncan ; Secretary, John L. Smith, 
13 Well street, Monifieth. 

DUNDEE YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, Institute 
and Boarding House, Registry for Servants and Governesses, &c, 33, 37, 39 
South Tay street. 

Hon. President, Lady Kinnaird ; Acting Hon. President, Miss Doddrell, 
1 Beechwood terrace ; Hon. Vice-Presidents, Lady Ogilvy Dalgleish, Mrs 
Thomas Maitland, Mrs R. B. Don ; Hon. Secretary, Miss Alice Scott, Rivers 
dale; Hon. Treasurer, Miss Median ; Committee, Mrs W. Urquhart, Mrs 
James Carmichael, Miss E. C. Doddrell, Mrs Lennox, Miss Mary Lindsay 
Mrs J. N. Kyd, Mrs Anstruther Duncan, Mrs E. Henderson, Mrs Murray 
Bobertson, Mrs James Thomson, Mrs William Kinnear, Miss Kidd, Mrs 
Douglass, Mrs Bethune Duncan ; Trustees, Lady Kinnaird, Lady Ogilvy 
Dalgleish, Mrs Anstruther Duncan, Sir James Low, Bart., James Car- 
michael, J. C. Buist, Sir George Baxter, Bart., J. C. Low, Thomas Mait- 
land, James N. Smith. 

Domestic Economy Section — Joint Hon. Secretaries, Mrs Wm. Kinnear 
and Miss Holmes. Classes for Cookery, Dressmaking, Ladies' Tailoring, 
Millinery, Laundry, Sewing, Ambulance, Swedish Drill, House-management, 
&c. Restaurant, 33 S. Tay st. Holiday Home and Boarding House, V iew- 
mount, Abernethy — particulars apply Superintendent, Viewmount, Abernethy. 



EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 97 

BROUGHTY FERRY YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA- 
TION, 132 Brook street, Bronglity Ferry.— President, Mrs Stephen ; Vice- 
President, Mrs Mackay ; Hon. Treasurer, Mrs Duncan ; Hon. Secretary, 
Mrs Binny, Somerville place, Brought}^ Ferry. 

LOCHEE YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, Rooms, 
High street, Lochee. — President, Miss Maclean ; Vice-Presidents, Miss Cox, 
Mrs Kennedy ; Committee, Mrs Wright, Mrs D. Henderson, Mrs Stewart, 
Miss Stevenson, Mrs James Stevenson, Mrs Murray, Mrs R. C. Robertson, 
Mrs Abel, Mrs Wilkie, Mrs Meredith, Mrs Gall, Mrs Brydie, Mrs Higgs ; 
Treasurer, Miss Stewart ; Secretary, Miss Spalding, Keld house, Coupar 
Angus road ; Lady Superintendent, Miss Drysdale. 

CATHOLIC YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY OF GREAT BRITAIN.— 

St Andrew's League of the Cross.— Rooms, Tay Street Hall. Chap- 
lain, Right Rev. Mgr. Turner ; President, Patrick Dailly ; Vice-President, 
George Scullin ; Treasurer, Thomas Carrigan ; Secretary, Peter M'Ginnes. 

Total Abstinence League. — Chaplain, Right Rev. Mgr. Turner; Presi- 
dent, Patrick Dailly ; Vice-President, George Scullin ; Treasurer, Thomas 
Carrigan ; Secretary, Peter M'Ginnes, Tay Street Hall. 

St Joseph's Branch. — Rooms, Blackness Hall, Blackness Road. President, 
James Dolan ; Vice-President, Joseph MTntosh ; Treasurer, Patrick Boy Ian; 
Assistant Secretary, Dan. Reilly ; Secretary, James Dolan, jun., 45 Blackness 
road. 

DUNDEE AND EAST OF SCOTLAND PHOTOGRAPHIC ASSOCIA- 
TION, Rooms, Y.M.C.A. buildings. — President, John Riley ; Vice-Presidents, 
W. W. Ferrier, Professor Steggall ; Librarian, M. G. Rae ; Portfolio Secre- 
tary, John Fraser ; Treasurer, W. M. Ames ; Secretary, James Slater, Rose- 
mount, Camphill road, Broughty Ferry. 

DUNDEE FINE ART ASSOCIATION.— Victoria Art Galleries, Albert 
square — Exhibition of Works of Living Artists. Chairman, David Dickie ; 
Vice-Chairman, T. S. Robertson ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, A. H. 
Millar, LL.D., F.S.A.(Scot.). 

DUNDEE ART SOCIETY.— Hon. Presidents, J. Martin White, Sir 
James Urquhart ; President, J. Maclauchlan Milne ; Vice-President, James 
Cadzow ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, R. R. Smith, 43 Nethergate. Club 
Rooms, 43 Nethergate. 

ROYAL EXCHANGE READING-ROOM, Royal Exchange buildings.— 
Under the management of the Committee of the Chamber of Commerce. 
David Ogilvy and John Allan, Waiters. 

DUNDEE SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY, ALBERT INSTITUTE.— Com- 
mittee — Rev. A. W. Fergusson (Chairman), William Hunter, S. G. Fraser, 
J. H. Martin,. A. B. Crichton, Mrs AVilson, Miss Low, Miss Walker, Mrs 
Donald, D. T. Sandeman, W. O. Cunningham, John Andrew ; Treasurer, 
James Shand; Secretary, A. H. Millar, LL.D., F.L.A., F.S.A.(Scot.). 

FREE LIBRARIES, ART, and NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM, and 
FINE ART GALLERIES, Albert Institute and Ward road ; also Lochee, 
Arthurstone, Blackness, Coldside, and St Roque's District Libraries, and 
Dudhope Museum, Dudhope Park. Committee — From the Town Council, 
Lord Provost Sir William Don (Chairman), Bailies R. Allan and D. Neave, 
Councillors Wm. Forwell, S. G. Fraser, A. B. Crichton, J. M. Soutar, A. 
Malcolm, J. Ogilvie, J. Brown ; from the Householders, Wm. Hunter (Vice- 
Chairman), Rev. A. W. Fergusson, Dr MacGillivray, J. H. Martin, 
R. M. Lindsay, C. G. L. Phillips, John Robertson, Frank Stevenson, T. B. 
Taylor, D. Kinnear. 

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98 EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 

Chief Librarian and Curator, and Clerk to Board, A. H. Millar, LL.D., 
F.L.A., F.S.A.(Scot.) ; Sub-Librarian and Sub-Curator, Alex. S. Webster; 
Assistant Librarians at Central, J. D. Dundas, A. Ogilvie, W. "Walker, 
Miss Jessie Gait, and boys. Assistants at Branches, A. Small, S, Boss, J. 
Taylor, D. Alexander, W. Batchelor. Assistants in Museums, James Duncan 
and James B. Corr. 

Hours. — Central Library — Daily, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. ; Thursday, 10 a.m. 
to 1 p.m. Central Reference and Commercial Library — Daily, 10 a.m. to 
10 p.m. Central Reading Rooms, "Ward road — 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. ; Sunday, 
3 to 8 p.m. Branch Libraries— 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., 5 to 9 p.m. ; Thursday, 
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Branch Reading Rooms — 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Central 
Museum — Monday and "Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and 7 to 9 p.m. ; 
Tuesday and Friday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. ; Thursday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ; 
Saturday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. ; Sunday, 2 to 6 p.m. Sculpture Galleries, 
Ward road— Monday and Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 5 p m., 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. ; 
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. ; Saturday, 11a.m. to 9 p.m. ; 
Sunday, 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Dudhope Museum — 11 a.m. to dusk ; Saturday 
to 9 p.m. ; Sunday, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. ; also by arrangement any evening 
for Mechanical, Science, Art, or Technical Classes. 

LOCHEE LITERARY ASSOCIATION. — President, ; Vice- 
President, William Milne ; Secretary and Treasurer, Walter S. Burnett, 
Park place, Ancrum road, Lochee. Library and Reading Rooms, 133 High 
street, Lochee — open daily from 8 a.m. till 10 p.m. ; Saturdays, till 
10.30 p.m. 

THE DUNDEE INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS.— President, A. Granger 
Heiton (Perth) ; Vice-President, James P. Bruce ; Hon. Treasurer, P. H. 
Thorns ; Hon. Secretary, Wm. Salmond, 6 High street. Club Rooms, 43 

Nethergate. 

DUNDEE INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS AND SOCIETY OF 
EXPERIMENTAL ENGINEERS.— President, D. K. Todd ; Vice-President, 
G. M. Crichton ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, AV. D. Martin, 21 Black- 
ness avenue. 

DUNDEE NATURALISTS' SOCIETY.— President, Dr Angus Mac- 
Gillivray ; Vice-Presidents, Thomas S. Murray, Thomas Nicol ; Hon. Trea- 
surer, William Kennedy, 14 Thomson street ; Hon. Secretaries, James B. 
Corr, City Museum, and Miss Isa A. Ritchie. 

ROYAL SCOTTISH GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY.— Chairman of Local 
Committee, J. C. Buist; Hon. Local Secy., John F. Simpson, 22 Reform st. 

DUNDEE BURNS SOCIETY, Foresters' Hall.— President, W. S. Kelt ; 
Vice-Presidents, G. L. Harley, Miss M. Thornton ; Treasurer, A. J. Leslie ; 
Secretary, A. H. Rea, 19 Maryfield terrace. 

DUNDEE BURNS CLUB, 36 Nethergate. — President, J. A. Purves ; 
Vice-President, D. T. Dewar; Treasurer, D. Brown; Secretary, J. Neilson. 

ENGLISH ASSOCIATION (SCOTTISH BRANCH), Dundee Local 
Centre. — Hon. President, J. C. Buist ; Treasurer, John Muir ; Secretary, 
Harry M. Willsher, Universary College. 

DUNDEE ESPERANTO CLUB, 10 Whitehall street.— President, John 
Mitchell ; Vice-Presidents, Alfred A. Slidders, William Harvey ; Treasurer, 
Ellis Crapper ; Secretary, George Forbes, 10 Whitehall street. 



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DUNDEE HIGHLAND SOCIETY— Dundee Branch of An Comunn 
Gaidhealach (The Gaelic Society of Scotland). — Chief, Dr MacGillivray ; 
Chieftains, Neil Macdonald, W. P. Henderson, J. C. Robertson ; Treasurer, 
Alexander MacRae ; Secretary, George Scrimgeour, 94 Nethergate. 

COMUNN NAM FINEACHAN (Dundee Association op the Clans).— 
Hon. President, Donald Mackinnon ; President, Miss M. Mackay ; Vice- 
Presidents, Mrs Ross, Miss L. MacLennan ; Pipers, M. Mackinnon, W. 
Salmond ; Treasurer, Norman E. M'Fie ; Secretary, H. Rattray, 257 
Clepington road. 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE STUDENTS' UNION. — President, Myles 
M'Phail Stewart; Treasurer, Raymond K. Butchart ; Secretary, James C. 
Anderson ; Housekeepers, Sergeant and Mrs Thomson. 

FRANCO-SCOTTISH SOCIETY, Dundee Branch.— Chairman, Dr Hugh 
Fraser ; Hon. Treasurer, H. Craigie Smith, 10 Rankine's court. 

WORKERS' EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION.— President, James S. 
Brown ; Vice-Presidents, John Muir, Kenneth Haynes ; Hon. Treasurer, Mrs 
Duffin ; Secretary, James Thomson, Ferndene, Ramsaypark, Broughty 
Ferry ; Assistant Secretary, Miss Valentine, Elmwood, Lochee. 

THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY, Dundee Lodge, 20 Whitehall street.— 
Meetings from October till April, Mondays, 7.45 p.m. President, J. Lorimer 
Thomson ; Vice President, David Latto ; Treasurer, Mrs J. MacLean ; 
Librarian, Miss H. Carmichael ; Secretary, Miss Margaret Young, 11 
Richmond, terrace. 

DUNDEE SOCIETY OF SPIRITUALISTS.— President, James Murray ; 
Vice-Presidents, Mrs A. Watt, D. Urquhart ; Treasurer, A. Watt ; Financial 
Secretary, Mrs. A. Watt ; Librarian, Mrs Odhner ; Lyceum Conductor, D. 
Urquhart ; Secretary, F. R. Murray, 12 Garland place. 



JUTE AND FLAX WAREHOUSES. 



Situation. 



Trades lane 



Baltic Warehouse, 
Eastern Wharf, Ar- 
cade, (Charles st.), 
Small's wynd, and 
East Port. 
Camperdown street 
Commercial court 
Dock st. and Seagate 

East and West Whale 
lane and Allan st. 

Seagate, Arcade, Corn 
court, Foundry lane 

Mary Ann lane 

West Whale lane 



Proprietors. 



Dundee Public Warehouses ; T. S. Ross & Co., managers 
Trades Lane Warehouse Co. ; James Douglas & Co. , 

managers 
Dundee Warehousing Co. ; W. F. Soutar & Co. 

managers 



Dundee Harbour Trustees 

Wordie & Co. , South Union street 

Dundee Dock Warehousing Co., Ltd. ; D. Pirie & 

Co., managers 
Dundee Jute and Flax Warehousing Co., Ltd. ; 

Thomson, Fearns, & Co., managers 
Hill & Renny 

Mary Ann Lane W'houses ; T. S. Ross & Co., mngrs. 
Craigie Yd. W'house Co., Ltd.; J.J. Barrie& Co., mngrs. 



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CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT 
INSTITUTIONS. 

Royal Infirmary (including Maternity Hospital).— President, J. 0. 
Buist ; Vice-Presidents, Lady Ogilvy Dalgleish, A, B. Gilroy, Mrs Marryat ; 
Directors, Sheriff Neish (Chairman), John Methven, William Kettie, F. B. 
Sharp, Drummoncl Taylor, Rev. Frank Cairns, James Gordon, James Guthrie, 
Professor David MacEwan, W. Parker, D. Hynd, D. M. Reid, C. M. Boase, 
D. M. Brown, G. S. Lamb, J. R. Lindsay, F. L. M 'Grady, Robert Still. 

Honorary Consulting Physician, Robert Sinclair, M.D. ; Honorary Con- 
sulting Surgeons, Alex. Campbell, M.D., F.R.C.S.E., Professor David 
MacEwan, CM., M.D.; Honorary Consulting Aural Surgeon, Peter Campbell, 
M.B. ; Visiting Physicians, Professor A. M. Stalker, M.D., J. Mackie Whyte, 
M.D. ; Extra Physicians, W. E. Foggie, M.D., Charles Kerr, M.B., CM., 
Professor F. J. Charteris, M.D. ; Physician for Children's Diseases, James 
S. Y. Rogers, M.B., CM.; Physician for Diseases of Skin, F. M. Milne, 
M.B., Ch.B. ; Visiting Surgeons, David M. Greig, CM., F.R.C.S.E., 
L. Turton Price, Ch.B., F.R.C.S.E., W. L. Robertson, Ch.B., F.R.C.S.E., 
John Anderson, Ch.B., F.R.CS.E. ; Aural Surgeon, Robert P. Mathers, 
M.D. ; Ophthalmic Surgeon, Angus MacGillivray, M.D., D.Sc. ; Obstetric 
Physicians and Gynaecologists, Professor J. A. Campbell Kynoch, M.B., 
F.R.C.P.E., F.R.C.S.E., Robert C Buist, M.D., M.R.CP.E. ; Medical 
Electricians, H. E. Fraser, M.D., George A. Pirie, M.D., G. H. S. Milln, 
M.B., Ch.B. ; Dental Surgeons, W. Graham Campbell, M.B., CM., 
L.D.S.E., James Bruce, L.D.S.E., D. L. Anderson, L.D.S.E.; Pathologist, 
L. R. Sutherland, M.B. ; Instructor in Anaesthetics, A. Mills, M.D. ; 
Anaesthetists, A. Mills, M.D., W. E. A. Buchanan, M.B., Ch.B., James M. 
Stalker, M.B., Ch.B. ; John Taylor, M.D., Ch.M. 

Medical Superintendent, H. E. Fraser, M.D. ; Matron, Miss F. G. Pegg, 
R.R.C ; Treasurer, R. C Thomson, 11 Reform street; Secretary, George B. 
Brough, Royal Infirmary ; Collector, George Anderson. (See Adv.) 

Sidlaw Sanatorium, Auchterhouse (in connection with Royal Infirmary) — 
54 beds for children (medical or surgical). 

ASHLUDIE SANATORIUM, Monifieth.— Under management of Public 
Health Department, Dundee Corporation ; Simon G. Fraser, Convener ; 
Dr W. L. Burgess, Medical Officer of Health ; Matron, Miss A. Henry ; 
Medical Superintendent, Dr J. H. Hunter. 

ROYAL VICTORIA HOSPITAL, Balgay, Blackness road.— Trustees, 
Lord Provost, Members of Parliament, President of Chamber of Commerce, 
William Hunter, R. B. Sharp, J. Ernest Cox, T. H. H. Walker ; Committee 
of Management, Lord Provost Sir William Don (President), Dr Alexander 
Campbell and R. B. Sharp (Vice-Presidents), H. A. Pattullo, T. H. H. 
Walker, David Air, J. C Low, Professor MacEwan, Allan Mathewson, 
Wm. Rettie, T. H. Smith, J. Ernest Cox, R. Still, Geo. Duncan, F. Stevenson. 

Hon. Consulting Physicians and Surgeons, Dr Sinclair, Dr Alex. Campbell, 
Prof. MacEwan, Prof. Stalker, Prof. Kynoch, Dr J. Mackie Whyte ; 
Visiting Physician, Dr Foggie ; Visiting Surgeon, Mr Greig ; Medical 
Electrician, Dr Pirie. Hon. Secretary, W. H. Blyth Martin, City chambers; 
Treasurer, W. L. Pattullo ; Matron, Miss Little. 

SMALLPOX AND CHOLERA HOSPITAL, Kingscross.— Medical Superin- 
tendent, Dr Burgess, M.O.H. ; Matron, Miss M. A. Clark. 

KINGSCROSS HOSPITAL, Clepington road.— Medical Superintendent, 
Dr Burgess, M.O.H. ; Resident Physician, Dr A. G. Reekie; Matron, Miss 
M. A. Clark. The Hospital contains 210 beds for infectious diseases. 



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DUNDEE CONVALESCENT HOME, Barnkill, Broughty Ferry.— The 
building is capable of accommodating 84 patients. The Management is 
in the hands of the Directors of the Dundee Boyal Infirmary. Medical 
Officer, W. A. Robertson, M.B. ; Matron, Miss Bowman. Admission can be 
obtained on presenting to the Medical Superintendent at the Infirmary a 
recommendation from a medical practitioner in Dundee. 

DUNDEE WOMEN'S HOSPITAL AND NURSING HOME, Elliot road, 
Blackness road. — President, Mrs Thomas Maitland ; Vice-Presidents, Mrs 
Anstruther Duncan, Mrs Mackenzie, Lady Christian Ogilvy, Mrs F. B. Sharp, 
Mrs A. Shepherd, Mrs Weinberg, Mrs J. Walker ; General Treasurers, Don 
& Stewart ; Secretary to House Committee, Mrs T. L. Miller, Red Roofs, 
Broughty Ferry ; Treasurer to House Committee, Mrs E. A. Shepherd ; 
Committee of Management, Mr D. M. Greig, Mrs Longair, Mrs Low, W. 
Mackenzie, Mrs Mackenzie, Miss Oliphant, Mrs Polack, Mrs J. More Smieton, 
Mrs H. Giles Walker, F. B. Sharp, Prof. Stalker, Dr E. C. Thomson, 
Prof. DArcy W. Thompson, Lady Urquhart, Dr J. Mackie Whyte, Mrs J. 
M. Malloch, Mrs C. W. Walker, Dr Elizabeth Mills ; Medical Officer, Dr 
Elizabeth Mills ; Nurse-Matron, Miss Clark ; General Secretaries, J. & J. 
Ogilvie, 13 Albert square. 

HOME FOR INCURABLES, 12 King street.— This Institution has 
accommodation for 27 Females (five beds endowed). Applications for admis- 
sion to be sent to the Sister-in-Charge of S. Mary's, 10 King street. Rev. 
R. Tudor, Chaplain. 

BISHOP FORBES CONVALESCENTS TRUST.— Trustees, James 
Carmichael of Arthurstone, Bishop of Brechin, Archibald Sturrock, Vaness 
C. Baird ; Factors, Don & Stewart, 2 Union street. 

ROYAL LUNATIC ASYLUM.— Extraordinary Directors, Earl of Strath- 
more, William T. Shaw, M.P., Sir J. M. Lees, K.C., Alex. Wilkie, M.P., 
Winston L. S. Churchill, M.P., the Moderator of Synod of Angus and Mearns; 
Director for Life, William Hunter ; Ordinary Directors, Lord Provost Sir 
William Don, Bailie W. H. Buist, Lord Dean of Guild Nicoll, W. G. 
Anderson, Wm. Frain, Alex. Duncan, George Carnegie, Thomas Milne, 
J. G. Sibbald, William Foggie, W. H. Brown, Frank J. R. Mills, David 
Dand, Thomas Peebles, Charles Smith, Rev. D. D. Macdonald, Rev. Wm. 
Hall, David Johnston, John Nairn, A. F. Durkie, Joseph Murray, Dr Alex. 
Campbell, A. B. Gilroy (Chairman), Prof. MacEwan, Rev. A. W. Fergusson, 
B.D., C. H. Watson, Rev. James Weatherhead, Principal Mackay, J. W. 
Fleming : Committee of Management, A. B. Gilroy (Chairman), William 
Hunter, J. W. Fleming, Prof. MacEwan, Rev. D. D. Macdonald, John 
G. Sibbald, W. Foggie, Thomas Milne, W. G. Anderson ; Treasurer, John 
E. M 'In tyre ; Secretary, Joseph Wilkie, 20 Reform street. 

BALDOVAN INSTITUTION, For the treatment and education of the 
Feeble-minded. — Directors, Bishop of Brechin, Very Rev. Provost Moir, 
Mr D. M. Greig (Chairman), Sir Herbert K. Ogilvy, Bart., Rev. A. W. 
Fergusson, Rev. Canon Shepherd, William Boyd (Vice-Chairman), George 
Anderson, T. H. Smith, Drummond Taylor, Rev. Alex. Anderson. 

Resident Superintendent, William B. Drummond, M.D. ; Secretaries and 
Treasurers, Don & Stewart, 2 Union street ; Matron, Miss Watson. 

CURR NIGHT REFUGE, 5 West Bell street.— President, J. W. Shepherd ; 
Vice-Presidents, J. W. Fleming, Sir George Ritchie ; Directors, Wm, 
Hunter, John Henderson, A. H. Stephen, Frank Stevenson, Andrew 
Spalding, F. B. Sharp, David Air, jun., J. C. Low, George S. Lamb, P. S. 
Brown, Adam Hunter, W. W. Halley, D. M. Brown ; Hon. Treasurer, Alfred 
Smith, 6 Panmure street; Hon. ^Secretary, James Combe, 2 Laurelbank ; 
Superintendent, George Rankine. 

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102 CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

DUNDEE INDUSTEIAL SCHOOLS SOCIETY.— Girls' School, Blackness 
road ; Boys, Baldovan. President, David Air ; Vice-Presidents, Earl of Home, 
Lord Kinnaird, D. Erskine of Linlathen; Directors, David Air (Chairman), 
James Brebner, Sir Herbert Ogilvy, Bart., T. H. H. Walker, W. Gordon 
Thomson, Thomas "Watson, "William Mackenzie, H. A. Pattullo, C. J. Bisset, 
William C. Leng, T. B. Taylor, James H. Halley, C. F. Henderson, G. S. 
Lamb, William Reid, C. Stewart, H. Cvaigie Smith, A. W. Taylor ; Medical 
Officers, D. M. Greig (Hon. Consulting Surgeon), Dr Arthur Mills, and 
Elizabeth Mills ; Dentist, D. Lindsay Anderson ; Treasurer, Robert 
Thomson ; Secretary, James Sword, Baldovan Industrial School. 

Ladies' Committee — Mrs Peter Campbell (President), Miss Berry and Mrs 
Rettie (Vice-Presidents), Mrs Boase, Miss Smith, Mrs Wm. Mackenzie, Mrs 
Fergusson, Mrs Gilroy, Mrs W. L. Pattullo, Mrs Giles Walker, Mrs Pilking- 
ton, Mrs Hendry, Mrs Sutherland, Mrs Shepherd, Mrs C. M. Boase, Mrs 

C. F. Henderson, Mrs Heathcote ; Hon. Secretary, Mrs Guthrie, Hope Park, 
Broughty Ferry. 

Baldovan School (Boys) — Superintendent, Jas. Winchester ; Schoolmaster, 
J. S. Moir ; Assistant Teachers, Mrs Robertson and Miss Berndt ; Matron, 
Miss Walker. Agent, Thomas Stark, 2 Ellen street. 

Balgay School (Girls) — Matron, Miss Phipps ; Teacher, Miss A. G. Cruick- 
shank; Assistant, Miss Smith. Girls' Auxiliary Home, Kilchoan, Black- 
ness road. 

Boys' Home, 2 Ellen st.— Supt., Thos. Stark ; Matron, Mrs Stark. 

DUNDEE ORPHAN INSTITUTION, 133 Ferry road.— President, William 
Hunter ; Vice-Presidents, Sir Charles Barrie, Wm. Longair ; Directors, Lord 
Provost, Lord Dean of Guild, Convener of Nine Trades, Preses of Faculty of 
Procurators and Solicitors, Boxmaster of Seamen Fraternity, Deacon of the 
Maltmen, Parish Minister of Dundee, Rev. A. W. Fergusson, A. B. Crichton, 
David Dickie, William Mackenzie, J. H. Martin, Charles B. Ovenstone, 
William Rettie, William Robertson, William Scott, D. C. Thomson, 
Thomas Watson ; Governesses, Mrs William Scott, Dryburgh, Lochee (Secre- 
tary), Lady Barrie, Mrs Alexander Batchelor, Mrs Thomas Bell, Mrs 

D. M. Brown, Mrs J. S. Fairweather, Mrs A. W. Fergusson, Mrs William 
Gibson, Mrs D. M. Greig, Mrs William Hunter, Mrs William Longair, Mrs 
William M'Conachie, Mrs J. C. Methven, Mrs Rudolph Polack, Mrs J. W. 
Scott, Mrs T. H. Smith, Mrs D. C. Thomson, Mrs H. Giles Walker, Miss 
Adie, Miss Reoch ; Treasurer, W. M. Grant, 10 Panmure street ; Auditor, 
W. L. Pattullo ; Secretary, T. M. Davidson, 9 Nelson street ; Hon. Surgeon, 
Mr D. M. Greig; House Physicians, Dr Arthur Mills and Dr Elizabeth 
Mills ; Ophthalmic Surgeon, Dr MacGillivray ; Dental Surgeon, Peter 
Gorrie ; Master, Thomas A. Leighton ; Matron, Mrs Thomas A. Leighton. 

DUNDEE WORKING BOYS' HOME, 3 West Bell street, for orphan, 
destitute, and homeless lads. — President, J. W. Shepherd ; Committee, Sir 
George Ritchie, J. W. Fleming, D. M. Brown, W. W. Halley, James 
Combe ; Superintendent, George Rankine ; Hon. Treasurer, Alfred Smith, 
6 Panmure street ; Hon. Secretary, J. W. Shepherd, Tayview, Newport. 

BROUGHTY FERRY BEACH MISSION (SickPoor Nursing).— Chairman, 
Rev. T. F. Best ; Secretary and Treasurer, George Elder, Royal Bank, Brot'y 
Ferry ; Nurse, Mrs Adams, Heathbank cottage, Barnhill. 

DUNDEE VOLUNTARY HEALTH WORKERS' ASSOCIATION.— 
President, Mrs J. H. Halley ; Vice-Presidents, Mrs J. Guthrie, Mrs J. S. 
Ogilvie ; Treasurer, Mrs Wm. Gibson ; Secy., Mrs R. H. Adamson, 57 
Magdalen green. 



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CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 103 
BROUGHTY FERRY BENEVOLENT TRUST, to assist in relieving 
cases of distress. — William Lindsay (Chairman), J. B. Archer, James Fleming, 
Alexander M'Leod, David Galloway, G. D.Kidd, W. M. Ritchie, Rev. James 
Burgess, Alexander Bates, Rev. T. F. Best, W. O. Cunningham, Rev. H. T. 
J. Waring, Rev. A. G. Mitchell, W. Murray, J. J. Watson, Peter Sim, 
Rev. W. J. Sym, D. Goodfellow, J. Gillies, Rev. Douglas W. Bruce, A. 
Adamson ; Hon. Treasurer, William Luke ; Hon. Secretary, Edward Cowan, 
4 High street. 

"MARS" TRAINING SHIP INSTITUTION.— Trustees, J. C. Buist, 
James Guthrie, J. H. Halley, James AV. Kidd, William Thomson, W. N. 
Walker. Committee, Convener of County of Perth, Convener of County of 
Fife, Convener of County of Aberdeen and Chairman of Finance Committee ; 
Sheriffs-Substitute at Cupar Fife, Dundee, Forfar, Perth; Lord Provosts of 
Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Perth ; Provosts of Arbroath, Brechin, Cupar 
Fife, Forfar, Montrose, St Andrews; David Air, F. M. Batchelor, Councillor 
Bathgate (Edinburgh), T. N. J. Bell, F. E. Scott, J. C. Buist, Alex. F. 
Durkie, Lord Dean of Guild of Edinburgh, Colonel W. H. Fergusson, C. G. 
Gourlay, James Guthrie, James H. Halley, John Dickson (Edinburgh), A. 
Sinclair Henderson, J. W. Kidd, John A. Leng, Bailie Barrie (Edinburgh), 
Lieut. -Colonel H. Scrymgeour - Wedderburn, F. B. Sharp, William 
Thomson, H. Giles Walker, W. N. Walker. Executive Committee, James 
Guthrie (Chairman), T. N. J. Bell, J. C. Buist, Colonel W. H. Fergusson, 
J. W. Kidd, James H. Halley, Lieut. -Col. H. Scrymgeour- Wedderburn, 
F. B. Sharp, William Thomson, H. Giles Walker, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 
Bailie Barrie, Councillors Bathgate and Dickson (all of Edinburgh). 

Captain-Superintendent, H. R. Heathcote, late Commdr., R.N. ; Surgeons, 
Drs Stewart and Rust, Newport; Secretaries and Treasurers, Mackay, Irons, 
& Co., 22 Meadowside. 

DUNDEE SICK POOR NURSING SOCIETY, Caird Home for Nurses, 41 
Magdalen Yard road. — Superintendent, Miss Milne ; Hon. President, The Earl 
of Strathmore; Hon. Vice-President, Lord Kinnaird ; President, James H. 
Martin ; Vice-President, Dr Alexander Campbell ; Committee, Professor 
MacEwan, A. B. Duncan, R. B. Sharp, Prof. Stalker, Dr M'Farlane, 
Sheriff Neish, Andrew Spalding, Sir George Ritchie, T. H. H. Walker, 
William Rettie, Dr Burgess, Andrew Hendry, Mrs James Guthrie, Mrs 
Godfrey Shepherd, Miss Jean Brown Robertson ; Treasurers, Mackay, 
Irons, & Co. ; Auditor, Robert C. Thomson ; Secretary, F. E. Scott, 11 
Whitehall street. 

CHARITY ORGANISATION SOCIETY, 7 West Bell street.— President, 
Lord Provost Sir William Don ; Vice-Presidents, Sir George W. Baxter, 
Bart., Prof. Steggall, Sir James Low, Bart., William Hunter, Sir Charles 
Barrie, William Longair, Sir James Urquhart ; Executive Council, Prof. 
Steggall (Chairman), G. A. Johnston (Vice-Chairman), the President and 
Vice-Presidents, and the Very Rev. Provost Moir, Rev. W. A. Dunbar, 
B. L. Nairn, Edward Shepherd. Godfrey Shepherd, Rev. James Weather- 
head, C. C. Barrie, M.P., Rev. A. W. Fergusson, T. L. Miller, Right Rev. 
Monsignor Turner, T. H. H. Walker, William Frain, William For well, 
William Berry, T. N. J. Bell, C. F. Henderson ; Hon. Secretary and 
Treasurer, David Clarke, 31 Reform street ; Investigating Agent, David 
Fisher. 

DUNDEE FLOWER MISSION TO SICK POOR.— Chairman, James 
Combe ; Hon. Treasurer, J. H. Martin ; Hon. Secretary, George Rankine, 3 
West Bell street. 



104 CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

DUNDEE DENTAL HOSPITAL, 2 Park place.— Directors, Dr Graham 
Campbell, Rev. A. "\V. Fergusson, W. Stirling Draff en, C. F. Henderson, 
Sheriff Neish, William Boyd, D. M. Brown, William Hunter, T. H. H. 
Walker, C. H. Marshall, John G. Kinmond, T. M. Davidson, William 
Frain, Peter Reid, P. Gorrie, C. C. Barrie, M.P. ; Hon. Secretaries and 
Treasurers, Alexander Tosh & Son, 11 Reform street. 

DUNDEE EYE INSTITUTION, 104 Nethergate.— President, T. H. Smith ; 
Vice-Presidents, William Mackenzie and William Henderson ; Ordinary- 
Directors, D. C. Thomson, J. C. Buist, R. B. Sharp, W. Gordon Thomson, 
W. O. Cunningham, C. C. Barrie, M.P., B. L. Nairn, W. C. Leng, C. M. / 
Boase, John C. Low, T. N. J. Bell, John N. Kyd ; Hon. Secretaries and 
Treasurers, Bell & Henderson, 10 Whitehall street; Surgeon, Dr Mac- 
Gillivray ; Assistant Surgeons, Dr Julia L. Pringle, Dr Allister M. Mac- 
Gillivray ; Dispenser, John Forsyth ; Attendant, Mrs Ogg. 

Royal Dundee Institution for the Blind, 59 Magdalen green.— 
President, William C. Leng ; Vice-President, B. L. Nairn ; Directors, P. S. 
Brown, T. N. J. Bell, Rev. A. W. Fergusson, J. C. Low, D. B. Maitlancl, 
J. N. Kyd, Joshua Brand, E. W. Neish, James R. Smith, Wm. Stewart, 
David Dickie, Bobert Murray, Henry A. Pattullo, Thos. Russell; Treasurers, 
W. & R. Ritchie, 6 Panmure street ; Secretaries, Bell & Henderson, 10 
Whitehall street; Manager, Colin Macdonald. (See Adv.) 

Boarding House. — Directors, &c, as above ; Ladies' Committee — Lady 
Ogilvy Dalgleish, President ; Miss Mary Reid, 10 Airlie terrace, Secretary. 

DUNDEE AND LOCHEE MISSION TO THE OUT-DOOR BLIND.— 

President, David Air ; Vice-President, Sir Charles Barrie ; Directors, Sir 
Charles Barrie, David Air, W. O. Cunningham, D. L. Carmichael, William 
Longair, Wm. Henderson, J. C. Robertson, C. B. Ovenstone, A. Bethune 
Duncan, D. M. Brown, James Pram, jun., Alfred Nairn ; Hon. Secretaries 
and Treasurers, Robertson & Taylor, 26 Castle street ; Mission Superin- 
tendent, Andrew J. Maltman, 23 Castle street ; Assistant Missionary, 
Miss Sarah Sime. 

DUNDEE INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF 
AND DUMB, Dudhope Bank, 165 Lochee road. President, Lord Kinnaird ; 
Vice-President, Sir George W. Baxter, Bart. ; Directors, The Lord Provost, 
Sheriff-Substitute, Lord Dean of Guild, Convener of Nine Trades, W. 
Hunter, James A. Fleming, A. H. Stephen, John D. Mathew, T. B. 
Barnes, T. M. Davidson, George Anderson ; Headmaster, Robert Hansell ; 
Matron, Miss Jessie Ann Lundie ; Secretary and Treasurer, David Don, 2 
Union street. The Institution is open to visitors from 10 to 12 and from 
2 to 4 o'clock every week-day except Saturday. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MISSION TO ADULT DEAF AND DUMB, 
Mission Hall, Dudhope Castle. — Hon. President, Lord Provost Sir William 

Don ; President, Sir Jas. Low, Bart. ; Vice-President, ; Directors, 

B. L. Nairn (Chairman), David Air, Rev. A. W. Fergusson, Wm. Hender- 
son, Rev. J. M'Connachie, Rev. G. R. Macphail, William Nairn, Joseph 
Philip, John D. Mathew (Hon. Secretary) ; Hon. Treasurer, J. Gilbert 
Fleming ; Missioner and Secretary, W. S. Wright. 

DUNDEE SOCIETY FOB THE PEEVENTION OF CRUELTY TO 
ANIMALS. — President, Lord Provost Sir William Don ; Vice-Presidents, 
Sir James Low, Bart., Sir George W. Baxter, Bart., Sir Herbert K. 
Ogilvy, Bart. ; Secretaries and Treasurers, W. & B. Bitchie, 6 Panmure 
street. Inspectors— J. A. Wallace, 9 Cardean street, and Alexander Dods, 
36 Seafield road. 



CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 105 
DUNDEE SOCIETY FOE THE PEEVENTION OF CRUELTY TO 
CHILDREN, Office, 2 Dudhope place ; Children's Shelter, 1 Laurelbank 
(Telephone No. 2483). — President, Lord Provost Sir William Don; Vice- 
Presidents, Lord Kinnaird, David Air ; Ordinary Directors, John J. Draffen 
(Chairman), George Buist (Vice-Chairman), James Brebner, John Mudie, 
William Robb, Mrs Kinnear, Miss Margaret P. Logie, Rev. George 
R. Macphail, Thomas M. Davidson, Edward Shepherd, Robert Murray, James 
A. Briggs, John Adam, Miss Air, Rev. S. Buchanan Carey ; Physician, 
| Mr Greig ; Officers, William D. AVilliamson, 2 Dudhope place, and Constable 
! Wingham ; Matron of Children's Shelter, Miss Janet B. Corr ; Secretary and 
Treasurer, F. E. Scott, 11 Whitehall street. 

NEWPORT CHILDREN'S HOME, Comerton, by Leuchars, Fife.— Hon. 
President, William C. Leng; President, John C. Low; Vice-Presidents, F. E. 
Scott, John A. Leng, Wm. Thomson, John W. Shepherd ; Trustees, 
William Thomson, J. W. Shepherd; Committee, Miss Cunningham, Miss 
MacLeod, Mrs J. C. Low, Miss Moir, Miss Etta Johnston, Mrs Daniel Lawson, 
MrsD. H. Robertson, Mrs R. C. Walker, Rev. Thomas Munn, J. J. Lowson, 
Daniel S, Smith, J. O. Adams, James Husband, S. M. Falconer, Wm. Bain ; 
Hon. Treasurer, E. Behrens; Hon. Secretary, D. D. M'Pherson, Seacraig, 
Tayport road, Newport; Matron, Mrs James Fraser; Superintendent, James 
Fraser ; Medical Referee, Dr Stewart. 

LOCHEE DAY NURSERY, Flight's lane, Lochee.— President, Mrs Arthur 
J. Cox ; Vice-Presidents, Mrs James Stevenson and Mrs Theo. G. Luis ; 
Matron, Mrs Taylor ; Hon. Secy, and Treas., D. Henderson, Royal Bank, 
Lochee. 

DUNDEE ADULT FREE BREAKFAST MISSION.— Hon. President, 
Charles Barrie ; Chairman, James Combe ; Hon. Treasurer, W. W. Halley ; 
Hon. Secretary, George Rankine, 3 West Bell street. 

CHILDREN'S FREE BREAKFAST AND CITY MISSION.— Trustees, 
E. F. Maitland, J. W. Shepherd, James Carmichael, J. W. Shepherd 
(Hon. President), Edward Shepherd (President), E. F. Maitland (Vice- 
President) ; Committee of Management, John Moncur, John Lockhart, 
James Sloan, Miss Janet Philip, Miss Mary Thomson, D. G. Henderson, 
James Carrick, Miss Mary Fairful, Miss Janet Silvie, Miss Margaret Kidd, 
Mrs Edward Shepherd ; Secretary, R. S. Johnston, 15 Nelson street ; Joint 
Treasurers, J. W. Shepherd, Tayview, Newport, and Adam Hunter, 22 
Meadowside. Mission premises, corner of Bell Street lane and Constitution 
road. 

SCOTTISH COUNCIL OF PUBLIC MORALS, Dundee Citizens' Com- 
mittee. — Chairman, Bishop Robberds ; Secretary, C. Boyd Anderson, 30 
Whitehall street. 

ALLIANCE OF HONOUR, Dundee and District Branch.— Chairman, 
J. H. Martin ; Treasurer, William Frain ; Secretary, C. Boyd Anderson, 
45 Commercial street. 

BANNATYNE HOME OF REST, Newtyle.— President, Jas. H. Martin ; 
Directors, William Longair, Dr Alex. Campbell, Dr MacGillivray, David Air, 
jun., Sir George Ritchie, A. B. Crichton, Fred B. Sharp, Sir William Don; 

I Hon. Treasurer, John Thornton ; Hon. Secretary, James Combe, 2 Laurel- 
bank ; Admitting Secretary, Miss S. Deas, 1 Mid street ; Matron, Miss 

| Rachel How. 

| DUNDEE Y.W.C.A. HOLIDAY HOME AND BOARDING HOUSE, 

jViewmount, Abernethy. — Available for all young women in need of rest or 
ihange. Apply Superintendent, Viewmount, Abernethy. 



106 CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT FEMALE RESCUE HOME, 18 Cobden 
street, Lochee. — President, Miss Henderson ; Vice-Presidents, Mrs Steggall, 
Mrs Fisher, Mrs A. S. Henderson ; Secretary, Mrs Douglass, 22 Magdalen 
Yard road ; Hon. Treasurer, J. C. Taj lor, North of Scotland and T. & C. 
Bank, Lochee ; Matron, Miss Macleod. Laundry work done ; for terms 
apply Matron. 

SOCIETY OF ST VINCENT DE PAUL, Particular Council.— President, 
Duncan Chisholm ; Treasurer, J. M 'Clone; Secretary, John Kilcullen, 40 
Albert street. i 

Police Couet Rescue Scheme.— Outdoor Officers— Michael Traynor, 124/ 
Hilltown ; Rev. Sister Vincent, 26 Magdalen Yard road ; Secretary, M.' 
T. Hannigan, 82 Bell street. 

St Vincent's Hostel, 26 Magdalen Yard road.— Home for respectable 
Catholic girls, under care of Sisters of Charity ; Day Nursery, 14 Park place. 

Children's Refuge, 26 Magdalen Yard road ; Henry Kenny, 33 Scott street, 
Secretary. 

ST MARGARET'S HOME (for Domestic Servants), Lawside.— Under the 
care of the Sisters of Mercy. Also Orphanage for Girls. 

SALVATION ARMY HOME AND METROPOLE FOR WOMEN, Ward 

road. Warden, Major Sarah Alvey. 

Salvation Army Home for Mothers and Infants, 93 Magdalen Yard 
road. — Warden, Major Sarah Alvey. 

DUNDEE PRISON AID SOCIETY.— President, J. C. Buist ; Vice- 
President, Lord Provost Sir William Don ; Directors, John Henderson, Sir 
Herbert K. Ogilvy, Bart., W. H. Buist, William Hunter, D. L. Carmichael, 
J. B. Taylor, A. B. Crichton; Secretary and Treasurer, F. E. Scott, 11 White- 
hall street ; Agent, George Rankine, 3 West Bell street. 

VISITING COMMITTEE FOR DUNDEE PRISON.— Bailie Robertson, 
Arbroath ; Bailie Alex. Stewart, Brechin ; Councillor Honeyman, Cupar 
Fife ; Bailie Carr, Cupar Fife ; Bailie Buist, Dundee ; Bailie Macdonald, 
Dundee ; Bailie Wilson, Dunfermline ; Bailie Clark, Dysart ; Provost 
Stark, Cupar ; Simon Forrest, Newport ; Bailie John Lamb, Forfar ; 
Bailie Hanick, Forfar ; John Grant, Craigmills, Dundee ; A. F. Durkie, 
Mill of Mains; J. Herbert Paton, Lethangie, Kinross; Bailie Duncan, 
Kirkcaldy ; Provost Thomson, Montrose ; Colonel Allen, St Andrews. 
Lady Members — Mrs Greig, Dundee ; Lady Don, Dundee ; Lad} r Low, Cupar 
Fife ; Miss Margaret Logie, Newport. R. Still, 15 Albert square, Clerk. 

DUNDEE LADIES' UNION.— President, Mrs Bethune Duncan ; Vice- 
Presidents, Mrs Longair, Mrs Thomas Scott, Mrs A. Guthrie ; Hon. 
Treasurers, Henderson & Loggie ; Hon. Secretary, Mrs F. J. Whytock, 1 
Rockfield terrace. 

Girls' Boarding House, Rose street. Matron, Miss Young. 

DUNDEE SOCIAL UNION.— President and Chairman of General 
Committee, A. Mackay ; Vice-Presidents, Mrs R. B. Don, Professor D'Arcy 
Thompson ; Superintendent, Miss E. Batting ; Secretaries and Treasurers, 
Robertson & Taylor, 26 Castle street. Children's Holiday Home, Marfield, 
Rattray, Blairgowrie ; Matron, Mrs Black. 

INVALID CHILDREN'S AID ASSOCIATION.— President, Mrs D. M. 
Greig ; Vice-Presidents, Mrs H. B. Gilroy, Mrs Maitland ; Special Worker, 
Miss Lizzie Stewart, 41a Mains loan ; Matron, Miss Swan, Holiday Home, 
Auchterhouse ; Secretary and Treasurer, Charles Stewart, 2 Union street. 



CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 107 

GREY LODGE SETTLEMENT, 9 Wellington street. — Warden, Miss 
E. Batting. 

DUNDEE INFANT HOSPITAL, The Lodge, Broughty Ferry.— Chairman 
of Committee, Mrs Alexander Gilroy ; Hon. Treasurer, R. C. Thomson ; 
Hon. Medical Officers, Dr J. S. Y. Rogers, Dr Margaret Fairlie, Mr 
Anderson ; Hon. Secretary, Mrs Lindsay Henderson, 1 Balgillo crescent, 
Broughty Ferry. 

Chupeh of Scotland Social Work Committee, — Secretary, 
Thomas Nicoll, 22 Queen street, Edinburgh. (See Adv.) 

Dundee Labour Home, 24 Milnbank road.— Chairman of Local Com- 
mittee, T. B. Taylor ; Superintendent, William Beck. 

Working Girls' Boarding House, 19 Seafield road.— Convener of Sub- 
Committee, Rev. Stephen Forsyth ; Matron, Miss M'Murtrie. 

DUNDEE PARISH CHURCH DOMESTIC MISSION.— President, Mrs 
A. W. Fergusson; Vice-President, Mrs Duncan ; Secy., Miss Brown Robertson. 

ST MARY'S REST (Dundee Parish Church), 113 Ferry road.— Mrs 
Cochrane, Matron. 

AGED CHRISTIAN FRIEND SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND, Dundee 
Auxiliary. — Vice-Presidents, David Air, William Hunter ; Local Directors, 
Alex. Mackay (Chairman), Rev. D. D. Maclaren, Rev. John Mansie, Rev. 
R. R. Prenter, Rev. J. B. Wood, A. H. Stephen, James H. Smith, G. C. 
Spence ; Ladies' Committee, Mrs David Air, Mrs C. F. Henderson, Mrs 
Mackay, Mrs Thomas Maitland, Mrs Fred D. S. Sandeman, Mrs T. H. H. 
Walker ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, J. C. Robertson, 22 Meadowside. 

FEMALE SOCIETY, for Visiting and Relieving Aged Females in Distressed 
Circumstances. — President, Mrs Leslie Ower ; Treasurer, Miss Wilson ; Secre- 
tary, Miss Ogilvie, Tay lodge, Broughty Ferry. 

DUNDEE LADIES' WORK SOCIETY.— President, Mrs W. O. Cunning- 
ham ; Vice-President, Mrs W. Scott ; Hon. Treasurer, Mrs E. A. Shepherd ; 
Secretary, Miss Duncan, 10 Craigie terrace. 

DUNDEE CLOTHING SOCIETY.— President, Mrs Leslie Ower; Treasurer, 
Miss A. Holmes ; Secretary, Miss C. Adie, 49 Forfar road. 

DUNDEE NEEDLEWORK GUILD.— Honorary President, Mrs A. M. 
Grimond ; Presidents, Mrs G. A. Gilroy, Mrs J. S. Ogilvie, Miss A. J. Adie, 
Mrs Weinberg; Hon. Secretary, Miss E. N. Smith, Ashwood, Broughty Ferry. 

DUNDEE INDIGENT SICK SOCIETY.— President, Sir George Ritchie ; 
Vice-President, J. H. Martin ; Directors, Patrick Hunter, Allan Mathewson, 
James King, Francis Stevenson, Joseph Stott, Colin Macdonald ; Treasurer, 
Robert Murray, 24 High street ; Secretary, J. L. Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 

FUND FOR THE RELIEF OF INDIGENT GENTLEWOMEN OF SCOT- 
LAND above 50 Years of Age and Unmarried. — Secretary and Cashier, 
James M 'Kerrell Brown, C.A., 14 Rutland square, Edinburgh; Hon. Treasurer 
in Dundee, J. Dickson Dodds, St Fort, Wormit. 

ROYAL NATIONAL LIFEBOAT INSTITUTION, Dundee Branch.— 
President, A. B. Gilroy ; Hon. Secretary, David Dempster, 69 Reform street ; 
Hon. Treasurer, Jas. Nicoll ; Chairman, J. M. Hunter Mitchell ; Coxswain 
Superintendent, Charles Gall, 83 West Beach, Brought}- Ferry. 

DUNDEE SAILORS' HOME, 62 Dock st,— President, Sir Charles Barrie ; 
Vice-Presidents, Wm. Thomson, J. W. Kidd ; Committee, C. C. Barrie, M.P., 
i John A. Leng, Duncan Ritchie, B. L. Nairn, J. M. Hunter Mitchell, F. S. 
Stephen, James Nicoll, Thomas Maitland, Simon Forrest, W. J. Baxter, 
J. L. Kidd ; Hon. Secretaries and Treasurers, Mackay, Irons, & Co. ; Matron, 
Mrs M'Lean. 



108 CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

DUNDEE SEAMEN'S FRIEND SOCIETY, Chapel and Library, Sailors 
Home buildings ; Reading Room, Harbour Police Office, East Dock street. — 
President, Sir Charles Barrie ; Vice-President, James W. Kidd ; Committee, J. 

C. Buist, Thomas Farquharson, A. H. Stephen, Thomas Maitland, Captain 
Yule, B. L. Nairn, Robert T. Leitch ; Missionary, James N. Tait, 23 Perth 
road ; Secretary and Treasurer, F. E. Scott, 11 Whitehall street. 

SHIPWRECKED FISHERMEN AND MARINERS' ROYAL BENEVO- 
LENT SOCIETY.— Local Hon. Agent, R. Lindsay Robertson, 69 Reform st. 

ROYAL ALFRED AGED MERCHANT SEAMEN'S INSTITUTION.— j 
Local Hon. Agents, Robert Ritchie & Co., 33 Albert square. 

ST ANDREW'S AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION, Dundee Centre.— 
President, Earl of Strathmore ; Patroness of Women's Classes, Countess of 
Strathmore ; Vice-Presidents, Lord Provost, Chairman of Royal Infirmary, 
Principal Mackay, Prof. Steggall, Dr Alex. Campbell, Dr Sinclair, A. B. 
Gilroy ; Committee, Colonel W. Gordon Thomson (Chairman), Grant Barclay, 
T. H. H. Walker, DrW. Kinnear, Dr Lennox, W. Kettles, D. W. Barrie, 
Dr Henry Buist, Dr W. E. Foggie, Dr J. S. Y. Rogers ; Hon. Secretaries 
and Treasurers, Don & Stewart, 2 Union street. 

St Andrews Ambulance Corps, Dundee City Company.— Commandants 
— Section I., John H. Stiven ; II., George D. Ormond; III., George Mudie ; 
IV., Andrew Brown ; Dundee Women's No. I., Mrs Alfred Smith; Secretaries, 
Don & Stewart, 2 Union street. 

SCOTTISH BRANCH BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY, Dundee 
Branch. — President, Lord Provost Sir William Don ; Vice-Presidents, 
Lady Baxter, Mrs Longair, Dr Emily Thomson, Trof. MacEwan, Major 

D. M. Greig, William Longair; Treasurers and Acting Secretaries, Don & 
Stewart, 2 Union street. 

FUND FOR THE RELIEF OF VETERANS.— Committee, Sir James 
Urquhart, William Longair, C. J. Bisset, Thomas Russell ; Hon. Secretaries 
and Treasurers, Alexander Tosh & Son, 11 Reform street. 

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' FAMILIES ASSOCIATION, Dundee 
Branch. — President, Mrs George Gilroy ; Honorary Secretary, Miss J. D. 
Holmes, 2 Richmond terrace. 

DISCHARGED SOLDIERS AND SAILORS COMMITTEE.— Lady Baxter 
(President), Wm. Henderson (Chairman), Wm. Berry, T. B. Taylor, Mrs 
Wm. Gibson, Captain George Mackay, Mrs T. L. Miller, J. Kenneth ; Hon. 
Treasurer, T. L. Miller ; Hon. Secretary, Robert M. Noble, 74 Commercial st. 

Hostel, 5 Airlie place. — Matron, Mrs Henderson. 

Workshops and Gardens, Dudhope house and Grounds, Dudhope ter. 

DISCHARGED SAILORS AND SOLDIERS' JOINT EMPLOYMENT 
COMMITTEE.— Joint Secretaries, James M. Graham, 54 Dock street, and 
J. Armstrong Barry, 36 North Lindsav street. 

JOINT DISABLEMENT COMMITTEE FOR CENTRAL SCOTLAND. 
—Chairman, AV. Berry of Tayfield ; Vice-Chairman, Provost Thomson 
(Montrose) ; Secretary, F. R. Stewart, 49 Trades lane. 

Dudhope House Orthopaedic Annexe (under Ministry of Pensions), 
Dudhope terrace. — Matron, Miss Winstanley. 

Dalhousie Convalescent Home, Church st., Carnoustie. — Under Minis- 
try of Pensions. For discharged sailors and soldiers. Matron, Miss Barbour. 

ASSOCIATION OF DEPENDANTS OF DECEASED AND SERVING 
SAILORS AND SOLDIERS.— President, Mrs A. Rodgers; Secretary, James 
G. Fraser, Labour Club, 48 Murraygate. 



CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 109 

SCOTTISH FEDERATION OF DISCHARGED AND DEMOBILISED 
SAILORS AND SOLDIERS, Dundee Branch, Headquarters, 71 Nether- 
gate. — Hon. President, Sir James Urquhart ; Hon. Vice-President, J. 
Grafton Lawson ; President, A. Nicol ; Vice-President, P. Morrison ; 
Financial Secretary, F. Kyle ; Treasurer, J. Bowman ; Secretary, T. Bow- 
man, 7 Kinloch street. 

INCORPORATED SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HELP SOCIETY, 
Dundee Committee. — Hon. President, Lord Provost Sir "William Don ; 
President, C. Boyd Anderson ; Vice-Presidents, TV L. Pattullo. Arthur 
Barry, David Muckersie ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, J. Armstrong Barry, 
45 Commercial street. 

LORD ROBERTS MEMORIAL WORKSHOPS FOR DISABLED 
SOLDIERS AND SAILORS (Incorporated Soldiers' and Sailors'Help Society) 
Central Scottish Area Committee. — Directors, T. B. Taylor, (Chairman), 
John Phin, D. J. Macdonalcl, Provost Stark (Cupar), John R. Soutar, Lady 
Baxter, Hon. Mrs Drummond (Errol) ; Hon. Treasurers, T. L. Miller and 
William Mackie ; Hon. Secretaries, C. Boyd Anderson and J. Armstrong- 
Barry, 45 Commercial street. "Works, 1 Victoria road ; Alexander Gilchrist,, 
manager. 

CHARITABLE MORTIFICATIONS.— 

Charles Anderson's — 1820. — A number of old men receive 8s 4d monthly, 
being half the free revenue of the fund. The other half is paid annually to the 
Indigent Sick Society. The capital is £2,490. Patrons, the Kirk-Session. 
Factor, Charles Soutar, 11 Whitehall street. 

The Charles Barrie Fund for Aged Seamen.— For seamen who have 
sailed in ocean-going vessels for at least 25 years, or have been disabled, and 
are unfit for work ; also for widows and dependants of deceased seamen. 
Chairman, J. C. Buist ; Trustees, Sir Charles Barrie, C. C. Barrie, M.P., 
J. J. Barrie, J. Plenderleath, J. N. Tait, Captain C. Yule ; Treasurer, J. 
D. Panton ; Secretary, John Malloch, Harbour Clerk. 

John Boyd Baxter Fund. — The interest of £8,000 applied for the benefit 
of elderly, deserving, respectable females, not less than fifty-five years of age, 
and natives of Dundee or neighbourhood, which includes any place in Forfar- 
shire within a radius of six miles from Town House of Dundee and the burgh 
of Newport in Fife or, if born elsewhere, who have been resident in Dundee 
or neighbourhood for at least ten years immediately preceding their admission. 
Pensioners must reside in Dundee or neighbourhood as above defined. 
Managers, the Lord Provost, First Bailie, Sheriff Substitute, the Parish 
Minister of Dundee, Lord Dean of Guild, Dean of Faculty of Procurators, 
President of Chamber of Commerce, Chief Magistrate of Newport. This 
Fund is intended for persons who have been in better circumstances. Factor, 
James A. Graham, 2 Union street. 

Black Watch Regtmental Homes Fund (1909). — The income, about 
£30, is applied in payment of the rent of houses occupied by deserving soldiers 
of the regiment. Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, James A. Graham, 
2 Union street. 

George Brown's — 1695. — The annual income is derived from a ground 
annual of £80 secured over property in the Overgate. The free income of this 
Mortification is divided — one half is devoted to the maintenance of aged poor 
peojde of either sex — and the other is paid over to the Educational Trust for 
educational purposes. Each aged person receives £4 per annum. Patrons, 
Lord Provost, Bailies, Ministers of the Parish Church of Dundee and the South 
Church, and Kirk Treasurer. Factor, W. F. French, 32 Castle street. 



110 CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

Alexander Cameron's Trust.— The funds amount to about £4,400. In 
come applied for aliment of deserving old men and women (resident in the 
Parish of Dundee) not under 60 years of age who are not in receipt of 
parochial relief or an Old Age Government Pension, or entitled to receive 
an Old Age Pension, in sums, payable half-yearly, of (1) £6 per annum to 
relatives, and (2) £4 to others. Patrons, Lord Dean of Guild, Senior Bailie, 
and Convener of the Nine Trades, all for the time being, Minister of Dundee 
Parish, and Rev. George Smart. Factors, Hendry & Fenton, 39 Murraygate. 

John Ferguson Bequest. — Created by the late David Ferguson, Esq., 
Leith, in memory of his brother, John Ferguson, sometime of Dundee. Thei 
income of £5,000 falls to be applied by the Directors of the Royal Dundee 
Institution for the Blind in assisting persons living in the Dundee district 
who may be suffering from any form of disease of the eye, preference being 
given to persons who have lost their sight in mature years. Factors, Bell & 
Henderson, 10 Whitehall street. 

Mrs Gibson's. — The interest of £114 applied for the preaching of a sermon 
yearly against Cruelty to Animals. Patrons, Lord Provost, Lord Dean of Guild, 
the Parish Minister of Dundee, and first Master of the Academy. Factor, 
W. M. Burke, City Chamberlain. 

John Grieve's — 1806. — The sum of £393 Is 3d, mortified for the mainten- 
ance of an indigent lunatic in the Dundee Asylum. Patrons, the Kirk-Session. 
Factor, Treasurer of the Dundee Royal Lunatic Asylum. 

Guthrie Davidson Mortifications. — For the benefit of The Home, 
Industrial Schools' Society, Deaf and Dumb Institution, Royal Orphan 
Institution, and Royal Infirmary. Governors — Lord Provost of Dundee, 
Sheriff-Substitute of County of Forfar at Dundee, Parish Minister of 
Dundee, Bishop of Diocese of Brechin, Lord Dean of Guild, Convener of 
the Nine Trades, Rev. Hugh C. R. Cunnynghame, J. L. Carmichael, T. N. J. 
Bell. Factors, Gray, Robertson, & Co., 69 Reform street. 

Miss Elizabeth Halyburton's — 1826. — The interest of £807 is annually 
divided amongst three, four, or five maiden ladies. Patrons, the Town Council. 
Factor, W. M. Burke, City Chamberlain. 

The William Harris Institution.— William Harris, Esq., in 1874 created 
a Trust, which was afterwards supplemented by his sister, Miss Margaret 
Harris, for the assistance of persons (male or female), who from a better condi- 
tion in life have been reduced to necessitous circumstances (persons who have 
filled menial occupations are excluded). The annual income of this fund is 
about £600. Pensioners receive from £10 to £20 per annum. Trustees — 
The Parish Minister of Dundee ; one elected annually by the Town Council ; 
one elected annually by the Dundee Chamber of Commerce, and William 
M. Ritchie, R. B. Sharp, Andrew Spalding, Sir Charles Barrie, Rev. A. 
W. Fergusson, Rev. Dr H. F. Henderson. Factor, W. M. Grant, 10 
Panmure street. 

Miss Janet Henderson's — 1848. — The Stock is £2,200. Seventeen old 
or indigent women each receive an annual allowance of £5 from the revenue. 
Menial servants are strictly prohibited, by the Mortifier's will, from sharing 
in the benefits of the trust. No person will be admitted who is in receipt of 
parochial relief or an Old Age_ Government Pension or entitled to receive an 
Old Age Pension. Patrons — John Henderson, J. W. Shepherd, and Minister 
of Dundee Parish. Factors, Hendry & Fenton, 39 Murraygate. 

Hospital op Dundee and Johnston's Bequest. — These Mortifications 
are vested in, and administered by, the Lord Provost, Magistrates, and 
Councillors of Dundee under a special Act of Parliament, regulating and 



CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. Ill 

confirming the ancient Royal Charter and Foundation to the Burgh and the 
Mortifications for behoof of the ministers of the Town Churches (in supple- 
ment of the Common Good of the Burgh) and the poor of the Town, all as 
contained in the ancient Charters, Act of Parliament, and arrangements by 
the several bodies concerned thereby confirmed. The Magistrates and Council 
are vested in property and estate under the Act to the amount of £50,759 of 
the Hospital Trust and £28,311 of Johnston's Bequest. On the roll of the 
Hospital Fund from the portion of the Fund applicable to the poor there are 
257 pensioners, and on that of Johnston's Bequest 350 pensioners, each of 
whom receives 6s per month. Factor, W. M. Burke, City Chamberlain. 

Lochee Fund eor Women. — The capital amounts to about £4,000. Income 
applied in making payments to deserving women, either widows or unmarried, 
not under 55 years of age, of respectable character born or resident in 
Lochee, or who have resided in Lochee for not less than seven years, and are 
still resident there, and who are not in receipt of parochial relief or an Old 
Age Government Pension or entitled to receive an Old Age Pension. Annual 
allowance not exceeding £5. Trustees, David Brydie, James W. Hutton, 
and Daniel Henderson. Factors, Hendry & Fenton, 39 Murraygate. 

Mrs Euphan Mann or Roger's — The Widows' Fund, 1665. — At present 
twenty-seven poor widows receive an annual payment of £5. Patrons, the 
Kirk-Session. The amount of capital is £3,262. Factor, Charles Soutar, 
11 Whitehall street. 

George Marshall's Bequest.— For the benefit of sailors who have served 
in the Royal Navy. Patrons, the Master and Committee of the Trinity 
House, Dundee. Factor, David Dempster, Secretary, Trinity House, 69 
Reform street. 

Mrs Moncur Memorial Fund.— Capital, £10,000. Income applied for 
the relief of deserving widows of any age and deserving females not under 60 
years of age of respectable character who are natives and resident in the city 
of Dundee, or who have resided in the city for not less than 10 years, and 
who are not in receipt of parochial relief or an Old Age Government Pension 
or entitled to receive an Old Age Pension. Trustees and Managers, Lord 
Provost, President of Chamber of Commerce, Moderator of U.F. Presbytery, 
I Alex. Moncur, Henry Prain, Dr Alex. Campbell, J. C. Robertson, Adam 
Hunter. Factors, Hendry & Fenton, 39 Murraygate. 

The Ouchterlony Old Men's Indigent Society. — For relieving the 
necessities of deserving and indigent old men either born in Dundee or the 
neighbourhood thereof or connected with Dundee or the neighbourhood 
thereof. Trustees— Alex. E. Tulloch, 4 Hawkhill place, and William A. 
Nucator. 

Lord Panmure's— 1840.— The interest of £1,000, given to the City by the 
late Lord Panmure, is paid annually to the Royal Infirmary. 

Mrs Margaret Petrie or Morton's— 1827.— The interest of the bulk of 
her fortune, about £20,000, is destined for the maintenance of aged asnd 
indigent persons belonging to the town and parish of Dundee, those of the 
name of Petrie and Wighton having a preference, who each receives £6 per 
annum. There are about 120 pensioners on the roll. Patrons, T. N. J. Bell, 
R. B. Sharp, and T. H. H. Walker. Factor, James A. Graham, 2 
Union street. 

James Pullar's— 1804.— The sum of £3,000 affords annually £10 to the 
Infirmary, £5 to the poor of the Nine Trades, and £5 to the poor of the 
Parish, the one half of the remainder of the annual rent being paid to the 



112 CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

Dundee Educational Trust, and the other half being paid to ten old men and 
women not under 60 years of age ; those who can trace their pedigree from 
JohnPullar, the Mortifier's father, -preferreftfirst ; second, persons of the name of 
Pullar ; and third, strangers. Patrons, the Minister of the Overgate district, 
twenty members of Kirk-Session, Convener and Deacons of the Nine Trades, and 
their immediate predecessors in office. Factor, Jas. Simpson, 12 Bank street. 

Kobson Curb, Fund.— Founded in 1890 by the Trustees of the late 
Mrs Christina Curr, widow of William Curr, Merchant, Dundee, to which the 
Trustees of Miss Margaret Robson, sister of Mrs Curr, made a contribution 
out of the residue of her estate. Purpose. — Aiding old persons of both sexes 
belonging to Dundee and neighbourhood. Trustees, J. W. Shepherd, David \ 
Low Carmichael, John Henderson. Factors, Shi ell & Small, 5 Bank street. 

Symees' Fund fob Indigent Females— 1878.— The interest of £11,000 
applied for the benefit of infirm and indigent females of respectable 
character, resident in the town and parish of Dundee, including Lochee and 
Broughty Ferry. Patrons, Lord Provost, Sheriff-Substitute of Forfarsbire 
resident in Dundee, Lord Dean of Guild, and First and Second Bailies. 
Factor, John M. Soutar, 31 Reform street. 

Thomas Smith Thomson's. — A number of old men receive £5 yearly. 
The capital is £670. Patrons, the Kirk-Session. Factor, Charles Soutar, 11 
Whitehall street. 

Websteb and Davidson Mortification fob the Blind. — The interest 
of about £17,000 applied in annuities to blind men and women, and in 
educating blind boys and girls. Patrons, the Lord Provost, Sheriff Sub- 
stitute, Parish Minister of Dundee, Lord Dean of Guild, Convener of Nine 
Trades, President of Blind Institution, and three Governors elected annually. 
Factor, James A. Graham, 2 Union street. 

HOLIDAYS, FESTIVALS, and TERMS. 

Public Holidays. — New Year's Day, Second Mondaj' of April and First 
Monday of October, Victoria Day and King's Birthday (18th May) ; Summer 
Holidays, beginning fourth Mondav of July. 

Bank Holidays.— New Year's Day, Good Friday (25th March 1921), first 
Mondays in May and August, Christmas Day. 

Trades Holidays.— Engineers, second Saturday of June ; Builders, last 
Saturday of August. 

Quarterly Terms.— Candlemas, 2nd February ; Whitsunday, 15th May ; 
Lammas, 1st August ; Martinmas, 11th November. 

English Quarter Days.— Lady Day, 25th March ; Midsummer, 24th June ; 
Michaelmas, 29th September; Christmas, 25th December. 

Shops Weekly Half-Holiday. — See page 60. 

Movable and Other Festivals, &c, for 1920-1921. — 

1920. 
July 1— Dominion Day 
Oct. 31 — Hallowe'en 
Nov. 28 — Advent Sunday 
Nov. 30— St Andrew's Day 
Dec. 25 — Christmas Day 

1921. 
Jan. 1 — New Year's Day 
Jan. 6 — Epiphany 
Jan. 23— Septuagesima Sunday 
Feb. 9 — Ash Wednesday 



1921 


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Feb, 


14- 


-St Valentine's Day 


Mar. 


17- 


-St Patrick's Day 


Mar. 


20- 


-Palm Sunday 


Mar. 


25- 


-Good Friday 


Mar. 


27- 


-Easter Sunday 


April 


19- 


-Primrose Day 


May 


5- 


-Ascension Dav 


May 


15- 


-Pentecost — Whitsunday 


May 


22- 


-Trinity Sunday 


May 


24- 


-Empire Day 


May 


26- 


-Corpus Christi 



( H3 ) 
MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

NEWSPAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS.— 
Daily— Dundee Advertiser, 7 to 25 Bank street. — Id. 
,, ' —Dundee Courier, Courier place, Albert square.— Id. 
,, —Evening Telegraph and Post, Courier place, Albert square. — Id. 
Weekly— Broughty Ferry Guide and Carnoustie Gazette, 248 Brook 
street, Broughty Ferry.— (Friday) Id. 
,, — Dundee Catholic Herald, 82 Bell street.— (Friday) 2d. 
,, — Dundee Prices Current and Trade Report, 12 Panmure street. 

— (Wednesday) £2 10s per annum. 
,, — Dundee Weekly News, Courier place, Albert sq. — (Friday) l£d. 
,, — Girls' Weekly, Courier place, Albert square. — (Tuesday) 2d. 
„ — Happy Home, 7 to 25 Bank street.— (Tuesday) 2d. 
,, — Home Weekly, Courier place, Albert square. — (Thursday) 2d. 
,, — My Weekly, 7 to 25 Bank street. — (Tuesday) 2d. 
,, — People's Friend, 7 to 25 Bank street. — (Friday) 2d. 
,, —People's Journal, 7 to 25 Bank street. — (Saturday) l^d. 
,, — Red Letter, Courier place, Albert square. — (Wednesday) 2d. 
,, — Saturday Post, Courier place, Albert square.— (Saturday) Id. 
,, — Scottish Prohibitionist, 6 St Andrew's street.— (Saturday) Id. 
,, —Sunday Post, Courier place, Albert square. — (Sunday) l^d. 
„ — Topical Times, Courier place. Albert square.— (Tuesday) 2d. 
„ — Weekly Companion, Courier place, Albert square. — (Tuesday) 2d. 
,, — Weekly Welcome, Courier place, Albert square. — (Thursday) 2d. 
Fortnightly— Le'ng's Handy Books.— 3d. 

, , — " People's Friend " Library. — 6d. 
,, —White Heather Novels, — 4d. 
Monthly— A.B.G. Railway Time Tables, 17 North Tay street.— 2d. 

,, — Dundee Jute and Flax Workers' Guide, 37 High street. — |d. 
,, — Dundee Railway Time Tables, 31 Castle street. — 3d. 
Annually— Dundee Directory, 11 to 15 Cowgate. — 7s Gd. 

NATIONAL UNION OF JOURNALISTS, Dundee Branch.— President, 
Frank Gray, Vice-President, J. F. Mylie ; Treasurer, S. Gibson ; Secretary; 
W. Anderson, 11 Whitehall street. 

INSTITUTE OF JOURNALISTS, Local Office-bearers. — Chairman, 
George Scrymgeour ; Hon. Treasurer and Secretary, Thomas Ogilvy, 27 Bal- 
dovan terrace. 

NEWSPAPER PRESS FUND.— Local Chairman, Alexander Urquhart ; 
Hon. Secretarv, II. T. Templeton, Courier office. 

CLUBS- 
Cosmopolitan Club, 7 Ward road. — Secretary, T. H. Kerr, 3 Royal 
Exchange court. 

Eastern Club, 3 Albert square. — Manageress, Miss Miller. 

New and Angus Club, 138 Nethergate— Clubmaster, Alex. Anderson. 

Western Club, 1 New Inn entry, High street. — Secretary, David H. 
Pryde ; Clubmaster, David C. Fairweather. 

DUNDEE BUSINESS CLUB.— Chairman, W. S. Draffen ; Vice -Chairmen, 
D. M. Brown, Thomas Shaw, W. Campbell Scarlett, T. M. Watson; 
Hon. Treas., Chas. Stewart ; Hon. Secy., J. Leslie Shepherd, 59 Clepington rd. 

DUNDEE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.— President, James Beats ; 
^ice-Presidents, Donald C. Hutcheson, Alexander Macrae, William F. Hill, 
Alexander Duncan, John Machar ; Treasurer, William Robertson ; Secretary, 
John Campbell, 1 St Peter street. 

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114 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

WORKING MEN'S GARDENS.— 

Ancrum Road Garden Allotment Association. — President, William 
Rieby ; Vice-President, David Slidders ; Secretary and Treasurer, Alexander 
Easton, Erin place, Logie street, Lochee. 

Clepington Working Men's Gardens Association, Arklay street. — 
President, Alexander Strachan ; Treasurer, David Guild ; Secretary, George 
Fearns, 3 Roslin terrace. 

Gardner Street Garden Allotment Association. — President, D. P. 
Small ; Vice-President, Charles Boath ; Secretary and Treasurer, W. B. i 
Wilson, 20 Gardner street. 

Kinnaird Garden Allotment Association, Hospital wynd.— President,' 
Peter Mennie ; Vice-President, Alexander Nicol ; Treasurer, David Mather ; 
Secretary, Alexander Soutar, 41 Hill street. 

Stirling Park, Downpield, Clepington, and District Horticultural 
Society. — President, Findlay Lesslie ; Vice-President, David Davidson ; 
Treasurer, John Dargie ; Secretary, Geo. Fearns, 3 Roslin terrace. 

Stirling Park Garden Allotment Association.— President, Harry 
Petrie ; Treasurer, Alex. Auchterlonie ; Ground Officer, Andrew Murray ; 
Secretary, Thomas Smith, 4 Kinnaird street. 

Vegetable Allotment Gardens.— See page 49. 

EAST OF SCOTLAND BEE-KEEPERS' ASSOCIATION— Chairman 
of Council, John Robertson ; Hon. Treasurer, G. K. Riddell ; Hon. Secre- 
tary, Colin M. Fulton, 23 American Muir road, Downfield. 

LAWN TENNIS CLUBS.— 

Downpield, Camperdown road, Downfield. — Hon. Secretary, J. S. Stiven, 
Ruscot, Burn street, Downfield. 

Lochee, Wellburn street. — President, J. G. Moncrieff ; Vice-President, 
A. F. Stark ; Secretary and Treasurer, J. Mitchell, 17 Constitution street. 

Stobsmuir, Forfar road. — President, Bailie Macdonald ; Vice-Presidents, 
Mrs M'Kenzie, Charles Stewart; Treasurer, Miss B. C. Britnell; Secretaries, 
Miss M. Winter, 309 Clepington rd. , and Mr D. Pennycook, 147 Clepington rd. 

West End, Shaftesbury road. — Hon. President, George Draff en ; 
President, J. Govan Bruce ; Vice-President, F. J. Sturrock ; Hon. Secretary, 
J. Tawse Brown, 47 Perth road ; Hon. Treasurer, Earl D. Nicoll, 6 Panmure 
street. 

Midland Counties Lawn Tennis Club Association. — President, William 
Mackechnie ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, L. I. Collins, Shaftesbury 
house, Hyndford street. 

GOLF CLUBS. - 

Advertiser. — Captain, J. S. Milne ; Vice-Captain, R. Paton ; Secretary 
and Treasurer, J. P. Inglis, Advertiser Office. 

Broughty Ladies. — President, Miss Spalding; Vice-President, Mrs Ander 
son ; Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs Macdonald, 2 Castle terrace, Broughty 
Ferry. 

Courier and Electric. — Captain, J. M. D. Ritchie ; Vice-Captain, J. 
Rutherford ; Secretary, S. M. Thorns, 32 Wellington street. 

Liberal Association. — Captain, C. L. L. Rea ; Vice-Captain, Josepl: 
Philip ; Secretary and Treasurer, William Smith, 51 Reform street. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 115 

BOWLING CLUBS.— 

Balgay, AVestpark road. — President, William Pringle ; Vice-President, A. 
N. Anderson ; Treasurer, John 0. Scott ; Secretary, James M. Fergusson, 2 
Hyndford terrace. 

Barrack Park. — Secretary and Treasurer, John Campbell, 61 Lochee rd 

Baxter Park. — President, John Welsh; Vice-President, Hugh Gunn ; 
Treasurer, William Cadenhead ; Secretary, David R. Pattison, 6 Cardean st. 

Blackness, Victoria Park. — President, Andrew Stark ; Vice-President, 
James Hogg ; Secretary and Treasurer, David Anderson, 64 Peddie street ; 
Match Secretary, Alex. Fleming, 13 Cleghorn street. 

Broughty, Albert road, West Ferry. — President, George Mitchell ; Vice- 
President, J. B. Archer ; Treasurer, John Philip ; Match Secretary, A. L. 
Galloway, 1 Hill terrace, Broughty Ferry ; Secretary, D. A. Cumming, 
1 Grove road, Broughty Ferry. 

Broughty Castle, King street, Broughty Ferry. — President, George 
Gray ; Vice-President. Wm. C. Home ; Secretary and Treasurer, John 
Paul, 124 Gray street, Broughty Ferry. 

Camperdown, Lochee Park. — President, James Clark; Vice-President, 
Peter Malloy ; Treasurer, T. Watson ; Secretary, Edward Cartwright, 8 
Marshall street, Lochee. 

Craigie, Dalkeith road. — Secretary, James M'Laren, 24 Baxter Park ter. 

Dudhope, Adelaide place. — President, W. W. Halley ; Vice-President, 
David T. Dewar ; Secretary, Charles J. Mitchell, 18 Airlie place. 

Fairfield, Fairmuir road. — President, T. S. Stout, Vice-President, J. 
S. Hood ; Treasurer, W. J. Laurence; Secy., W. C. Smith, 2 Baltic bldgs. 

Fairmuir, Fairmuir green. — President, A. Small ; Vice-President, C. 
Bonar ; Secretary and Treasurer, J. Ogg, 8 Clepington street. 

Hillcrest, Blackness road. — President, R. Anderson; Treasurer, Robert 
Lyall ; Secretary, John Leuchars, 49 Milnbank road. 

Lochee, Ancrum road. — President, Robert Martin ; Vice-President, David 
Brydie ; Treasurer, D. Henderson ; Secretary, D. Allan, 19 Loons road ; 
Match Secretary, Alex. Walker, 1 St Mary's terrace. 

Maryfield, Madeira street. — President, David Mathers ; Vice-President, 
John L. Robertson ; Treasurer, A. J. Clarke ; Match Secretary, Charles 
Mollison, 16 Baxter Park terrace ; Secretary, A. M. Laird, 6 Baxter Park ter. 

Orchar Park. — President, William Anderson ; Vice-Presidents, F. L. 
M 'Grady, James B. Archer, David Hynd, James Gillies, Herbert Dainty ; 
Secretary and Treasurer, William Ogilvie, Edenbain place, Broughty Ferry. 

West End, Magdalen green. — President, C. Cathro ; Vice-President, H. 
Connacher ; Treasurer, J. Brand ; Secretary, George Carrie, 22 Union place. 

Bowling Association (for the Counties of Forfar, Perth, and Fife). — 
President, George Cooper (Invergowrie) ; Vice-President, A. B. Scott 
Wormit) ; Secretary and Treasurer, Charles Mollison (Maryfield), 16 Baxter 
Park terrace. 

Dundee Public Clubs' Bowling League. — President, A. H. Dyer 
Camperdown) ; Vice-President, William Hill (Fairmuir) ; Secretary and 
Treasurer, C. Bonar, 109 Clepington road. 

BROUGHTY FERRY GAMES CLUB (Lawn Tennis, Croquet, Hockey), 
. Grounds, Fin try place, Forthill road, Broughty Ferry. — Hon. Secretary, 
» se ™ V. C. Halley, 1 Wallace street ; Treasurer, R. C. Thomson, 11 Reform st. 



116 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

FORFARSHIRE CRICKET CLUB.— Hon. Secretary, B. Luhrs, The 
Elms, Broughty Ferry. 

FOOTBALL CLUBS.— 

Dundee Football Club, Limited. — Directors, John Cameron (Chairman), 
P. T. Jackson (Vice-Chairman), A. Williamson, Wm, Lindsay, R. Patterson, 
N. Drummond Dickson ; Treasurer, W. M'Intosh ; Manager and Secretary, 
A. Macfarlane, 185 Albert street. 

Forfarshire Football Association.— Secretary, George dimming, , 
Panmure street, Brechin. 

Forthill Athletic. — Hon. President, J. F. Munro; Vice-President,/ 
J. Murphy ; Treasurer, William Mudie ; Secretary, D. L. Ellis, Broombank, 
Broughty Ferry. 

Hibernians. — Ground, Tannadice Park ; Secretary and Manager, P. 
Reilly, 55 Perth road. 

Hillcrest Athletic. — Secretary, Norman G. Brown, 262 Blackness road. 

DUNDEE GYMNASIUM.— Trustees, William Hunter, J. Martin White; 
Committee of Management, the Trustees, J. Harriott Bell, William Hunter 
(Convener) ; Secretary and Treasurer, W. M. Burke, City Chamberlain. 

SCOTTISH AMATEUR BOXING, GYMNASTIC, AND WRESTLING 
ASSOCIATION.— Local Representatives, Walter M'Gregor, President ; C. S. 
M'Lean, 44 Hilltown, Hon. Gen. Secretary. 

Dundee and District Clubs Affiliated, with their respective Secretaries- 
Dundee and District Junior Gymnastic Association, Wm. A. Milne, 14 
Wilkie's lane ; Panmure Gymnastic Club, C. S. M'Lean, 44 Hilltown ; Dundee 
Boxing and Wrestling Club, William Thomson, 16 Gardner's lane ; Dundee 
Amateur Gymnastic Society, D. G. Adam, 31 Overgate ; R.N. V.R. Boxing 
and Sporting Club, F. M. Flynn, H.M.S. "Unicorn." 

CYCLISTS' TOURING CLUB— Representative Councillor for Scotland 
(North), and Chief Consul for Aberdeen, Forfar, Kincardine, Perth, Ross- 
shire, Sutherland, and Caithness, Prof. Steggall, Woodend, Perth road. 

DUNDEE MOTOR CYCLING CLUB.— Captain, D. H. Batchelor ; 

Secretary, James Robertson, 12 Victoria chambers. 

AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION AND MOTOR UNION, 12 Victoria 

chambers ; James Robertson, local representative ; h. 119 Nethergate. 

CURLING CLUBS.— 

Baldovan. — President, D. Y. Preston ; Vice-President, John G. Sibbald 
Treas., Lachlan Brown ; Hon. Secy., W. C. Lamb, Burn street, Downfield. 

Broughty, Camphill road. — President, D. C. E. Erskine; Vice-Presidents, 
C. E. Gilroy, James Myles-; Treasurer, R. C. Thomson; Secretary, 

Camperdown Estate, Camperdown. — President, Joseph Murray ; Vice 
President, Alexander Spence ; Secretary and Treasurer, Peter Fisher, Tram 
way Office, Townhouse buildings. 

DUNDEE, Forfar road. — President, A. B. Crichton ; Vice-President, James | 
Ritchie ; Treasurer, John L. Rea ; Secretary, James Ross, 27 Commercial 
street (Telephone No. 333 ; house, N.86). 

West End, Glamis road. — President, William Scott ; Vice-Presidents, 
David Air, jun., H. Giles Walker; Treasurer, W. L. Pattullo ; Secretary, 
John J. Draffen, 19 Clarendon terrace. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 117 

Public Baths.— Swimming, Private (Salt and Fresh Water), also Turkish 
and Russian Baths, West Protection Wall. — The Baths are open daily in 
Summer from 6.30 a.m. till 9 p.m., and in Winter from 7 a.m. till 8 p.m. 
Sundays, 6.30 a.m. till 9 a.m. 

Branch Establishments. — Baths and Washhouses at Guthrie street, 
Constable street, Caldrum street, Miller's wynd, and at High street, Lochee. 
Central Washhouses, Meadows (7 a.m. to 9 p.m. ; Saturdays, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.). 

Superintendent of Baths and Washhouses — Walter M'Gregor. (See Adv.) 

SWIMMING CLUBS with their respective Secretaries.— Arbroath (St 
Ij Thomas), Arthur G. Hogg, 44 Market street ; Arnhall, G. B. Hendry, 70 
Seagate ; Belmont (Ladies Section), Miss Mary M 'Arthur, c/o Central 
Baths ; Belmont, Donald Kidd, 38 Dalkeith road ; Dundee Catholic, J. 
Traynor, 6 Peddie street; Post Office, James S. Durward, G.P.O. ; 
Montrose, J. B. Blair, Cobden street, Montrose ; Victoria and Wallace, 
John Brown, 186 Lochee road ; West End Open Air Bathers, Miss M. B. 
Bates, 10 Blinshall street ; Whitehall, J. J. Geekie, 274 Blackness road ; 
Y.M.C.A., George Christie, 42 Baldovan terrace; Boys' Brigade, H. Lund 
(Convener), 20Forebank road; Keillers', Miss Ella Young, Keillers', Dundee ; 
Dundee High School, J. B. Meiklejohn. 

Midland Counties Amateur Swimming Association. — Secretary and 
Treasurer, Alfred W. Joyce, 12 Castle terrace, Broughty Ferry. 

West End Humane Society. — Secretary and Treasurer, A. C. Sollitt, 
17 Bellefield avenue. 

Ye Amphibious Ancients, Bathing Association, Broughty Ferry.— Chief, 
W. G. Anderson ; Sub-chief, Robert Wilson ; Instructor, James Shaw 
Scribe, William Lindsay, 7 East Kerrington crescent, Barnhill. 

ROYAL LIFE-SAVING SOCIETY. — President, T. Leighton ; Hon. 
Secretary and Treasurer, Alfred W. Joyce, 12 Castle terrace, Broughty 
Ferry. 

DUNDEE CORINTHIAN BOATING CLUB, Headquarters, Dundee 
Boatsheds, Esplanade. — President, J. Davie ; Vice-Presidents, F. R. Blair, 
L. Glass ; Captain, J. C. Sutherland ; Vice-Captain, D. Slidders ; Treasurer, 
3r. A. Henderson ; Secretary, K. C. Bell, 3 South Tay street. 

BROUGHTY FERRY BOATING CLUB.— Headquarters, Grassy Beach, 
West Ferry. — Hon. President, Sir J. Henderson Stewart, Bart. ; Commodore, 
I. Isles Moir; Rear-Commodore, R. B. Hutton; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, 
\.. F. Smith, 16 Renny place, West Ferry. 

ROYAL TAY YACHT CLUB.— Commodore, George S. Lamb ; Vice- 
Jommodore, Sir John Henderson Stewart, Bart ; Rear-Commodore, R. G. 
Todd ; Measurer, William Gauldie ; Secretary and Treasurer, Richard 
irown, 5 Renny place, Broughty Ferry. 

ANGLING CLUBS.— 

Broughty Ferry. —President, James Kydd ; Vice-President, D. Ogilvy ; 
Secy, and Treas., W. R. Campbell, Linton place, Church street, Bro. Ferry. 

Dundee. — President, Dr Jas. S. Y. Rogers; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, 
George B. Black, jun., Mill cottage, Tayport. 

East End. — President, James Irvine ; Vice-President, Keith Barnett ; 
treasurer, J. Boath ; Secretary, John Barnett, 220 Strathmartine road. 

West End. — President, T. G. A. Miller ; Vice-President, D. P. Kidd ; 
Ion. Secretary and Treasurer, Norman Will, 4 India buildings. 



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CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL SOCIETIES.— 

Thk Dundee Amateur Choral Union.— President, John C. Low ; 
Conductor, Charles M. Cowe ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, W. F. Hill, 
42 Barrack street. 

St. Joseph's Catholic Musical Society.— President, J. Donachey; 
Conductor, Ernest D. Jones. 

Dundee Gaelic Musical Association. — President, Colin Macdonald ; 
Conductor, Douglas K. Patrick; Secretary, J. Matheson, 6 Nevill street, 
Downfield. 

Dundee Orchestral Society.— Hon. Treasurer, William Findlay ; Con- 
ductor, A. M. Stoole. 

Dundee Scottish Musical Society.— President, William Scrimgeour; 
Vice-President, Peter Fisher ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, R. Davis, 
2 Wellgate. 

Dundee Select Choir.— Conductor, Henry Marshall; Secretary and 
Treasurer, W. S. Boyle, 2 Park terrace. 

Whitehall Orchestral Society.— Conductor, A. Whitelaw ; Treasurer 
and Secretary, J. Gray, 199 Perth road. 

Dundee Bellringers' Association, Old Steeple. — Secretary, John A. 
Smith, 3 Sibbald street. 

INSTRUMENTAL BANDS.— 

Camperdown (317) Masonic Lodge Band. — Pipe-Major, Alexander Kay, 
174 Seagate. 

Caledonian Pipe Band.— Secretary, William Low, 29 Stirling street. 

Dundee Professional Military Band. — Conductor, John D. M'Pher- 
son, 37 Union street ; Secretary and Treasurer, John Carrie, 2 Smith street. 

Dundee Trades (Late Instrumental) Band. — Bandmaster, A. J. 
Paterson, 62 Seagate ; Secretary, D. Rollo, 5 Dallfield terrace. 

St Margaret's Old Brass Band. — Practice on Mondays and Thursdays, 
in U.F. Hall, Cobden street, Lochee. Bandmaster, G. F. Miller; Treasurer, 
W. Drummond ; Secretary, John Donaldson, 35 Guthrie street. 

TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC, LONDON, for Musical Education and 
Examination. — Local Committee, T. H. Smith (Chairman), S. C. Hirst, 
A. M. Stoole, James Hinchliffe, A. Low, E. Nicol ; Local Secretary, 
Frederick Gibson, 30 Whitehall street. 

LONDON COLLEGE OF MUSIC— Local Secretary, Mrs William 
Robertson, 58 Wellgate. 

DUNDEE CANINE CLUB. — President, George P. Longair ; Vice- 
President, D. M 'Donald ; Secretary and Treasurer, Forbes Grant, 20 Castle 
street. 

FORFARSHIRE HOMING PIGEON SOCIETY.— President, John R. 
Clark ; Secretary and Treasurer, Hugh T. Bowman, 121 Rosebank street. 

FOREMEN'S MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETY.— District Secretary, 
A Spalding, Roselea, Westfield road, Broughty Ferry. 

DUNDEE CHESS CLUB, Whitehall crescent.— President, Wm. N.Walker; 
Vice-President, H. J. M. Thorns; Hon. Treasurer, D. Spankie, 92 Forfar 
road ; Hon. Secretary, C. B. Heath, Club Rooms. 

LOCHEE UNION WEAVER LODGE, LTD.— Registered office, 5 Taylor 
street, Lochee ; George L. Whitton, Secretary. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 119 

ST ANDREW'S ORDER OF FREE GARDENERS.— 

Sons of Eden. — Labour Hall, alt. Mon. ; A. Mackie, 14 Gardner street. 

BRITISH ORDER ANCIENT FREE GARDENERS.— Lodges and 

Secretaries. 

Pine Apple.— Labour Club, alt. Wed. ; William H. Thomson, 46 North st. 

Broughty Rose. — Fred. Purves, 65 Links cottages, Broughty Ferry. 

Rose of Lebanon. — Gilfillan Memorial Hall, alt. Wed. ; W. R. M'Cash, 
19 Scott street. 

LOCHEE FREE GARDENERS.— Weavers' Hall, Lochee, alt. Monday ; 
David Bell, 59 Logie street, Lochee, Secretary. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS, MANCHESTER UNITY. 

Loyal Bon-Accord and Thistle Lodge. — Masonic Hall, Rankine's court, 
Monday ; David Jack, 41 Benvie road, Secretary. 

CALEDONIAN ORDER OF UNITED ODDFELLOWS.— 
Banks of Tay Lodge. — Operative Hall, alt. Thur. ; William Duncan, 32 
Princes street, Secretary. 

ANCIENT NOBLE ORDER OF UNITED ODDFELLOWS, B.U.— 

Dundee District. — James Carmichael, 13 William street, Secretary. 
| Lodges and Secretaries — 

City of Dundee. — Operative Hall, alt. Mon. ; Daniel Carmichael, 13 
William street. 

Elliot. — Union Hall, alt. Tues. ; James B. M'Leish, 14 Stevenson st., Lochee. 

Kinbrae. — St Andrew's and Chapelshade U.F. Church Hall, alt. Thurs. ; 
Samuel D'All, 190a Strathmartine road. 

LOYAL ORDER OF ANCIENT SHEPHERDS (ASHTON UNITY). — 

Dundee District.— Meets on third Saturdays of February, May, 
and November, at 3 p.m., in Y.M.C.A. Alexander B. Buist, Pro.C.S. ; 
Wm. Cox, Treasurer ; James S. Gibb, 9 Tally street, Secretary. Lodges and 
Secretaries — 

Abertay. — I.O.G.T. Hall, Carnoustie, alt. Mon.; Walter Jones, Dundee 
street, Carnoustie. 

Bonnie Dundee. — Ancient Masonic Hall, alt. Wed. ; Alexander B. Buist, 
12 Garland place. 

Caledonia. — Alt. Wed. ; Miss Elspeth West, 3 Malcolm street 

Crook and Plaid. — Ancient Masonic Hall, alt. Wed. ; Charles Johnston, 
40 Princes street. 

Ettrick. — Unitarian Church Hall, Mid street, alt. Mon. ; R. D. Robertson, 
10 Panmure street. 

Ettrick. — National Insurance Section; John Murray, 10 Panmure street. 

Heather Bell. — Foresters' Hall, alt. Tues. ; George Wilson, 11 Barrack st. 

Hilton.— Dudhope Free Church Hall, alt. Mon.; D. H. Meek, 25 Kinloch st. 

Lome. — Ancient Masonic Hall, alt. Mon. ; Jas. G. Brown, 262 Blackness rd. 

Panmure. — U.F. Hall, Monifieth, alt. Mon. ; W. J. Low, Brook street, 
Monifieth. 

Pride of the Tay.— I.O.G.T. Hall, Broughty Ferry, alt. Wed.; Alexander 
Low, 102 Gray street, Broughty Ferry. 

Robbie Burns.— Unitarian Church Hall, Mid street, alt. Mon. ; James 
Smith, 47 Victoria street. 

Thistle.— Union Hall, Lochee, alt. Mon. ; Frank A. Mitchell, 33 Cleghorn st. 



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MASONIC LODGES.— 

Provincial Grand Lodge of Forfarshire. — A. J. Eamsay, Provincial 
Grand Master ; Jas. O. Guthrie, Substitute Provincial Grand Master ; A. C. 
Anderson, Arbroath, Provincial Grand Secretary; H. Soutar, Montrose, 
Provincial Grand Treasurer. Lodges and Secretaries — 

Albert. — "Weavers' Hall, alt. Thurs. ; Duncan H. Bruce, 24 South rd.,Lochee. 

Ancient. — Ancient Masonic Hall, Tues. ; Dav. P. Paton, 46 Constitution st. 

Broughty Castle. — Masonic Temple, Brook street, Broughty Feiry, 
Thursday ; H. "Walker, 2 Laurel villas, Ramsaypark, Broughty Ferry. 

Caledonian. — Masonic Temple, Wed.; Robt. Pennie, 103 Strathmartine rd. 

Camperdown. — Camperdown Hall, Monday; Jas. Smith, 174 Blackness rd. 

Forfar and Kincardine.— F. & K. Hall, Tuesday ; E. Robertson, 478 Strath- 
martine road. 

Operative. — Masonic Temple, Tuesday; F. Keiller, 139 Clepington road. 

Progress. — Progress Hall, Thursday ; James M. Gordon, 32 Ben vie road. 

St David. — St David's Hall, Tuesday; John Penman, 25 Barrack street. 

St Mary — Masonic Temple, first and third Wednesdays ; Bruce A. Ducat, 
20 Constitution street. 

Thistle Operative. — Thistle Hall, Tuesday; Wm. Watson, 7 Eden street. 
-Ubique. — Masonic Temple, Tuesday ; R. R. Adams, 6 Richmond terrace 

The Masonic Temple (Dundee), Limited. — Directors, David Stewart 
(Chairman), A. B. MacBain, James D. Durkie, W. L. Forrester, Thomas W. 
Bruce, George Petrie, James A. Wilson, Joseph B. M'Gregor; Secretary, 
James Grant, 31 Reform street. Masonic Temple, Shore terrace. 

Camperdown Royal Arch Chapter. — Camperdown Hall, first Wednesday ; 
James Smith, 174 Blackness road. 

St David's Royal Arch Chapter.— St David's Rooms, as occasion requires ; 
Alex. F. Speed, 50 Seafield road. 

Union Royal Arch Chapter. — F. & K. Hall, third Thursday; R. G. 
Sangster, 12 Bellefield avenue. 

Thistle Operative Royal Ai'ch Chapter.— Second Monday ; John Saum, 
95 Peddie street. 

Progress Royal Arch Chapter. — Progress Hall, 73 Murray gate, alternate 
Tuesdays ; George F. Murray, P.Z., 

Broughty Castle Royal Arch Chapter. — Masonic Hall, Brook street, 
Broughty Ferry ; John Paul, 124 Gray street, Broughty Ferry. 

Ancient Royal Arch Chapter. — Ancient Masonic Hall, J. Anderson, 16 
Arthurstone terrace. 

Order of the Eastern Star — Dundee Chapter No. 6.— F. & K. Hall, alt. 
Monday ; Geo. Watt, 248 Clepington road. 

Stella Chapter No. 29. — John Paul, Myrtle cottage, Long lane, Bro. Ferry. 

Red Cross of Rome and Constantine. — Ancient Masonic Hall, third 
Wednesday ; R. D. Lawson Keith, 14 Barrack street. 

Knight Templars. — Preceptory of Tayside. — Operative Masonic Hall, 
monthly ; R. D. Lawson Keith, 14 Barrack street. 

Dundee Burial Society. — Office, 2 Bain square. — Trustees, Wm. 
Hunter, Sir George Ritchie, Neil Macdonald ; President, Joseph E. Ander- 
son ; Secretary, R. Fulton, 48 Albert street ; Treasurer, Wm. Baxter ; Com- 
mittee, Andrew Anderson, David Langlands, David Silvie, Thomas Braid, 
John Leese, James Hunter, James Dryden ; Collectors, David Baxter, John 
Ramage, George Fulton, George Ramsay, David Neave, William Sorlie, 
James Willocks, William Martin, John Chaplain, Walter Wilkie, John Carr. 
(See Adv.) 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 121 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES, Dundee District.— D.C.R., 
Peter Low ; Treasurer, Robert Outhbert ; Secretar} T , William Bisset, 122 
Hawkhill. Office, 32 Bank street. Tents and Secretaries — 

Abertay — Co-Operative Hall, Monifieth, alt. Fri. ; Robert H. Brown, 
3 Reform street, Monifieth. 

Dudhope. — Morison Ohurcb Hall, Guthrie street, alt. Mondays ; Wm, R. 
Ogilvie, 31 Main street. 

Kinbrae. — Just's Hall, Newport, alt. Mon. ; Robert Cuthbert, The Terrace, 
West Newport. 

Lawside. — Isla Street Hall, alt. Mon.; Patrick Dobson, 3 Strathmartine rd. 

Lochee. — Victoria Hall, Lochee, alt. Tues. ; Peter Low, 3 Kilberry street, 
Lochee. 

Maxwelltown. — Baptist Hall, Jamaica street, alt. Tues. ; John Robertson, 
1 7 Brown Constable street. 

Onward.— Hawkhill Baptist Church Hall, alt. Mon.; William Allan, 42 St 
Mary's place. 

Reresmount. — Good Templar Hall, B rough ty Ferry, alt. Thursdays ; J. 
Baxter Murray, Oswald place, Broughty Ferry. 

Scotia. — St Andrew's U.F. Church Hall, alt. Tuesdays; Alexander Reid, 
33 Lyon street. 

Scotland's First. — Foresters' Hall, alt. Mon. ; Wm. Coupar, 6 Forfar road. 

Scotscraig. — Templar Hall, Tayport, alt. Mon. ; Arthur E. Black, Elizabeth 
street, Tayport. 

Victoria. — Logie Hall, alt. Thur. ; John Kerr, 52 Ann street. 

Woodlands. — Exchange Hall, Midmill,.alt. Fri.; David Scrimgeour, Mid- 
mill, by Dundee. 

Juvenile Tents. — 

Brooklea. — Good Templar Hall, Broughty Ferry, alt. Thursday. 

Eastern Star. — Mission Hall, Baffin street. 

Excelsior. — East U.F. Hall, Lochee, alt. Tuesday. 

Forward. — Isla Street Hall, alt. Monday. 

Cowrie. — Parish Church Hall, Invergowrie, alt. Friday. 

Hope of Abertay. — Co-operative Hall, Monifieth, alt. Friday. 

Hope of Newport. — Just's Hall, West Newport, alt. Monday. 

Hope of Wallacetown. — Wallacetown Church Hall, alt. Thursday. 

Isla. — Logie Hall, Scott street, alt. Thursday. 

Parkhead. — Parkhead Hall, Midmill, by Dundee, alt. Friday. 

Perseverance. — Hawkhill Baptist Church Hall, alt. Monday. 

Pride of Dundee. — Baptist Church Hall, Jamaica street, alt. Tuesday. 

Sunbeam. — St Andrew's U.F. Church Hall, alt. Tuesday. 

Tayside. — Temperance Hall, Tayport, alt. Monday. 

Upward. — Isla Street Hall, alt. Monday. 

Victory. — Public Hall, Downfield, alt. Tuesday. 

Welcome. — Morison Church Hall, Guthrie street, third Wednesday. 

The Dundee District also comprises Tents in Arbroath, Montrose, Ferryden, 
Brechin, Kirriemuir, Coupar- Angus. 

THE DUNDEE WORKING MEN'S COFFEE-HOUSES AND READING 
ROOMS ASSOCIATION.— Directors, John Nicoll, T. S. Robertson, Principal 
Mackay, J. A. Kyd, John E. MTntyre. Secretary and Treasurer, John E. 
M'Intyre, 29 Commercial street. 

LOCHEE FUNERAL SOCIETY.— President, James Webster; Treasurer, 
George Sturrock ; Secretary, Alexander Reid, 176 South road, Lochee. 

DUNDEE CEMETERY CO., Ltd.— Directors, Henry A. Pattullo, David 
Pirie, F. J. Robertson, Norman A. Pattullo, Patrick H. Thorns ; Superin- 
tendent, Secretary, and Treasurer, H. Robertson, Western Cemetery, Perth rd. 



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SONS OF TEMPERANCE.— Meets in Dundonald Street Hall, alternate 
Tuesday ; "Win. Tasker, 75 Sandeman street, Secretary. 

GOOD TEMPLAR LODGES IN DUNDEE DISTRICT WITH DEPUTIES. 

— District Deputy, John Campbell ; District Chief Templar, C. G. 
M'Kenzie ; District Secretary, Mrs R. Simmons, 22 Bellfield street. District 
Lodge meets third Friday of each month. 



MONDAY. 

Trinity Hall ; D. M. Watson, 76 Victoria road 
Wellbank ; J. Stewart, Wellbank, by Dundee 
Princes Street Hall ; George H. Potts, 4 Dalkeith road. 

TUESDAY. 

Operative Masonic Hall ; Alex. Anderson, 72 Princes st. 
Camperdown Hall ; A. M. Miller, 312 Perth road 
I.O.G.T. Hall, B.F. ; James Peebles, 79 Fort street, B.F. 
Princes Street Hall ; John Campbell, 45 Foundry lane 
Conservative Rooms, Rosebank street ; Sis. L. Edwards, 

50 N. Ellen street 
St Andrew's U.F. Church Hall; D. Miller, 57^ Perth rd. 
Tayport Temp. Hall ; R. Adam, Comely bank, Tayport 

WEDNESDAY. 

Foresters' Hall ; Bro. Birse, 16 Annfield street 

Lochee Road U. F. Hall ; B. Methven, 15 Logie st. , Lochee 

THURSDAY. 

Brown Street Hall ; David Chaplin, 11 Cochrane street 
U.F. Church Hall ; Sis. Caithness, Dalhousiest., Monifieth 
Dundonald Street Hall ; David R. Cunnison, 49 Dens rd. 

SATURDAY. 

Camperdown Hall ; A. Louden, 2 Gowrie place 
Caledonian Hall; A. Forsyth, 25 Kinloch street 



Pioneer of Peace, 
Star of Hope, 
Temperance Home, 

Caledonian, 
Dundee, ... 
Fisherman's Rescue. 
Home of Peace, ... 
Perseverance, 

St John's, ... 
Star of Hope, 

Commercial, 
Homcjield, 

Excelsior, 

Monifieth, 
Rescue, 

Ark of Safety, 
Tap side, 

Juvenile Lodges.- 
City Pioneer, . . . 
Broughty Ferry, 
Caledonian, 
City of Dundee, 
Dawn of Scotscrauj, 
Home of Peace, 
Perseverance, ... 

Rescue, 

Commercial Hope, 

Pride of Lochee, 

Temperance Home, 

Excelsior, 

Fear Not, 

Ark of Safety, 

Tayside, 

ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS (BOARD OF ERIN).— Meets 
every alternate Sunday. President, Joseph Creegan ; Vice-President, John 
M'Queen ; Treasurer, Frank Traynor ; Secretary, John Welsh, 116 Rose- 
bank street. 

UNITED IRISH LEAGUE OF GREAT BRITAIN, Dundee Branch.— 
Bernard M'Laughlin, 14 Stirling street, Secy.^ 



Monday 7 p.m. 

Tuesday ,, 

,, 6.45 P.M. 
„ 7 p.m. 

Thursday ,, 
Wednesday ,, 

\\ 6.45 p.m. 
Thursday 7 P.M. 

,,6.50 p.m. 

Saturday 7 p.m. 

6 p.m. 



Trinity C.U. Ch. Hall, Victoria rd. 
(Temporarily closed) 
Operative Masonic Hall, 43 O vergate 
St Andrew's U.F. Church Hall 
Tayport Temperance Hall 
Princes Street Hall, 157 Princes st. 
Conservative Rooms, Rosebank st. 
Dundonald Street Hall 
Foresters' Hall, Rattray street 
Lochee Road U.F. Church Hall 
Princes Street C.U. Hall 
Brown Street Hall 
South U.F. Ch. Hall, Monifieth 
Camperdown Hall, Barrack street 
Caledonian Hall, Murraygate 



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IRISH NATIONAL FORESTERS, Branch- 
William O'Brien.— Hall, 30 Forebank road, Sunday ; B. M'Laughlin, 14 
Stirling street, Secretary. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS, Dundee District.— Delegate Meet- 
ings on third Saturdays of April and October. Wm. W. Young, D.C.R. ; 
Robert Rae, D.S.C.R. ; William Boath, Treasurer ; James M'Laren, 1 Rattray 
street, Secretary. Courts and Secretaries — 

Admiral Duncan.— Foresters' Hall, alt. Thurs. ; Charles Ritchie, 17 Con- 
stitution street. 

Dalhousie. — I.O.G.T. Hall, Carnoustie, alt. Monday; R. Thomson, Inch- 
capeview, Carnoustie. 

Dundee. — Foresters' Hall, alt. Thurs. ; H. W. Brown, 40 Cleghorn street. 

Elmwood. — Union Hall, alt. Tues. ; Thomas W. Hutton, 57 Cleghorn st. 

Mansfield.— Temperance Hall, Tayport, alt. Thurs.; W. Erskine, Tayport. 

Robin Hood. — Foresters' Hall, alt. Tuesday ; William Lindsay, 13 Baxter 
Park terrace. 

Royal Oak.— 40 Union street, Broughty Ferry, alt. Wed.; R. H. Smith, 293 
Brook street, Broughty Ferry. 

Strathtay (Females). — Foresters' Hall, alt. Monday; H. W. Brown, 40 
Cleghorn street. 

University. — Foresters' Hall, alt. Tues.; John S. Martin, 11 Rosebery street. 

Sanitary Protection Association, Branch Office, 32 Castle street. 
— Resident Engineer, George Tudhope; Local Secretary, David Blackadder. 
(See Adv.) 

BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch.— President, Dr 
M'Farlane ; Hon. Treasurer, Mr Robertson ; Hon. Secretaries, Dr Buist, 166 
Nethergate, and Dr G. H. S. Milln, 19 Windsor street. 

FORFARSHIRE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.— President, Dr J. Mackie 
Whyte ; Vice-Presidents, Dr W. E. Foggie, Dr A. D. Yule (Arbroath) ; Trea- 
surer, Mr Price ; Reporting Secretary, Dr F. Milne ; General Secretary, 
Dr Charles Kerr, 10 William street. 

National Health Insurance, Local Medical and Panel Committee. — 
Dr C. S. Young (Chairman), Dr R. C. Buist, Dr Horace C. Colman, 
Dr Kerr, Dr Kinnear, Dr M 'Vicar, Dr George Miller, Dr Rogers, Dr Martin 
Smith, Dr Tulloch, Dr Rorie, Dr William Gorrie, Dr Malcolm ; Secretary, 
Dr Jessie J. Thom, 335 Clepington road. 

COLLEGE OF NURSING, LTD., Dundee and District Centre.— Local 
Representative, Miss Pegg ; President, Mrs J. C. Buist ; Treasurer, Mrs 
Kidd ; Secretary, Miss Clark, Kingscross Hospital. 

Rest Cottage for Nurses, Bourtreebank, Carnoustie. 

SCOTTISH MID WIVES' ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch. -Hon. Presi- 
dent, Prof. Kynoch ; President, Dr Burgess ; Vice-Presidents, Dr Margaret 
Fairlie, Mrs Macdonald ; Secretary and Treasurer, Miss Black, 23 Victoria rd. 

SCOTTISH PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch.— 
President, Charles Stephen ; Vice-President, J. R. Milne ; Secretary and 
Treasurer, J. Duff, 31 Strathmartine road. 

National Health Insurance, Dundee Pharmaceutical Committee. — C. 
Stephen (Chairman), J. H. Thomson, John Anderson, sen., L. P. Michie, 
Charles Young, J. Ferrier ; Hon. Secretary, J. R. Milne, 126 Hilltown. 

NATIONAL DENTAL ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch.— Chairman, 
William M'Vey ; Vice-Chairman, J. Laurie; Secy., T. Laverock, 16 Bank 
street. 



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TRADES SOCIETIES.— Addresses of Secretaries : 



Bakers — David H. Campbell, 21 Lorimer st. 
Blacksmiths— David Morris, 72 Arklay st. 
Blind, National League of — Mrs Marshall, 

32 Step row 

Boilermakers — A. Croll, 34 Watson street 

„ 2nd Bran.— P. Sydie, 9 Ogilvie street 

Bookbinders — Wm. Robertson, 3 Balmore st. 

Boot and Shoe Operatives Alex. Brown, 

41 Baldovan terrace 
Brassf'ders— G. G. Wanless, loCardean st. 
Bricklayers— J. Spragg, 5 Baxter terrace, 

Carnoustie ' 
Brushmakers — T. J. Stepto, Lyell place, 

Broughty Ferry 
Calenderworkers— James Cunningham, 8 

Overgate 
Carpetweavers — David Ferguson, 7 Forest 

Park road 
Clerks (Nat. Union) — W. Davie, Roslyn 

cottage, Castle street, Broughty Ferry 
Clerks (Scottish)— David Blackadder, 32 

Castle street 
Coachmakers— Thos. Braid, 29 St Peter st. 
Commercial Travellers — A. E. Salton, 3 

Hartington place, Broughty Ferry 
Coopers — James Robertson, 46 Hilltown 
Curriers -C. Gellatly, 19 Dallfield terrace 
Dockers— John Walker, 29 Dock street 
Drillers— J. Hill, 11 Robertson street 
Electrical Trades Union — No. 1 Branch — 

W. S. Carr, 26 Tannadice street 
,, 2nd Bran.— R. M'Donald, 27 Lyon st. 
Electrotypers andStereotypers— J. Smart, 

295 Hilltown 
Engineers — S. Davidson, 34 James st. 
,, 2nd Bran.— George T. Stewart, 14a 

Flenchar street 
,, 3d Bran.— John R. M. Strachan, 7a 

Ogilvie street 
,, 4th Bran.— W. H. Mackay, 13 Ellen st. 
„ 5th Bran.— Ben Ogilvie, 27 Baxter Park 

terrace 
,, Lochee— Peter M'Farlane, 1 Kilberry st. 
,, District Committee— Wm. Clarke, 247 

Blackness road 
Engineering and Shipbuilding Federation 

— Sturrock Ross, 5 Mollison street 
Furnishing Trades — John Winton, 56 

Main street 
General Workers — A. Donnet, 6 Panmure st. 
Glaziers— D. Brough, 26 Bell Street lane 
Grinders' Union— Alex. Moon, 10 Tay sq. 
Horse and Motor Men (North of Scotland)— 

Peter Gillespie, 27 Bank street 
Horse and Motor Men (Scottish)— James 

Wilson, 85 Liff road, Lochee 
Horticultural Workers — A. Wallace, 20 

M'Lean street, Downfield 
Insurance Agents -T. S. Howie, 10 Brown 

Constable street 
Iron Dressers— W. Rae, 29 Hill street 
Ironmoulders— David Crabb, 41 Lyon st. 
Joiners (Amal.)— Wm. Gold, 27 Provost rd. 



Joiners 2nd Bran. — John Harra, 20 Parkav. 
,, 3rd Bran.— R. White, 40 Provost road 
,, B.FerryBran.— J.Dand,8Derbypl.,B.F. 
,, Lochee Bran. — David Chalmers, 37 

Strathmartine road, Dundee. 
,, Management Com. — D. Silvie, 6 Eliza st. 

Jute and Flax Workers— John F. Sime, 
37 High street 

Lithographers— Skelton M. Christie, 2 
Forester street 

Litho. Artists and Designers — W. Gill, 249 
Hawkhill 

Loco. Engineers and Firemen — John Max- 
well, Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 

Machineworkers— S. A. Ross, 4 Molison st. 

Masons — Alexander Aimer, 23Dudhope st. 

Mill and Factory Allied Trades — G. Living- 
stone, 33 Church street 

Mill and Factory Operatives — Miss M. 
Smeaton, 2 Ireland's lane 

Musicians— W. Millar, 5S Polepark road 

Packingcasemakers — W. Carmichael, 1 
Abbotsford place, Peddie street 

Painters — J. Kenneth, 14 New Inn entry 

Patternmakers— Walt. Scott, 58 Peddie st. 

Paviors — T. Mulreany, 7 Lyon street 

Plasterers — J. Ovenstone, 47 Hospital wynd 

Plumbers— Samuel M'Gregor, 17 School 
road, Downfield 

Postal Workers— Postal Branch — A. Jack, 
Postal Staff. 
Telegraph Branch — D. 
M'Lean, 51 Blackness rd. 

Printers' Assistants — Alfred Brown, 20 
Forebank road 

Printing and Kindred Trades Federation— 
J. Melville, 60 Magdalen Yard road 

Railwaymen— T. Stewart, 19 Step row 

Railway Clerks— G. Gillies, 61| Perth road 

Saddlers and Leather Workers— David 
Anderson, 28 Dura street 

Sailmakers— D. Howie, 12 St Peter street 

Seamen and Firemen — Charles Kinnear, 
14 Gellatly street 

Sheet Metal Wkrs.— A . Scott, 1 Malcolm st. 

Shipwrights— D. Robertson, 52 Watson st. 

Shop Assistants— Roy F. Butchart, 26 
Commercial street 

Slaters— K. Macleod, 386 Brook street, B. F. 

Smiths and Strikers— R. Norrie, 12 Watt st. 

Steel Smelters— D. P. M'Laren, 42 Lily- 
bank road 

Tailors (Amal. )— T. M'Burney, 5 Balfour st, 
,, (Scot.)— T. Macdonald, 44 High st. 

Tenters — Peter M'Gregor, 11 Rosefield st. 

Theatrical Employees— Thomas Phillips, 
12 Parker street 

Tramwaymen— J. Smart, 46Highst.,L'hee 

Typographical— John M. Spink, 49 Dens rd. 

Vehicle Workers— Joseph Smart, 46 High 
street, Lochee 

Woodcutting Machinists— James F. Reilly, 
17 Mortimer street 



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TRADES AND FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA 
TION. — President, J. M. Herbert ; Vice-President, J. Duncan ; Treasurer, 
Alexander Aimer ; Secretary, D. M. Reid, 29 Murra} r gate. 

TRADES AND LABOUR PARTY.— Chairman, Thomas Stewart; 
Treas., Peter Thorns; Secy., John Ogilvie, Labour Club, 43 Murraygate. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Royal Exchange, Panmure street ; Office, 
3 Bank street. — President, W. Norman Boase ; Vice-President, Joseph 
Philip ; Ex-President, J. Ernest Cox ; Directors, J. S. Fairweather, David 
Pirie, James Shand, "William Cleghom, James Pram, jun., D. M. Brown, 
Charles Maitland, L. G. Macintyre, W. F. Soutar (representing Dundee 
Fibre Brokers' Association), Chas. Macdonald (representing Dundee Jute 
and Linen Goods Merchants' Association), T. H. H. Walker-(representing 
Jute Importers 1 Mutual Protection Association, Ltd.), William Parker (repre- 
senting Dundee Association of Engineers and Ironfounclers), Grant Barclay 
(representing Dundee Shipbuilders' Association), "William Boyd (representing 
Produce Section), R. H. Adamson (representing Scottish Flaxspinners' and 
Manufacturers' Association), Robert Ritchie (representing Dundee Ship- 
owners' and Shipbrokers' Association). Auditors, Moody Stuart & Robertson % 
Officers, David Ogilvy and John Allan. 

ASSOCIATION OF JUTE SPINNERS AND MANUFACTUREBS.— 
Chairman, "William Henderson ; Vice-Chairman, J. C. Buist ; Secretary, 
Frank S. Cathro, 1 Royal Exchange place. 

THE JUTE IMPORTERS' MUTUAL PROTECTION ASSOCIATION, 
Limited. — Office, 12 Panmure street ; Chairman, J. Ernest Cox; Secretary, 
James L. Peter. 

DUNDEE JUTE AND LINEN GOODS MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION. 
— Chairman, Charles Macdonald; Secretary, George R. Donald, 3 Bank st. 

DUNDEE FIBRE BROKERS' ASSOCIATION.— Chairman, W. F. 
Soutar ; Secretary George R. Donald, 3 Bank street. 

SCOTTISH FLAXSPINNERS' AND MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIA- 
TION. — Chairman, W. Norman Boase; Secretaries, J. & H. Pattullo & 
Donald, 1 Bank street. 

DUNDEE SHIPBUILDERS' ASSOCIATION.— President, Grant Bar- 
clay; Secretaries, Thos. Thornton, Son, & Co., 15 Albert square. 

DUNDEE ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS AND IRONFOUNDERS. 
— President, James K. Anderson ; Vice-President, "William Parker ; Secre- 
taries, Thos. Thornton, Son, & Co., 15 Albert square. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT GROCERS' ASSOCIATION.— President, 
Alexander A. Leslie ; Vice-President, James Aitken ; Treasurer, John D. 
Brown ; Secretary, James "W. Gray, 66 Hawkhill. 

DUNDEE GROCERS' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— President, David 
Whamond ; Vice-President, John Napier ; Trustees, Joseph Philip, Sir 
George Ritchie, "William Scrimgeour, "William Rettie, James Bates ; Secre- 
tary and Treasurer, H. T. Baxter, 87 Commercial street. 

DUNDEE WINE, SPIRIT, AND BEER TRADE PROTECTION 

ASSOCIATION.— President, Vm. Oram ; Vice-President, George Cuthbert ; 
Treasurer, Robert Brodie ; Secretary, D. R. Roberts ; Law Agent. John M. 
Soutar, 31 Reform street (Telephone No. 1120). 

DUNDEE MEAT MARKET COMPANY, Ltd.— Directors, Allan M. 
Robertson (Chairman), John Gray, Jas. Maiden, Adam Piggot, Jobn A. 
Cordiner, "William Campbell, C. V. Mathiesen ; Secretary, A. "W. Carlisle, 
5-1 Commercial street. 



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DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MASTER BUTCHERS' ASSOCIATION— 
President, A. J. Ferguson ; Vice-President, James Wilson ; Treasurer, Allan 
M. Robertson ; Secretary and Law Agent, James Fenton, 39 Murraygate. 

DUNDEE RETAIL BUTCHERS' ASSOCIATION— President, Allan 
M. Robertson; Secretary, Treasurer, and Law Agent, James Fenton, 39 
Murraygate. 

DUNDEE PRINTING AND KINDRED TRADES EMPLOYERS' 
ASSOCIATION— President, W. Harris, jun. ; Vice-President, James Ross ; 
Secretary, Hubert Carlton, 13a Ward road (Telephone No. 1106). 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MASTER PLUMBERS' ASSOCIATION — 
President, W. A. Nucator ; Vice President, James Mitchell ; Secretary and 
Treasurer, Alexander Y. Adam, 10 Whitehall street. 

NATIONAL REGISTRATION OF PLUMBERS, Local Council.— 
President, Lord Provost Sir William Don ; Vice-Presidents, Peter M'Cabe, Dr 
Lennox; Secy., Treas., and Registrar, A. G. Strachan, Ripplebank, Wormit. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MASTER JOINERS' ASSOCIATION.— 

President, J. B, Shaw; Vice-President, Alexander Oastler ; Secretary and 
Treasurer, Joseph Wilkie, 20 Reform street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MASTER BUILDERS' ASSOCIATION— 

President, D. T. Patterson ; Vice-President, James Robertson ; Secretary 
and Treasurer, Joseph Wilkie, 20 Reform street. 

DUNDEE LANDLORDS' AND HOUSE FACTORS' ASSOCIATION— 

President, Robert Lickley ; Vice-President, A. B. MacBain ; Secretary and 
Treasurer, A. Burns Petrie, 84 Commercial street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MASTER TAILORS' DEFENCE ASSO- 
CIATION? — President, Alexander Tocher ; Vice-President, C. S. Morrison ; 
Secretary and Treasurer, A. Burns Petrie, 84 Commercial street. 

DUNDEE MASTER BAKERS' ASSOCIATION— President, David 
Goodf ellow ; Law Agent, J. Grafton Lawson ; Secretary and Treasurer, 
Robert Burnett, 117 Hilltown. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT RETAIL GARMENT MAKERS' AND 
MILLINERS' ASSOCIATION.— President, John Mackay ; Vice-President, 
Miss Davidson ; Honarary Secretary and Treasurer, A . Burns Petrie, 84 
Commercial street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT DRAPERS', CLOTHIERS', AND ALLIED 
TRADES' ASSOCIATION.— President, D. M. Brown; Vice-President, 
Robert Davis ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, A. Burns Petrie, 84 Com- 
mercial street. 

SCOTTISH FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION, Dun- 
dee and District Branch. — Secretary, D. Clarke, 31 Reform street. 

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF HAIRDRESSERS.— President, R. H. 

Irons; Vice-President, A. B. Fairweather ; Treasurer, A. S. Reid; Secretary, 
A. S. Doig, 7 Charles street. 

SCOTTISH ASSOCIATION OF WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS, 

Dundee Branch.— President, W. S. Kelt ; Vice-President, W. Petrie ; Trea- 
surer, David Harley ; Hon. Secretary, A. Burns Petrie, 84 Commercial street. 
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT OFFICERS, 
Dundee and District Branch. — President, W. H. Blyth Martin ; Chairman 
of Executive Committee, Alexander Buchan ; Secretary, William Aiken, 
Water Engineer's Department. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 127 

STEEPLE CLUB.— President, Miss Mary H. J. Henderson; Chairman, 
Miss Maclntyre ; Committee, Miss Spence Allan, Miss Kynoch, Dr Julia 
Pringle, Miss Pirret, Miss Stephen, Miss Smith, Dr Emily Thomson, Miss 
Scrymgeour-Wedderburn ; Hon. Treasurer, Miss Grace H. Carmichael ; Hon. 
Secretary, Mrs Johnston, Redcroft, Blackness road. 

Dundee and District Co-operative Coal Supply Asso- 
ciation, Ltd. — President, John H. Gardiner ; Secretary and Manager, 
Robert Martin ; Depots, Tay Bridge and Maryfield Stations, and Burnside 
street, Lochee. Office— 13 South Union street. (See Adv.) 

DUNDEE FLOORCLOTH AND LINOLEUM COMPANY, Limited, 
Works and Office, South road, Lochee. — Directors, William Henderson 
(Chairman), Joseph Philip (Deputy-Chairman), D. M. Brown, P. S. Brown ; 
Managing Director and Secretary, Alfred P. Peat. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT LAUNDRY ASSOCIATION. — Secretary 
and Treasurer, Charles Stewart, 2 Union street. 

Dundee Steam Laundry Company, Ltd. — Office, 2 Union 
street ; Works, Tait's lane. Directors— William Hunter, Chairman ; M. S. 
Carr, George Brown ; David Don, Secretary. (See Adv.) 

BROUGHTY FERRY AND DISTRICT STEAM LAUNDRY COM- 
PANY, Limited. — Office, 4 High street ; Works, Claypots, Broughty 
Ferry. Directors — Sir James Low, Bart. (Chairman), James Smith Hood, 
Edward Cowan, Alexander Fraser Innes ; Manageress, Miss Ballantyne ; 
Auditor, J. A. Murdoch ; Secretary, Edward Cowan. 

Tayside Laundry Company, Ltd. — Works, Northfield, Newport 
(Telephone No. 11 N. ). Directors — Simon Forrest (Chairman), Daniel Lawson, 
John T. Young, G. L. Wilson ; Manageress, Miss Reid ; Auditors, Alex. 
Tosh & Son ; Secretaries, Sturrock & Morrison, 10 Whitehall sfc. (See Adv.) 

NATIONAL FARMERS' UNION OF SCOTLAND, Dundee Branch.— 
President, William G. Walker, The Rawes, Longforgan ; Vice-President, 
David Johnston, Leyshade, by Dundee ; Secretary and Treasurer, J. Grafton 
Lawson, 30 Reform street. 

EAST OF SCOTLAND AGRICULTURAL CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, 
LIMITED.— President, J. M. Wilson, Kingennie ; Vice-Presidents, Alex- 
ander Hutcheson (Maggotland, Inchture), Thomas Young (Middleton) ; 
Manager, William Barnett ; Office and Stores, 21 North Tay street. 
Registered Office, 61 Reform street ; Lawrence Melville, Secretary. 

ANGUS AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. -President, D. C. Ruther- 
ford Lindsay Carnegie of Kinblethmont ; Vice-Presidents, Captain J. D. M. 
Guthrie of Guthrie, A. R. Duncan of Parkhill, Colin Grant of Woodside ; 
Committee of Management — (Dundee District) Joseph Murray, Dryburgh, 
and David S. Swan, Grange ; (Montrose District) Major Hew Blair-Imrie of 
Lunan, and W. J. Reid, Fordhouse of Dun ; (Arbroath District) James A. 
Jarron, Rosehill, and J. H. Pattullo, Pitskelly ; (Kirriemuir District) Wm. 
Lindsay, Balintore, and Archibald AVhyte, Inverquharity (Chairman) ; 
(Forfar District) David Maxwell, Ballindarg, and William Nicoll, Carse- 
faank ; (Brechin District) David R. Arnot, Mains, Edzell, and James 
M'Laren, Nether Careston. Secretary, John M. Fairlie, 49 Trades lane 
(Telephone No. 2104; Telegrams, "Agriculture"). 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT DAIRYMEN'S ASSOCIATION.— President, 
George Bathie ; Vice-President, William Mowbray ; Treasurer, Alexander 
Pullar ; Secretary and Law Agent, Boyd M. M'Crae, 104 Commercial street 
(Telephone No. 2173). 



128 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

CARSE OF GOWRIE DAIRY COMPANY, Office, 68 Ward road. - 
Manager and Secretary, James Millar. 

DUNDEE UNIONIST ASSOCIATION.— Provisional Committee— Chair- 
man (acting), Colonel Fergusson ; Committee, Lady Baxter, Mrs W. L. Boase, 
Charles Batchelor, David Bisset, J. C. Buist, G. R. Donald, R. G. Forbes, 
F. B. Graham, Mrs Andrew Hendry, Mrs Himsworth, Miss Kermath, Findlay 
Lesslie, Mrs Morgan, Mrs Ramsay, Miss Agnes Brown Robertson, William 
Rettie, J. G. Shiell, Peter Swan, Mrs J. B. Taylor, J. B. Taylor, T. B. 
Taylor ; Hon. Secretary (acting), Henry S. Glenny, 34 Reform street ; Hon. 
Treasurer (acting), John L. Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 

BROUGHTY FERRY UNIONIST CLUB, Queen Street, Broughty 
Ferry. — President, Peter Swan ; Vice-Presidents, J. P. Bruce, John Taylor ; 
Committee, Grant Barclay, D. H. L. Stewart, Charles Stewart, George 
Mitchell, John Kirk, sen., W. N. Coullie, John B. Whittcn, John Simpson, 
John T. Shield, James Chalmers, R. F. Grant, George Scott ; Steward, W. 
Mepham ; Secretary and Treasurer, A. A. Cooper, 2 Norma ter., Bro. Ferry. 

DUNDEE LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. — Hon. President, Right Hon. 
Winston S. Churchill, M.P. ; Hon. Vice-Presidents, Sir James Low, Bart., 
Mrs Winston S. Churchill, Lady Leng, Mrs Asquith, Mrs James Falconer, 
Lady Low, Sir Charles Barrie, Dr Alex. Campbell, J. R. Christie, A. Bethune 
Duncan, William Low, Alexander Mackay, J. C. Robertson, Robert Steven, 
David Ritchie, Mrs James Thomson, Mrs J. Martin White ; President, 
Sir George Ritchie ; Vice-Presidents, D. M. Brown, Mrs Collie, Mis; Duncan- 
son, John Dye, John Grant, Miss Linn, J. H. Martin, James Mill, Joseph 
Philip, Miss Scotland, James Scott, Mrs G. K. Smith, Professor J. E. A. 
Steggall, Mrs A. M. Strachan, Francis Stevenson ; Representatives to 
Scottish Liberal Federation Executive, Sir George Ritchie, Joseph Philip, 
Mrs Alex. Mackay, Miss Duncanson ; Hon. Secretary, James Allison, 
61 Reform street ; Hon. Treasurer, James I. Mackenzie. 

Club Rooms — 51 Reform street ; 117 High street, Lochee ; and 69 Gray 
street, Broughty Ferry. Organising Secretary, William Smith, 51 Reform st. 

Ward Office-bearers— 

Chairmen. Secretaries. 

1. George K. Smith, 3 Murraygate. William Dunn, Kinbrae, Newport. 

2. William Kennedy, 14 Thomson st. P. M'Naughton, 30 Reform street. 

3. David Neave, 14 Bright st., Lochee. R.K.M'Kenzie,2Whorterbank,L'hee. 

4. W. A. B. Elder, 95 Pitkerro rd. David Bennett, 67 Pitkerro road. 

5. NeilMacdonald, 69Clepingtonrd. David Mathers, 23 Jan efield place 

. 6. Robert Lickley, 2a King street. P. Anderson, 42 Dudhope Crescent rd. 

7. S. G. Fraser, 17 Hospital wynd. D. Carmichael, 30 Reform street. 

8. David Allan, 19 Loons road. Mrs Neill, 11 Balgay avenue. 

9. William Ames, Hazel drive. David Wallace, 22 Peddie street. 

10. John Dye, Elmbank, Bro. Ferry. Miss Murray, Oakgrove, Bro. Ferry. 

11. John Grant, Yewbankav. , B.Ferry. George Gray, lOTayparkpl. , B. Ferry. 
Removals and Out-Voters Committee. — Joint Conveners — Garnet D. 

Wilson, Netherfield, Newport; and Miss Duncanson, 10 Milnbank road. 

LOCHEE LIBERAL ASSOCIATION, Club Rooms, 117 High street, 
Lochee. — Chairman, David Neave; Vice-Chairman, Alexander Beedie ; 
Rooms Committee Chairman, Thomas Watson ; Secretary, R. K. Mackenzie ; 
Caretaker, David Small ; Organising Secretary, William Smith. 

BROUGHTY FERRY LIBERAL ASSOCIATION, Rooms, 69 Gray street. 
— Chairman, John Grant ; Vice-Chairman, David Anderson ; Secretary, 
H. R. M'Kean ; Caretaker, John Fitchet ; Organising Secretary, William 
Smith, 51 Reform street. 



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TARIFF REFORM LEAGUE (Local Branch).— Executive, Wm. Thomson 
(Chairman), Col. Fergusson, Wm. Hunter, John N. Kyd, Principal Mackay, 
W. F. Soutar, David Stewart, J. B. Taylor, D. C. Thomson ; Secretary and 
Treasurer, James Scrimgeour, 54 Seagate. 

DUNDEE LABOUR CLUB, LTD., 48 Murraygate. —Chairman of Directors, 
Alexander Brown ; Secretary, Wm. Westwood ; Chairman of Club Manage- 
ment Committee, A. W. Meldrum ; Secretary, James Reid. 

INDEPENDENT LABOUR PARTY, Hall, 161 Overgate.— President, 
Nicholas Marra ; Vice-Presidents, James Guild, Mrs Abernethy ; Treasurer, 
R. Bowman ; Organising Secretary, E. C. Carr. 

DUNDEE WORKERS' FOOD VIGILANCE COMMITTEE.— President, 
George Robertson ; Secretary, James G. Fraser, Labour Club, 48 Murraygate. 

SCOTTISH HOME RULE ASSOCIATION — Object, to Secure Self- 
Government f or Scotland. — Head Office, 109 Hope street, Glasgow; Edin- 
burgh Office, 24 South Castle street ; Representative in Dundee, D. C. 
Maxwell, 39 Dock street. 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN.— President, Lady Baxter; Vice- 
Presidents, Mrs Steggall, Mrs J. Hendry, Miss M. A. Macdonald ; Honorary 
Treasurer {pro tern.), Mrs Bell, Pinemount ; Hon. Secretary, Miss Kynoch, 8 
Airlie place. 

SCOTTISH COUNCIL FOR WOMEN'S TRADES and Union for the 
Abolition of Sweating, Dundee Advisory Board. — Hon. President, Lord 
Provost Sir William Don ; President, James Thomson ; Vice-President, Rev. 
A. C. Mackenzie ; Hon. Treasurer, J. Armstrong Barry ; Hon. Secretary, Mrs 
J. T. Thomson, 2 Pine terrace, Broughty Ferry. 

DUNDEE WOMEN CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION. — President, Miss 
Pirret ; Vice-Presidents, Mrs Mill, Miss Air ; Hon. Treasurer, Miss 
M'Hafne ; Secretary, Miss Constable, 2 Westpark gardens. 

DUNDEE PARLIAMENT.— Speaker, Christopher J. Bisset ; Deputy- 
Speaker, James Coutts ; Clerk of Council, William Wright ; Clerk of the 
House and Treasurer, Robert Clark, 24 Garland place ; Members of Council, 
Garnet D. Wilson, David Bisset, W. J. Strachan, William Keillor, and Jas. 
Coutts (Leaders of the various Parties), also Peter Anderson, P. M'L. Milne, 
!j Wm. H. Buist, Chas. Wright, and Office-bearers. (Meetings are held in the 
Guild Hall, Town House, on Monday evenings at 7.30, from Oct. till March.) 

DUNDEE STOCK EXCHANGE ASSOCIATION.— President, James B. 
Falconer; Vice-President, A. M. Guild; Secy., F. Airth Grant, 13 Albert sq. 

DUNDEE SOCIETY OF MAGICIANS, Hay's Rooms, Murraygate.— 
President, David Smith; Vice-President, William Hay; Hon. Treasurer, 
J. C. H. Scott ; Hon. Secretary, A. R. Small, 59 Dura street. 

GILBERT AND SULLIVAN CLUB.— President, W. Campbell Scarlett ; 
Seeretary and Treasurer, Mrs W. Keir Gibb, Inglefield, Dalkeith road. 

THE COMEDY CLUB.— President, Mrs J. C. Methven ; Vice-President, 
J. Mollison Kidd. 

VICTORIAN AMATEUR DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL SOCIETY.— 
Manager, D. Grant Rea ; Secretary and Treasurer, L. Thorburn, 58 Sea- 
field road. 

DUNDEE AND FORFARSHIRE ASSOCIATION OF MINIATURE 
RIFLE CLUBS.— President, George Ogilvie ; Vice-President, J. Eddie 
(Arbroath) ; Hon. Treasurer, J. S. Matthew ; Hon. Secretary, H. L. Junks, 
St Mary's terrace, Downfield; Hon. League Secy., J. R. Taylor, 6 Bingham 
terrace. 

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130 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

THE NAVY LEAGUE, Tay Branch. — Executive Committee, Lord 
Provost Sir William Don, Colonel Fergusson, William Thomson, William 
Hunter, B. L. Nairn, James Scrimgeour, Alexander Spence, W. F. Soutar, 
Grant Barclay; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Robert B. Laing, 33 Com- 
mercial street. 

ROYAL NAVAL VOLUNTEER RESERVE, Clyde Division, Dundee 
Companies, Headquarters and Drill Ship, H.M.S. "Unicorn." — Officers — 
Lieutenant Commanders, W. M. Smail and William F. Keay ; Surgeon, 
George H. S. Milln ; Paymaster, John E. M'Intyre; Hon. Chaplain, Rev. 
Frank Cairns ; Shipkeeper, Chief Petty Officer Marra. 

NORTH SCOTTISH R.G.A., Headquarters, Broughty Castle.— Major, 
T. S. Couper, T.D.,p.s. (A.) ; Captain, J. Ogilvie ; Lieutenants, A. C. Pagan, 
J. C. Henderson, and H. M. Dunbar. Permanent Staff — Captain W. H. Fry, 
M.C., R.G.A., Adjutant ; Sergt-- Major J. J. Roach, Instructor. 

CITY OF DUNDEE TERRITORIAL FORCE ASSOCIATION.— Pre- 
sident, Lord Provost Sir William Don ; Chairman, Sir G. W. Baxter, Bart. ; 
Vice-Chairman, Lt.-Col. A. B. Crichton ; Military Members, Lt.-Col. C. W. 
Cochrane, D.S.O., T.D., R.A.S.C. (T.F.); Lt.-Col. A. E. Kidd, T.D., 
R.A.M.C. (T.F.) ; Col. W. Kinnear, M.D., V.D., K.H.P., late Asst. Dir. of 
Medical Services ; Lt.-Col. J. Lindsay Henderson, T.D., late T.F. Res. 
(Maj. R.F.A) (T.F.) ; Lt.-Col. J. M'Pherson, D.S.O., R.F.A. (T.F.) ; Lt.-Col. 
J. B. Muir, D.S.O., 4 Bn. R. Highrs. ; Lt.-Col. P. S. Nicoll, T.D., 5 Bn. 
R. Highrs. ; Maj. D. D. Ogilvie, Fife and Forf. Yeo. ; Lt.-Col. H. K. Smith, 
T.F. Res. ; Col. W. G. Thomson, V.D., late 1 Forf. R.G.A. (Vols.) ; Maj. 
G. Baxter, R.E. ; Major T. S. Couper, North Scottish R.G.A. Representative 
Members, (Council of the City of Dundee) A. Malcolm and A. R. Mechan ; 
(University College of Dundee) Sir G. W. Baxter, Bart. Co-opted Members 
G. Barclay, Lt.-Col. A. B. Crichton, Col. T. G. Luis, V.D., late 1 Forfar 
R.G.A. (Vol.), T. L. Miller, T. Milne, W. Parker, A. Powrie. Treasurer, 
G. K. Cockburn ; Secretary, Major J. R. Smith, 13 Panmure street 
(Registered Telegraphic Address, " Defence"). 

Units administered by the Association. — Royal Artillery Headquarters, 2nd 
Highland Brigade R.F.A. and City of Dundee Battery ; Royal Engineers, 
City of Dundee Fortress Engineers (1 works company and 1 E.L. company) ; 
Infantry, 4th Batt. Royal Highlanders ; Royal Army Service Corps, High. 
Divl. Train, 4 Coy. ; Royal Army Medical Corps, 3rd High. Field Amb. ; 
North Scottish Royal Garrison Artillery, Headquarters and No. 3 Company. 
(Association meets on the third Tuesday of each month.) 

High School Cadet Company, Black Watch (R.H.), Headquarters, 
Drill Hall, West Bell street.— Officer Commanding, Captain D. M. Mann, 
M.C., High School. 

Grove Academy Cadet Company, Black Watch (R.H.), Headquarters, 
Grove Academy, Broughty Ferry. — Officer Commanding, Captain A. 
Cruickshank. 

CITY OF DUNDEE A.S.C.M.T.(V), Headquarters, Drill Hall, Bell 
street. — Officer Commanding, Major T. G. Parsons ; Lieutenants, W. D 
Martin, J. Robertson, A. Alexander; Second Lieutenants, T. Herd, 
J. Mitchell, D. M'Laren. 

SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS' ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch. - 
Chairman, D. S. Bisset ; Secretary, D. MacTaggart, 5 Horse wynd. 



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OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS, St Andrews University Contingent— 
Headquaiters, The Universit3 T , St Andrews. — Officer Commanding, 
Captain R. A. Robertson. Dundee College Detachment — Headquarters, 
University College. — Second Lieutenant, T. Pettigrew Young. 

COMRADES OF THE GREAT WAR.— Chairman, James L. dimming ; 
Treasurer, James Inglis ; Financial Secretary, D. Cornfoot ; Committee, D. 
Adamson, W. Millar, D. MacTaggart, D. S. Bisset, R. Smart, D. C. Paton, 
A. B. Bowman, J. Patterson ; Secretary, G. A. Mitchell, 10 Peddie street. 

DUNDEE NAVAL AND MILITARY WAR PENSIONS, &c, COM- 
MITTEE. — Chairman, Lord Provost Sir William Don; Vice-Chairman, 
T. B. Barnes ; Treasurer, David S. Lamb ; Secretary, J. Armstrong Barry. 
Offices, 30 North Lindsay street. 

DUNDEE NATIONAL WAR RELIEF FUND SUB-COMMITTEE.— 

J. H. Martin (Convener), John Ogilvie, Nicholas Marra, Robert Allan, Major 
Alvey, Miss Batting, J. Dryden, W. M. Burke, James M. Graham. 

VICTORIA LEAGUE, Dundee Branch.— Hon. President, Countess of 
Strathmore ; President, Mrs J. B. Taylor ; Vice-Presidents, Mrs W. Lindsay 
Boase, David Erskine, Mrs Scrymgeour-Wedderburn ; Chairman, Alexander 
Mackay ; Hon. Treasurer, W. L. Pattullo ; Hon. Secretary, Miss R. Evelyn 
Duncan, 2 Beechwood terrace. 

S.G.F.S. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS WOMEN'S CLUB, 28 

Ward road. — President, Mrs Howard Hill ; Vice-Presidents, Mrs Maitland, 
Mrs Kinnear ; Committee, Mrs Moncur, Mrs R. W. Beath, Miss Sword, Mrs 
George Donald, Mrs W. S. Thompson, Mrs George Sime, Miss Dorothy 
Mathewson, Miss S. Mackie Whyte ; Secretary, Miss Duncan ; Treasurer, 
Mrs H. G. Third ; Club Leader, Miss MacLearnan. 

DUNDEE WOMEN PATROLS (1915).— President of Committee, Mrs 
Steggall ; Vice-President, Mrs J. M. Hendry ; Treasurer, Miss Duncan ; 
Secretary, Mrs J. T. Thomson, 2 Pine terrace, Brook street, B.F.; Patrol 
Leader, Miss D. Spence Allan. (Committee and Patrols meet monthly in 
Steeple Club, 80 Nethergate.) 

CONSULS AND VICE-CONSULS FOR FOREIGN STATES.— 

America, U.S. of (Consul), ... H. Abert Johnson, 31 Albert square. 

,, (Vice Consul), ... William A. Poindexter, 31 Albert sq. 

Argentine Republic (Vice-Consul), (Vacant) 

J ' ' ! Belgium (Vice-Consul), B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 

'■' Colombia (Vice-Consul), J. B. Taylor, 11 Panmure street 

I Denmark (Vice-Consul), B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 

, t8 I Esthonian Republic (Vice-Consul), B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 

jj' j Finland (Vice-Consul), James Mitchell, 39 Dock street 

France (Consular Agent), James M. Gray, 69 Reform street 

Greece (Consular Agent), J. M. Hunter Mitchell, 39 Dock st. 

as, Italy (Consular Agent), Giuseppe Gonnella, 81 Nethergate 

A, i Netherlands (Vice-Consul), ... Thos. Farquharson, 26 Commercial st. 

' Norway (Vice-Consul), ... ... B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 

Bell 
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Portugal (Vice-Consul), John Nicoll, 1 Royal Exchange court 

Russia (Vice-Consul), ... ... J. L. Kidd, 59 Dock street 

Spain (Vice-Consul), (Vacant) 

Sweden (Vice-Consul), Simon Forrest, 26 East Dock street 

DUNDEE CONSULAR CORPS.— President, H. A. Johnson ; Vice-Presi- 
dent, J. M. Hunter Mitchell ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, B. L. Nairn, 
33 Commercial street. 



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HARBOUR AND SHIPPING LISTS. 

HARBOUR TRUSTEES, Genera] Manager and Engineer's Office, Harbour 
Clerk's Office, and Shore Dues Office, Customhouse buildings, Dock street. — 

From the Admiralty, Captain Harry M. K. Betty, B.N. ; Town Council, 
Bailie Macdonald, Bailie Archer, Bailie Gillespie ; Councillors "William 
Forwell, Simon G. Fraser, James H. Halley, John Ogilvie, Nicholas 
Marra ; Guildry, Nine Trades, and Three Trades, Thomas B. Taylor, John G. 
Sibbald ; County Council, A. F. Durkie, John Grant, John Nairn, Sir 
Herbert Ogilvy, Bart. ; Chamber of Commerce, A. B. Gilroy, Col. Fergusson, 
J. C. Buist, W. F. Soutar, P. S. Brown, John Methven ; Shipowners, John 
Plenderleath, John M. Hunter Mitchell, Joseph J. Barrie, James Nicoll ; 
Ratepayers, B. L. Nairn, ¥m. Low, ¥m. Kinnear, Harry Giles Walker, Thos. 
L. Miller, Joseph Philip ; Municipal Electors, A. M. Brown, W. B. Thompson. 
Chairman of the Board, J. C. Buist ; Deputy Chairman, William Low. 

Committees. — Chairman's — J. C. Buist (Convener), William Low, Bailie 
Macdonald, B. L. Nairn, Thomas B. Taylor, Wm. Forwell, John Plender- 
leath, W. F. Soutar, Colonel Fergusson, John Methven, P. S. Brown, A. F. 
Durkie. Finance and Rights — All the Members of the Board ; B. L. Nairn, 
Convener. Works — All the Members of the Board ; Thomas B. Taylor, 
Convener. Tay Ferries — All the Members of the Board ; Wm. Forwell, 
Convener. Lighting, Buoying, and Pilotage— All the Members of the Board ; 
John Plenderleath, Convener. 

John Hannay Thompson, M.Sc, M.Inst.C.E., F.R.S.E., General Manager 

and Engineer ; John Malloch, Clerk ; , Harbourmaster and Pilot 

Master ; J. D. Panton, C.A., Treasurer ; Captain James Young, Super- 
intendent of Tay Ferries ; James Yeaman, Traffic Superintendent ; Captain 
Frank Mills, Surveyor of Cargoes ; David Lowson, Master of Camperdown 
and Victoria Docks ; John Easson, Master of King William Dock ; William 
Adamson, Master at Eastern Wharves; Methven Bell, Piermaster at 
Broughty Ferry. 

Pilot Cutters — Masters of Cutters — John Reid and M 'Donald Cameron. 
Licensed Pilots — John Reid, Thos. Cunningham, Alex. Craig, M'Donald 
Cameron, Wm. A. Ferrier, James F. Gall, Wm. Watson, David A. Ferrier, 
James Gall, Wm. Lorimer, David L. Ferrier. 

Light Keepers.— Lights of Tay — Buddonness— William Bishop, 
Principal Light Keeper ; Joseph Snelling, Assistant. Taypokt — Wm. Linnes, 
Principal Light Keeper ; James Lowson and Charles Linnes, Assistants. 

Light Ship "Abertay." — Master, Robert Swadel; Mate, Peter Lindsay. 

LOCAL MARINE BOARD, Offices, Sailors' Home buildings.— Members— 
The Lord Provost, ex officio ; Elected, Ralph C. Cowper, Peter R. Johnston, 
James Mitchell, John M. Hunter Mitchell, B. L. Nairn, James Nicoll ; 
Nominees of the Board of Trade, James Young, David Greig, Frank Mills, 
Joseph Jack. Secretary, Thomas Samuel, R.N.R. 

MERCANTILE MARINE OFFICE, Board of Trade, 63 Dock street.— 
Superintendent, T. Samuel, R.N.R. ; Asst. Supt., JohnB. Welsh ; Inspector, 
3rd Class, Geo. Ritchie ; Examiner of Masters and Mates, &c, James A. S. 
Chalmers. 

DUNDEE TRINITY HOUSE.— Box-Master, F. J. R. Mills ; Deputy Box- 
Master, Alex. Simpson ; Secretary and Factor, David Dempster, 69 Reform st. 

DUNDEE SHIP OWNERS' AND SHIP BROKERS' ASSOCIATION.— 
President, J. L. Kidd ; Vice-President, Simon Forrest ; Secretary and 
Treasurer, James Nicoll, 87 Commercial street. 



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HAKBOUR AND SHIPPING LISTS. 133 

SHIPPING COMPANIES :— 

Anchor Line (Henderson Brothers), Limited, 52 Commercial street. — 
Steamers from Glasgow to New York and Bombay. Agents for Houston 
Line to River Plate ; Cunard Line to American, Canadian, Mediterranean, 
and Black Sea ports ; Anchor-Brocklebank Line to Calcutta ; Well Line — 
Middlesbro' and London to Colombo, Madras, and Calcutta ; Anchor- 
Donaldson Line passenger service. 

Antrim Line — Dundee to Belfast and Dublin. — B. L. Nairn & Co., 33 
Commercial street, Agents. 

Canadian Pacific Ocean Services Ltd. and Allan Line op Steamers, 
88 Commercial street. — Weekly to United States, Canada, New Brunswick, 
Nova Scotia, and Orient ; also in connection with C.A. Line from Vancouver 
to New Zealand and Australia. 

Dundee Fishing Co., Ltd., Fish Dock.— Directors, William M'Farlane 
(Chairman), A. C. Cameron, D. H. Robertson, jun. ; Managers, Cameron & 
M'Farlane, Ltd., Fishmarket; Secretary, William D. M'Farlane. 

Dundee, Pepth, and London Shipping Co., Ltd. — Head 
Office, 26 East Dock street. Ralph C. Cowper, General Manager; J. A. Law, 
Secretary. Sailings — Dundee to London, Hull, Newcastle, Middlesbrough, 
Havre, Rouen ; Leith and Dundee to Southampton and Treport ; also Hull, 
Berwick, Kirkcaldy, Montrose, and Moray Firth ports ; Perth to Leith and 
Dundee. London City Office, 61 Mark lane, E.C.3; Hull Office, Princes Dock 
chambers; Newcastle Office, Quayside; Leith Office, 125 Constitution street , 
Southampton Office, 3 Canute road; Perth Office, The Shore. (See Adv.) 

Dundee Sand and Lighterage Co., Ltd. — Manager, Charles M. 
Murdoch, 21 Dock street ; Secretary, A. A. Robertson. (See Adv.) 

Dundee Steam Trawling Co., Ltd. — Managing Director, William High; 
Secretary, Fred Laycock, Fish Dock. 

East Coast Wrecking Co., Ltd. — Directors, James Ross, James R. 
Langlands, William P. Johnson, William E. Watson, James A. A. White, 
James Mitchell ; Secretaries, James Mitchell & Sons, 39 Dock street. 

M. Langlands & Sons, Ltd., 39 Dock street. — Liverpool, Manchester, and 
British Channel direct steamers — Princess Louise, Princess Ena, Princess 
Irma, Princess Melita, Princess Thyra, Princess Helena — call at Leith, 
Kirkcaldy, Aberdeen, Stromness, Stornoway, Oban, Liverpool, Manchester, 
Bristol, Cardiff, and Swansea ; and occasionally at Plymouth, Portsmouth, Pen- 
zance, &c. ; also Leith, Aberdeen, and Moray Firth Steamers — Lady Tennant, 
Silver City — callat Buckie, Lossiemouth, Invergordon,Cromarty,and Inverness. 

Leslie Shipping Co., 62 Seagate. 

Mercury Steamship Co., Ltd., 18 Dock street.— D. & J. Nicol, Managers. 

The Tay (Steamboat) Co., Ltd. — Directors, William High 
(Chairman), John Todd, Alex. Patterson, Andrew M'Call, Robt. F. Sturrock ; 
Secretaries, Don & Stewart, 2 Union street. 

SHIPPING AGENTS :— 

Alexander, David, & Sons, Ltd.,17King street, agents for James Currie & Co. 
and Steven Line, Ltd. 

Canadian Pacific Ocean Services, Ltd., 88 Commercial street, agents for 
The Union Castle Line Royal Mail steamers— to S. and E. Africa ; Hogarth's. 
Line — Glasgow to Lisbon and Huelva ; Gulf Line — Glasgow and Liverpool 
to Chili, Peru, Ecuador ; Donaldson Line— to Monte Video, Buenos Ayres, 
Rosario. 

Barrie, C, & Sons, 49 Meadowside, agents for Ellerman Lines, Ltd. — 
City Line, Glasgow and Liverpool to Calcutta, Bombay, and Karachi ; Hall 



134 HARBOUR AND SHIPPING LISTS. 

Line, Liverpool to Bombay, Karachi, Marmagoa, Malabar Coast, &c. ; Eller- 
man Line to Mediterranean ports ; Ellerman-Harrison Line (Joint Service), 
Glasgow and Liverpool to South African ports and Mauritius. 

Canadian Paeifie Railway Company, 48 St Andrew's street. — 
F. A. Hodgkinson & Co., freight agents. 

Cappon, Victor A., steam-tug owner and towing agt., 6 Whitehall crescent. 

Fleming & Haxton, 76 High street, agents for the following Lines — Cunard, 
White Star, American, White Star-Dominion, C.P.O.S., Anchor, Anchor- 
Donaldson, Allan, Atlantic Transport, Leyland, Orient, Royal Mail, Aber- 
deen, Federal-Houlder-Shire, Queensland, Gulf, P. & O., New Zealand 
Shipping Co., Shaw, Savill, & Albion Co., Union-Castle and Pacific Lines. 

Gibson, George, & Co., Ltd., 65 Trades Lane, agents for steamers to Rotter- 
dam, Amsterdam, Harlingen, Delfzyl, Antwerp, Ghent, Terneuzen, Dunkirk. 

Hodgkinson, F. A., & Co., 48 St Andrew's street, agents for principal lines 
to Brazils, River Plate, America, Canada, Mediterranean, Danube, Black 
Sea, Spain, Portugal, Bordeaux, Ghent, &c. 

Kinnear, William, & Co., 18 Commercial street, agents for Ellermans- 
Wilson Lines — Hull to Boston and New York, Baltic, Continental, Mediter- 
ranean, and East Indian Ports, &c. ; " Prince " Lines — to Mediterranean, &c. ; 
Holland S.S. Co. — Leith to Amsterdam; Manchester Liners — to Montreal, 
Philadelphia, &c. ; Cunard Lines — to Montreal and Portland, Maine ; White 
Star and American Lines— Southampton to New York. 

Kinnes, Robert, & Sons, 33 Dock street. 

Langlands, M., & Sons, Ltd., 39 Dock st., agents for Johnston Line to Black 
Sea and Baltimore ; Leyland & Harrison Lines to West Indies, &c. ; Pernam- 
buco, Natal, Mexico, &c, American Line to Philadelphia ; Lamnaga and 
Glynn Lines to Cuba ; Booth Line to Maranham, Parnahiba, Ceara, Para, 
Manaos ; Ellerman, Papayanni, Moss, and Glynn Lines to Mediterranean ports. 

Mackay Brothers & Co. (Dundee), Ltd., 9 Whitehall crescent (Cable and 
Telegraphic address, "Travel"; Telephone No. 490), official agents for 
following Lines : — Cunard, White Star, American, Leyland, Anchor, and 
Allan Lines to United States; Allan, Canadian Pacific, Dominion, 
Donaldson, Cunard, and Royal Lines to Canada ; Union Castle Line to 
South Africa ; Orient Royal Mail, Federal-Houlder-Shire, P. & O. 
and P. & O. branch service, New Zealand Shipping Co., and Shaw, Savill, 
and Albion Lines to Australia and New Zealand ; Royal Mail Steam Packet 
Co. to South American ports; bookings by Booth and Yeoward Lines to 
Portugal and Madeira ; and all other principal Lines. District Managers for 
the Polytechnic Touring Association, Ltd. 

Melville & Halley, 46 Bell street, agents for Atlantic Transport Line. 

Mitchell, James, & Sons, 39 Dock st., regular line to Baltic, Mediterranean, 
White Sea. 

Morison, Pollexfen, & Blair, Ltd., 84 Commercial street, agents for Royal 
Mail Steam Packet Co. — to Brazil, River Plate, Central America, West Indies ; 
Messageries Maritime de France — London to Marseilles and Mediterranean : 
Anchor-Donaldson Line— Glasgow to Montreal, Quebec, Halifax, Baltimore ; 
P. & O. — London to Bombay ; Wilsons and Furness Leyland Line — London to 
Boston ; agents for Dundee, Southampton, and Treport steamers. 

Morrison, W. B., 10 Pan mure street, agent for White Star Line. 

Nairn, B. L., & Co., 33 Commercial street, agents for Clan Line — Glasgow 
and Liverpool to Bombay, Kurrachee, Calcutta, Madras, South Africa ; 
Commonwealth and Government Line — London, Hull, Liverpool, and Glas- 
gow to Australia ; Barber Line — Dundee to New York ; New Zealand 
Shipping Company ; Antrim Line — Dundee to Belfast and Dublin. 

Nicoll, James, & Co., 87 Commercial street ; agents for C.P.O.S., Ltd. ; 
also Allan, Anchor-Donaldson, and other Lines to Canada and United States ; 



HARBOUR AND SHIPPING LISTS. 135 

Harrison — Rennie Line, Natal and East Africa ; Thompson, P. & O. Branch 
Service, Shaw, Savill, & Albion Co., &c, to Cape, Australia, and New 
Zealand; British India, Bibby, City, and P. & O., to India, Burmah, China, 
and Japan ; Tours to Norway, Madeira, Mediterranean, Egypt, Palestine, &c. 
(See Adv.) 

Nicoll, P. S. , 65 Trades lane, agent for the Gibson-Rankine Line — Leith, 
Grangemouth, Dundee to Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Deltzyl, Antwerp, Ghent, 
Harlingen, Dunkirk ; Salvesen Lines — Leith, Grangemouth to Bergen, 
Stavanger, Aalesund, Trondhjem, Gothenburg, Stockholm, Christiania. 

Ritchie, Robert, & Co., 33 Albert square, agents for Pacific Steam Naviga- 
tion Co. — From Liverpool weekly and from Glasgow fortnightly to Brazil, 
River Rate, and West Coast of South America. 



LIST OF SHIPPING BELONGING TO THE PORT. 

Owner or Agent. 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
Cameron & M'Farlane 
Dundee Fishing Co., Ld. 
Leslie Shipping Co. 
Dundee Fishing Co., Ltd. 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
D.,P.,&L. Ship. Co.,Ld. 
E. Coast Wrecking Co., Ld. 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
James Mitchell & Sons 
Tay Steamboat Co., Ltd. 
Tay Steamboat Co., Ltd. 
D.,P., &L. Ship. Co.,Ld. 
D 'dee Sand Lighterage Co. 
Leslie Shipping Co. 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
Cairn Line 

Dundee Harbour Trustees 
D.,P.,&L. Ship. Co.,Ld. 
D'dee Sand Lighterage Co. 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
D.,P., &L. Ship. Co., Ld. 
D.,P.,&L. Ship. Co.,Ld. 
E. Coast Wrecking Co., Ld. 
William High 
Leslie Shipping Co. 
James Mitchell & Sons 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
D.,P.,&L. Ship. Co.,Ld. 
D..P..&L. Ship. Co.,Ld. 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
Leslie Shipping Co. 
Leslie Shipping Co. 
Dundee Fishing Co., Ld. 
Leslie Shipping Co. 
D., P., & L. Ship. Co., Ld. 
Dundee Fishing Co., Ld. 
Daniel J. M'Kinnon & Son 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
J. Nicoll & Co. 
Leslie Shipping Co. 



Vessels. 




Masters. 


Abertay 


sch. 


Swadel 


Ambassador 


s.s. 


Norrie 


Ben Loyal 


s.s. 


Lorimer 


Capehall 


s.s. 


Keith 


Capella 


s.s. 


Boyter 


Captain Fryatt 


s.s. 


Reid 


Carbon 


s s. 


Petrie 


Ceto 


s.s. 




Charles Barrie 


s.c.s. 


Webster 


Chingford 


s.s. 


Niven 


Cleopatra 


s.s. 


Todd 


Dundee 


s.s. 




Dundee 


s.s. 


Hynd 


Dunglass 


s.s. 


Olsen 


Eden 


s.s. 


M 'Vicar 


Fifeshire 


p.s. 


M'Bain 


Fremona 


s.s. 




Gilroy 


p.s. 


Meldrum 


Gowrie 


s.s. 


Ashton 


Inchgarvie 


s.s. 


Ursito 


Joseph Philip 


s.s. 


Lindsay 


Lochee 


s.s. 


Gordon 


Louga 


s.s. 


Barron 


Maclean 


s.s. 




Marion 


s.s. 




Merlin 


s.s. 


Crawford 


Newbigging 


s.s. 


Mitchell 


Newport 


p.p. 


M'Bain 


' North Inch 


s.s. 


Stephen 


i Perth 


s.s. 


Chapman 


! Princess Louise 


s.s. 


Drever 


! Raith 


s.s. 


M'Pherson 


; Raithwaite 


s.s. 


Dodds 


Richmond Castle 


s.s. 


Henry 


Roma 


s.s. 


Falconer 


; Rosyth 


s.s. 


Tait ' 


i Strathblane 


s.s. 


M'N^ughton 


i Sunbeam 


s.s. 


Knight 


T. B. Taylor 


s.s. 


M 'Donald 


jWestfield 


bar. 




Yewdale 


s.s. 


Hart 



Tons. 


Built. 


117 


1877 


149 


1899 


183 


1901 


2174 


1902 


111 


1892 


39 


1917 


132 


1904 


140 


1888 


122 


1910 


1734 


1889 


110 


1898 


264 


1875 


1381 


1918 


261 


1896 


243 


1858 


3028 


1887 


151 


1898 


679 


1909 


623 


1914 


1064 


1918 


678 


1898 


89 


— 


119 


1891 


151 


1890 


2400 


1892 


307 


1910 


100 


1904 


2063 


1915 


40 


1871 


92 


1890 


3025 


1899 


178 


1901 


181 


1903 


303 


1903 


186 


1901 


133 


1891 


488 


1914 


1108 


1896 


477 


1890 



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POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

(For full information regarding Postal Affairs the official " Post Office Guide " 
should be consulted— 'published quarterly, price 6d. ) 

Dundee Post-Oeeice— Post-Office buildings, Meadowside: John E. 
Coulson, Postmaster. 

On Week Days the Office is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. for all business. 

Between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., postage on inland letters, parcels, &c, may 
be prepaid at the Head Office in money instead of stamps, provided the 
amount paid be in no case less than £1. 

On Sunday the Office is open for Postal business from 12.15 p.m. till 1.15 
p.m. only, but the Letter-Box remains open as on other days. 

For Telegraph and Telephone business there is attendance continuously 
during the day and night, both on Week Days and Sundays. 

Sub-Offices. — Barnhill, 183 Blackness road, *Downfield (463 Strathmartine 
road), 28 Dundonald street, Fairmuir (343 Clepington road), 92 Ferry road, *76 
Hawkhill, *148 Hilltown, 83 King street, 156 Lochee road, *Lochee (62 High 
street). Logie (5 Cobden street), *Maryfield (205 Albert street), 79 Murraygate, 
*125a Nethergate, *26S Perth rd., *169 Princes st., *South Union st. (10 Dock 
street), 77 Strathmartine road, 86 Victoria road, West Ferry (Broughty Ferry). 
Country Sub-Offices — *Alyth, Ardler, *Auchterhouse, Baldovie, Barry, *Barry 
Camp, *Broughty Ferry (Queen street), *Carnoustie, Craigton, *Dykends, 
*Five-Mile House, *Folda, *Gauldry, *Glenisla, *Invergowrie, *Kilmany, 
*Kilry, Kingennie, *Longforgan, Lundie, *Meigle, *Monifieth, *Monikie, 
Muirdrum, Newbigging, *Newport, *Newtyle, Ruthven, Strathmartine, 
*Tayport, *Tealing, Wellbank, *Wormit. (* Telegraph Offices.) 

Broughty Ferry Sub-Post-Office (see page 158). 
Engineering Department, 2 Union street. — J. Brown, Executive Engineer. 

Inland Rates op Postage — Letters. 

Inland letters are those which pass between places in the United Kingdom, 
including the Isle of Man, the Orkney, Shetland, and Channel Islands. 

Prepaid rates of postage:— Not exceeding 3 oz. , 2d ; each additional oz., ^d. 

No letter may be above 24 inches in length, 12 inches in width, or 12 inches in 
depth, unless it be sent to or from one of the Government Offices. 

Books containing eighteen 2d and six Id stamps are issued, price 3s 6d. 
Rolls of stamps are issued as f ollows : — 1000 2d stamps, £8 7s ; 500 2d stamps, 
£4 3s 6d ; 1000 l|d stamps, £6 5s 4d ; 500 l£d stamps, £3 2s 8d ; 1000 Id 
stamps, £4 3s 8d; 500 Id stamps, £2 Is lOd ; 1000 £d stamps, £2 2s ; 500 
Jd stamps, £1 Is. 

Letter Cards bearing 2d stamp are sold as follows : — 1 card 2^d, 2-5d, 
3-7|d, 4-9fd, 5-ls, 6-ls 2^d, 7-ls 5d, 8-ls 7|d, 9-ls 9|d, 10 (packet) 2s. 

Inland Post Cards. 

The prepaid rate of postage on every Post Card is Id, and on every reply 
Post Card 2d. 

Cards used as Post Cards must be made of ordinary cardboard, not thinner 
than the Cards sold by the Post Office. They may not exceed 5A by 3£ 
inches in size, or be less than 4 by 2| inches. Nothing may be attached, 
except stamps in payment of postage or stamp duty, a gummed label (not to 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 137 

exceed 2 inches by § inch) bearing the address at which the card is to be 
delivered, a similar label bearing the address of the sender, and engravings, 
drawings, photos, or printed matter on very thin paper completely adherent 
to the card ; nor may the card be folded, cut, or altered in such a way as to 
reduce the size below 4 by 2f inches. 
Post Cards are sold at the following prices : — Bearing Id Stamp— 

I Card lid, 2-2£d, 3-3|d, 4-4*d, 5-5*d, 6-6|d, 7-7fd, 8-8fd, 9-10d, 10-lld, 

II (packet) Is ; parcel of 220, £1. 

Reply Post Cards— 1 Card 2Jd, 2-44d, 3-6|d, 4-9d, 5-lld, 6-ls ljd, 7-ls3Jd, 
8-ls o^d, 9-ls 7fd, 10-ls lOd, 11 (packet) 2s ; parcel of 110, £1. 

Inland Post — Newspapers. 

The prepaid postage on registered inland publications, including supple- 
ments, is ^d for every copy not exceeding 6 oz. in weight, with a further 
charge of ^d for every additional 6 oz. If two or more copies are sent in a 
single packet, each copy will be liable to the same postage as if posted 
separately ; but in no case will a packet of such copies be chargeable at a 
higher rate than that chargeable on a letter or printed paper of the same weight. 

A newspaper, if posted in a cover, must have such cover open at both ends, 
to admit of easy examination, and so folded that the title may be readily 
inspected. The cover must not bear anything except the name and address of 
sender and addressee, with index or reference numbers or letters, the words 
" with compliments," a request for return in case of non-delivery, the title of 
the newspaper, and a reference to any place in the newspaper to which the 
attention of the addressee is directed. 

A packet of newspapers must not weigh above 2 lbs. , or exceed two feet in 
length, one foot in width, or one in depth. 

Inland Post — Printed Papers. 
The prepaid rate is: — Not exceeding 1 oz., Jd ; 2 oz., Id, and for every 
additional 2 oz., Jd. Limit of weight, 2 lbs. The limit of size is same as 
applicable to letters. 

The printed paper rate is not intended for samples or for goods, and 
anything sent at this rate must fall clearly within the following definition — 
a packet not exceeding 2 lbs. in weight containing one or more of the following 
articles, that is : — Books, or works of literary character with or without 
written dedications, and any other written or printed matter not in the 
nature of a letter ; sketches, paintings, engravings, photographic prints ; 
maps, plans, and charts. The following documents may also be sent : — 
Commercial or business papers of a formal character, namely, invoices, 
orders for goods or for work, confirmations of orders, advice notes of 
the despatch or receipt of letters, documents, goods, or money (with or 
without instructions for their further treatment), waybills, bills of 
lading, receipts for goods or money, statements of account, price 
lists, prices current, market reports, delivery and shipping notes, tenders 
for goods or advertisements, quotations for goods, estimates for work, 
inquiries for quotations, contract notes and confirmations, share 
transfer notices, applications for employment. Notices of assess- 
ments and applications for payment of rates issued by officers 
employed in the collection of rates. Notices relating to registration of 
voters at parliamentary and local government elections. Notices, 
certificates, reports, and returns given or made to or by public officers 
and local authorities or other public bodies in discharge of their public 
duties. Lists and tabular statements. Conditions. — That the docu- 
ment consist of an appropriate printed form, and that any writing refer 
solely to its subject-matter, or consist of formulas of courtesy or of a 
conventional character not exceeding five words or initials. 



138 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

Deeds, agreements, affidavits, orders of Court, briefs, proposals and 
policies of insurance, and formal papers necessarily incident to 
insurance, powers of attorney, proxy papers, licences, voting papers, 
and certificates; also copies of same. Conditions. — That nothing 
appear in the document in writing which does not form part of the 
document as a legal or formal instrument. 

Circulars (that is, printed notices and letters), printed visiting cards, 
Christmas, New Year, Easter, and birthday cards. Conditions.— That 
nothing appear in writing in the document except dates, hours, and 
particulars of times ; names, addresses, and descriptions of parties ; 
particulars of goods and of sums of money ; mode of consignment or 
delivery of goods or money ; terms of business ; index or reference 
numbers and letters ; corrections of errors in print ; place, character, 
and objects of meetings or appointments ; formulas of courtesy or of a 
conventional character not exceeding five words or initials. 

Manuscript for press and printed proofs (including information for 
insertion in directories and similar publications) with corrections and 
instructions. Conditions. — That any writing not forming part of the 
document itself refer solely to the arrangement or correction of the 
type or to the execution of the work. 

Educational exercises and examination papers, with comments, correc- 
tions, and instructions. Conditions. — That any writing not forming 
part of the document itself refer solely to the subject-matter of the 
exercise or to the questions put or the answers thereto. 

In the above definition expressions referring to print or printing shall 
be taken to refer to any species of typeprinting easy to recognize, and 
to include lithography, handstamping, or any mechanical process easy 
to recognise ; while the expression ' ' writing " shall include type- 
writing and any process ordinarily used to produce a single document. 
Documents printed in characters resembling those of the type-writer, 
or produced from type-written originals, may only be sent by half- 
penny packet post provided that they are handed in at the counter 
of the Post Office, that special attention is called to their nature, that 
at least 20 copies are posted at the same time, and that no blanks are 
left in the text to be filled up. 

Paper money * is not transmissible as printed paper. 

Printed paper packets should be posted either without covers, or in 
unfastened envelopes, or in covers which can be easily removed for the 
purposes of examination. The name and address of the sender should be 
printed or written outside. 

Prepayment of Correspondence in Money. 

Every kind of Inland Correspondence, other than Newspapers, may be pre- 
paid in money, provided that the articles are chargeable with a uniform rate 
of postage ; that the amount paid be in no case less than £1, and that 
the letters and packets be tied in bundles representing a postage of 5s each, 
with the addresses all arranged in the same direction. Hours of posting 
under this arrangement, 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. 

*The term " paper money " means bank notes, money orders, postal orders, unobli- 
terated postage or revenue stamps, exchequer bills, bank post bills, bills of exchange, 
promissory notes, cheques, credit notes which entitle the holder to money or goods, 
orders and authorities for payment of money, bonds, coupons, securities for money. 
But the following- are not excluded from the book post :— Stamped proxy papers, 
or a stamped and addressed post card, wrapper, or envelope enclosed for return to 
the sender or to some person designated by the sender. 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 139 

Express Delivery of Letters and Parcels. 

(1) By special messenger all the way. The Express fee (inclusive of charges 

for omnibus, tramcar, railway, &c), is : — For every mile or part of a 
mile, 6d ; and on each packet weighing more than 1 lb. a weight fee 
of 3d. (Ordinary postage is not charged). Every packet must be 
handed in over the counter, and must have the word "Express ' 
boldly marked above address. If the sender desires, or it is otherwise 
necessary, that a special conveyance be used, the fare or cost of such 
must be paid in addition, but the weight fee is not charged in such a 
case. 
When several packets are tendered by one sender for delivery by the 
same messenger at different addresses, or to different persons at same 
address, the Express fee of 6d a mile will be charged for the full 
distance to be traversed by the messenger, and an additional fixed 
charge of Id for each article above one. 

(2) By special messenger after transmission by post. In addition to the full 

ordinary postage the Express fee is : — For every mile or part of a mile 
from office of delivery, 6d (weight fee is not charged). Letters may 
be posted like ordinary letters, but they must be marked " Express 
Delivery," and have a thick perpendicular line drawn on each side. 

(3) By special delivery in advance of the ordinary mail. Persons who 

desire at any time to receive their letters or parcels in advance of the 
ordinary delivery may have them delivered by special messenger on 
payment of the following fees, viz. : — The full Express fee of 6d a 
mile as for one packet, and Id for every 10, or less number of addi- 
tional packets. 

Inland Parcel Post. 
The rates of postage on inland parcels are as follows : — Not exceeding 
2 lbs. 9d, 5 lbs. Is, 8 lbs. Is 3d, 11 lbs. Is 6d. Limit of weight, 11 lbs. 
Limits of size, length, 3 ft. 6 in. ; length and girth combined, 6 ft. 

Parcels must not be posted in a letter-box, but must be taken into a Post 
Office and handed over the counter. A certificate of posting may be had on 
application. The name and address of the sender should appear on the out- 
side of every parcel. 

Parcels containing fish, game, meat, eggs, razors, scissors, knives, liquids, 
powders, live bees, &c, are not accepted unless securely packed so as to guard 
against risk of injury. 

Certificates of Posting of Unregistered Correspondence. 
Any person who desires proof that an unregistered letter, card, halfpenny 
packet, or newspaper has been duly posted should hand in the letter or 
other article at a Post Office and ask for a certificate of posting, — fee, |d. 

Poste Restante. 
Correspondence of any kind to be called for is, as a rule, taken in at all 
Post Offices except Town Sub-Offices. The words "to be called for" or 
"Poste Restante " should appear in the address. The Poste Restante is for 
accommodation of strangers and travellers, but they may not use it for more 
than three months. 

Registration and Compensation— Inland. 

Correspondence of any kind (including parcels) can be registered. The 
ordinary registration fee is 2d, in addition to the postage. 

Registered Letter Envelopes (for Inland and Foreign Letters) bearing a 
4d stamp embossed on the flap for registration fee 2d and postage 2d, are 
sold as follows :— Size F (5£ins. x 3^ ins.), 4|cl each ; G- (6 ins. x 3| ins.), 5d 
each ; H (8 ins x 5 ins.), 5Jdeach ; K (ll£ ins. x 6 ins.), 6d each. 



140 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

Everything intended for registration must be handed to an officer of the Post 
Office, and a receipt obtained. The packet must be made up in a strong cover, 
fastened with gum or other adhesive, but this does not apply to post-cards, 
printed papers, nor newspapers. If it be desired to secure compensation 
for damage to a packet (other than a parcel), it must bear the words "Fragile, 
with care. " 

Packets for registration must be marked in the bottom left-hand corner 
with the word " Registered," and, when the fee exceeds 2d, with the amount 
of the fee proper to the value up to which the sender desires to secure com- I 
pensation, thus, "Registered 3d," and so on. The sender of an Inland postal / 
packet may obtain an acknowledgment of its due delivery by paying, at the I 
time of posting, a fee of 2d in addition to the postage and registration fee. j 

Inland postal packets containing coin, watches, or jewellery, if posted 
without registration, are subject to compulsory registration, and are charged 
on delivery with a fee of 4d, in addition to the ordinary postage. Letters 
containing uncrossed Postal Orders in which the name of the payee has not 
been inserted, uncrossed cheques or dividend warrants, bank notes, postage 
stamps, or any article (other than coin and jewellery) of a value exceeding 
10s, will, when found open in the post, or when opened in the Returned 
Letter Office, be subject to registration, and be chargeable with a registra- 
tion fee of 2d. Money of any kind must be enclosed in a Registered Letter 
Envelope and transmitted by Registered Letter Post. The compensation in 
respect of coin will in no case exceed £5. 

The Postmaster-General will (subject to certain rules) pay compensation 
for the loss or damage of Correspondence as follows : — 

(1) Registered Correspondence (including Parcels). — Fee 2d, Compensation 

£5 ; Fee 3d, Compensation £20 ; and so on at the rate of Id for every 
£20 up to £400. 

(2) Unregistered Parcels. — Limit of compensation, £2. No compensation is 

given in respect of money of any kind sent by Parcel Post, whether 
registered or not, or in respect of jewellery sent by Parcel Post un- 
registered. To secure compensation a certificate of posting should be 
obtained when a parcel is posted. 

(3) Express Correspondence. — Compensation according to the ordinary scale 

is paid in respect of Correspondence of the kinds specified in Sections 
(1) and (2), when sent by Express Service ; and up to £2 for Un- 
registered Packets (not money nor jewellery) conveyed by special 
messenger throughout their whole course. 

"Blind Literature" Post. 
Literature impressed for the use of the blind may be sent by post at the fol- 
lowing rates: — Not exceeding 2 oz., §d; exceeding 2 oz. and not exceeding 
5 lbs., Id; exceeding 5 lbs. and not exceeding 6 lbs., 2d. The packet must 
not contain anything written or printed in ordinary type, except title and con- 
tents, key to the type, and a label for return of the packet. It must bear on 
the outside the words "Literature for the Blind," and address of sender, 
and it must be posted either without a cover or in a cover open at both ends. 
Re-direction. 
Letters, post cards, printed parers, and newspapers are not liable to addi- 
tional postage for re-direction, whether re-directed by an officer of the Post 
Office or by an agent of the addressee after delivery, provided in the latter case 
that the letters, &c, are re-posted not later than the day (Sundays and public 
holidays not being counted) after delivery, and that they do not appear to 
have been opened or tampered with. 

Parcels are, when re-directed, liable to additional postage at the prepaid 
rate for each re-direction, except where the original and corrected addresses 
are both within a delivery from the same Post Office. 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 141 

Registered letters, &c, when re-directed, must be taken back to the 
Post Office to be dealt with as registered. 

A Postmaster is not bound to re-direct letters for a person temporarily 
leaving home (unless the house be left uninhabited), nor to re-direct letters 
addressed to clubs, hotels, boarding-houses, or lodgings. 

Money Orders. 

The commission on Inland Money Orders is : — For sums not exceeding 
£3— 4d ; £10— 6d ; £20— 8d ; £30— lOd ; £40— Is. 

The remitter of an Inland Order may dir ect at the time of issue, that the 
Order be crossed like a cheque thus, & Co., and thus be payable only through 
a Bank, or he may cross the Order after obtaining it. Payment may be 
deferred, if desired, for any period not exceeding 10 days. 

Money Orders for amounts not exceeding £40 are issued free of charge when 
required for the remittance of Beer Duty, Corporation Duty, Income Tax, 
Inhabited House Duty, Land Tax, Land Value Duties, Excise Duties, Legacy 
and Succession Duties, or Probate and Estate Duty. 

Money may be transmitted by Telegraph Money Order in the United King- 
dom. The commission is : — (1) The ordinary Money Order poundage as 
above ; (2) a charge at the ordinary Inland rate for the Official Telegram 
authorizing payment at the Office of Payment, the minimum being 9d ; and 
(3) a fee of 2d for each order. 

The Commission on Foreign Money Orders is as follows : — (a) For Orders 
payable in British Dominions, Colonies (except South Africa), Protectorates, 
&c. (including India, Aden and the Indian Postal Agencies, and Egypt and 
the Sudan), the British Postal Agencies in China, Morocco, and at Panama,, 
or in any of the following countries : — Belgium and Belgian Congo ; France 
and Algeria ; French Colonies — Dahomey, French Congo, French Guinea, 
French India, French Togoland, Ivory Coast, Madagascar, Mauritania, New 
Caledonia, Senegal and Upper Senegal, and Niger ; Italy and Italian Offices in 
Benadir, Eritrea, and Libya ; Japan with Corea, Formosa, Karafuto and 
Japanese Agencies in China and Manchuria ; Portugal (including Madeira and 
the Azores) ; Portuguese Colonies — Angola, Cape Verde Islands, Macao, 
Portuguese Guinea, Portuguese India, Timor and St Thomas, and Principe ; 
Roumania ; Russia (Murmansk and Archangel only) ; Tunis, 3d for every £1 
or fraction of £1 ; (b) For Orders payable in all Foreign Countries not 
mentioned under (a), 4d for every £1 or fraction of £1. 

Telegraph Money Orders may be sent to and from several Foreign 
Countries. The commission is : — Money Order poundage, charge for Tele- 
gram, and a supplementary fee of 6d or Is. 

Postal Orders. 
The following are the amounts for which Postal Orders are issued : 
For 6d, Is, Is 6d, &c, rising by 6d up to 21s. 
From 6d to 2s 6d inclusive, - poundage, Id. 
,, 3s to 15s ,, - ,, l^d. 

„ 15s 6d to 21s, „ - „ 2d. 

The sender of a Postal Order may increase its value by an amount not 
exceeding 5d by affixing postage stamps not exceeding three in number to the 
face of the Order. Perforated stamps cannot be accepted for this purpose. 
If a Postal Order be crossed, payment will only be made through a Banker, 
and if the name of a Banker is added, payment will only be made through 
that Banker. 

British Postal Orders are also issued and paid in many British Possessions 
and Agencies abroad. 



142 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

Foreign and Colonial Letters. 

The prepaid rate of postage on letters for the following Foreign Countries 
is 2|d for the first ounce, and l|d for each succeeding ounce : — Abyssinia, 
Algeria, Arabia (Hedjaz only), Argentine, Azores, Belgium and Belgian 
Congo, Bolivia, Brazil, Canary, Chili, China, Colombia, Corea, Crete, Cuba, 
Denmark, Dominica, Dutch Indies and Dutch Guiana, Faroe, Formosa, 
France and French Colonies, Greece, Greenland, Hayti, Holland, Honduras, 
Iceland, Italy, Japan, Liberia, Libya, Luxemburg, Madagascar, Madeira, 
Mexico, Montenegro, Morocco (except British Agencies), Nicaragua, Norway, 
Palestine, Panama, Paraguay, Persia, Peru, Porto Rico, Portugal and Portu- i 
guese Colonies, Roumania, Russia, Salvador, Serbia, Siam, Spain, Sweden, I 
Switzerland, Tunis, Uruguay, Venezuela. 

To British Possessions generally, United States, and British P.O. Agencies 
in Morocco, the letter rate is 2d for the first ounce, and Id for each succeed- 
ing ounce. This rate applies to Aden, Afghanistan, Ascension, Australia, 
Bahamas, Barbadoes, Bermuda, British East Africa and Uganda, British 
Guiana, British Honduras, British New Guinea, British Somaliland, British 
Cameroons, Canada, Ceylon, Cyprus, Egypt, Falkland Islands, Fiji, French 
India, German East Africa, Gibraltar, Gold Coast, Grenada, Hawaii, Hong 
Kong, India (British), Jamaica, Leeward Islands, Malay States, Malta, 
Mauritius, Mesopotamia, Morocco (British Agencies), Newfoundland, New 
Guinea, New Hebrides, New Zealand, Nigeria, North Borneo, Nyasaland, 
Persian Gulf, St Helena, St Lucia, St Vincent, Samoa (British), Sarawak, 
Seychelles, Sierra Leone, South Africa (British), Straits Settlements, Tibet, 
Trinidad, United States, Zanzibar. Dutiable articles must not be sent by 
Letter Post. 

No letter for a colony or foreign country may exceed 2 feet in length or 1 
foot in width or depth. Coupons exchangeable for stamps of the value of 25 
centimes (2^d) each (in many foreign countries) can be purchased at the 
Money Order Office at 3d each, for the prepaying of replies to letters. 

Foreign and Colonial Post Cards. 

Single Cards, Id each; Reply Cards, 2d each. (Official Inland Post 
Cards are transmissible abroad if the additional postage is supplied by postage 
stamps being affixed.) Cards used as Post Cards must be of similar substance 
to the official cards ; not exceeding 5| by 3| inches, and not less than 4 by 
2f inches. Reply -paid cards of private manufacture must display the title 
" Post Card " on the address side, but this is not obligatory for single cards 
of private manufacture. Reply halves of reply-paid cards must bear the 
words " Post Card— Great Britain and Ireland'' and " Reply." 

The left-hand half of the address side of a Post Card, as well as the back, 
may be used for a written communication subject to the following restric- 
tions: — Nothing may be attached except stamps inpayment of postage, a 
gummed label not to exceed 2 by f inches bearing address of recipient, a 
similar label with address of sender, and illustrations and photos on very thin 
paper completely adherent to the card. 

Foreign and Colonial Printed Papers and Commercial Papers. 
The rate of postage on Printed Papers for all places abroad is Jd per 2 oz., 
and on Commercial Papers 2^d for the first 10 oz. and ^d per 2 oz. thereafter. 
Commercial Papers comprise all papers or documents written 
or drawn wholly or partly by hand (except letters or communica- 
tions in the nature of letters, or other papers or documents having 
the character of an actual and personal correspondence), documents of 
legal procedure, Deeds by public functionaries, copies of or extracts 
from Deeds under private seal, stamped or unstamped, Way Bills, 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 143 

Bills of Lading, Invoices, Receipts for goods or money, and other 
documents of a mercantile character, documents of Insurance and 
other public companies, all kinds of manuscript music, manuscript of 
books and literary works, letters and post cards of old date which 
have already served their original purpose, pupils' exercises with cor- 
rections, but without comment, and other papers of a similar description. 
Printed Papers comprise impressions or copies obtained upon 
paper, parchment or card-board, by means of printing, lithography, 
engraving, photography, or any other mechanical process easy to recog- 
nize. This description includes newspapers, periodical works, books 
(stitched or bound), pamphlets, sheets of music, visiting cards, address 
cards, proofs of printing, plans, maps, catalogues, prospectuses, an- 
nouncements, circulars, notices, engravings, photographs, designs, 
manuscript for press (when sent with proofs of same), papers impressed 
for use of the blind, albums of photos, or card-board drawing models 
stamped in relief, and anything (not glass) usually appurtenant to the 
before-mentioned articles in the way of binding, mounting, or otherwise, 
and anything convenient for their safe transmission which shall be 
contained in the same packet. Postage stamps, obliterated or not, and 
all printed articles constituting the sign of a monetary value, are ex- 
cluded. The products of the copying press and the typewriter are not 
admitted, nor, as a rule, are printed papers which have been modified 
after printing, either by hand or by a mechanical process. But the 
following exceptions are allowed : — Printed circulars may be dated in 
manuscript or by a mechanical process, name and address of the 
sender and of the recipient, as well as his trade or profession, 
may be added ; on printed visiting cards and Christmas cards the 
address of the sender, or formulas of courtesy in not more than five 
words may be written, and on printed circulars manuscript cor- 
rections and insertions may be made as to names of commercial travel- 
lers, dates of journey, dates of departure of ships, names of persons 
invited to meetings, and the place, date, and object of the meetings ; 
date of despatch may be inserted in advices of goods ; printers' proofs 
may be corrected and the manuscript enclosed, errors in other printed 
documents may be corrected, and figures may be inserted in prices 
current, stock and share lists, &c. ; books, music, photos, engravings, and 
Christmas cards may contain the invoice relating to them ; books may 
have a dedication inscribed on them ; in orders for books printed on cards, 
the works required or offered may be indicated in manuscript ; to cuttings 
from periodicals, the title and date of the publication may be added. 
Circulars printed or lithographed in characters resembling those of the 
typewriter, or produced from typewritten originals, will be 
admitted, provided that they are handed in at the counter of 
Post Office, that special attention is called to their nature, and that afc 
least twenty copies are posted at the same time. 
Commercial Papers and Printed Papers may be posted either without a cover, 
or in an unfastened envelope, or in a cover easily removable for examination 
without breaking any seal or adhering surfaces. The packet may, however, 
be tied at the ends with string easy to unfasten. The name and address of 
the sender should be written or printed outside. 

The limit of size for British Colonies or Possessions or non-Union countries 
are 2 feet in length by 1 foot in width or depth ; but to Foreign Countries in 
the Postal Union the length is limited to 18 inches. If in the form of a roll the 
limits of size in either case are 30 inches in length and 4 inches in diameter. The 
limits of weight are from 4 lbs. to 5 lbs. according to destination. 



144 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

Foreign and Colonial Samples. 

The rate of postage on Sample rackets for all places abroad is Id for the first 
4 oz., and ^d per 2 oz. thereafter. The Sample Post is restricted to samples of 
merchandise or scientific specimens. Articles liable to Custom Duties may ba 
sent by Sample Post to certain countries only and under special regulations. 

Patterns or Samples, when practicable, must be sent in covers open at the 
ends, and in such a manner as to be easy of examination. But samples of 
seeds, drugs, and such like, may be posted enclosed in boxes or bags fastened 
in such a manner that they may be readily opened. 

There must be no writing or printing upon or in any Sample Packet for 
non-Union countries, except the address of the person for whom it is intended, 
the address of the sender, a trade mark or number, the price of the articles, 
the weight or size, and the quantity to be disposed of, or such as may be 
necessary to indicate the place of origin or the nature of the merchandise. A 
packet for a country in the Postal Union may contain Printed Papers, and if the 
rates for Commercial Papers be paid, it may also contain Commercial Papers. 

The limit of weight for British Colonies or Possessions or for non-Union 
countries is 5 lbs., but for Foreign Countries in Postal Union the limit is 12 oz. 

The limit of size for British Colonies or Possessions or for non-Union coun- 
tries is 2 feet in length by 1 foot in width or depth ; and for foreign places in 
the Postal Union 12 inches in length, 8 inches in width, or 4 inches in depth ; 
unless it be in the form of a roll, when the limit is 12 inches by 6 inches. 
Magazine Post for Canada and Newfoundland. 

British Newspapers, Magazines, and Trade Journals may be sent to Canada 
by direct Canadian packet, and to Newfoundlandby direct packet or by Canada, 
at the following rates :— 6 oz., Id ; lj lbs., l^d ; 2 lbs., 2d ; 2J lbs., 2|d ; and 
so on up to 5 lbs., 5d ; limit of size, 2 feet in length by 1 foot in width or depth. 
They must be posted without a cover or in a cover open at both ends and 
easily removable. Neither cover nor contents may bear any superscription 
except title and reference to registration, address of sender and addressee, index 
or reference numbers and letters, the words " with compliments," a reference 
to any rdace in the publication, and a request for return in case of non- 
delivery. All inland registered Newspapers are admissible ; and other 
Journals may be registered for Magazine Post under certain conditions. 
Spoilt Stamps. 

Applications for allowance on spoilt, or unused, postage stamps, embossed 
envelopes, post cards, or newspaper wrappers, which have not passed through 
the post, should be made at the Stamp Office. 

Registration and Insurance — Foreign. 

The fee for registration of letters, post cards, commercial and printed 
papers, and samples, addressed to places abroad, is 2d. Articles to be. 
registered must be enclosed in a strong envelope, and given to an agent of 
the Post Office. To some countries it is forbidden to send coin, jewellery, 
or precious articles. (For prices of Registered Letter Envelopes, see page 139.) 

Letters and parcels may be insured (up to certain limits of value) 
to many foreign countries. Letters must be securely fastened and sealed 
with private seal, and presented at the counter of a Post Office. Parcels 
must be substantially packed, and sealed with wax or lead. Seals must be 
placed over each join or loose flap of the covering, and at the ends of the 
string. The seals must all have distinct impressions of the same device, 
such device not consisting merely of straight or curved lines. Parcels con- 
taining coin, watches, or jewellery must be enclosed in strong boxes 
substantially fastened in wrappers of canvas or strong paper, duly sealed. 

Letters or parcels for insurance must bear the words " Insured for ," 

according to amount. The sums payable for insurance, including registra- 
tion, are as follows : — To secure compensation up to £12, a fee of 4d; £24, 
6d ; and so on at the rate of 2d for every additional £12, up to £400, 5s lOd. 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 145 

For the insurance of parcels to the United States by the semi-official 
service, the sums payable are as follows : — For £12, a fee of 6d ; £24, Is ; 
and so on at the rate of 6d for every £12, up to £120, 5s. 

Articles of gold and silver, precious stones, and jewellery (but not current coin, 
letters, bank notes, or securities) may be sent in the letter mails to Belgium 
(unmounted precious stones only), Denmark, Eg} r pt, France, Germany 
(territory occupied by Allied armies), Holland, Italy, Norway, Portugal, 
Eoumania, and Switzerland, as an " insured box." The box, strongly made 
of metal or wood, and having top and bottom covered with white paper, must 
be tied crosswise with a single strong string, sealed with private wax seal on the 
four sides. Limit of weight, 2 lbs. ; limits of size, 12 inches by 4 inches by 
4 inches. 

Compensation for Loss or Damage of Uninsured Parcels. 

The Postmaster-General will, subject to certain rules, give compensation for 
the loss or damage of uninsured parcels sent by Parcel Post to various Foreign 
Countries (to amounts not exceeding 12s and 20s) when such loss or damage 
takes place while the parcels are under his custody ; and in the case of parcels 
lost or damaged while under the control of the Post Offices of these countries, 
the Postmaster-General will endeavour to obtain compensation for the senders. 
Cash on Delivery Service. 

This arrangement for collecting from the recipient, for remittance to the 
sender, by Money Order or Postal Order, the value of articles sent by post, is 
in operation between Britain and the following countries : — Aden, Algeria, 
Bahamas (Nassau only), Barbados, Bermuda, British Guiana, British Honduras, 
Cayman Islands, Corsica, Ceylon, Cyprus, Egypt, Fiji, Gambia, Gibraltar, 
Grenada, Hong Kong, India, Jamaica, Leeward Islands, Mala}-, Malta, 
Mauritius, Morocco, North Borneo, Nyasaland, Rhodesia (Northern and 
Southern), St Lucia, St Vincent, Sarawak, Seychelles, Shanghai, Somaliland 
(British), Straits Settlements, Trinidad, Wei-hai-wei. The amount to be 
collected, or "Trade Charge," may not exceed£20or £40 according to destina- 
tion. Articles may be sent as parcels, insured letters, or registered packets. 
The sender must (a) write, on cover of packet, his name, address, and amount in 
British currency of Trade Charge in figures and words, and name of office on 
which payment is to be drawn (no erasure or alteration allowed) ; (6) fill up a 
" Request Form " ; (c) prepay a special fee by affixing 2d in stamps to Request 
Form. Ordinary postage and other charges must be prepaid in ordinary way. 

The packet must be handed in at a Post Office, where the sender must 
obtain a certificate of posting, which is to be given up when the Money Order 
or Postal Order is presented for payment. The amount of the Trade Charge 
will be remitted directly to the sender, after deduction of fee due to office of 
delivery, and commission on Money Order or Postal Order. Rates charged as fee 
and commission for the various countries may be ascertained at Post Office. 
Foreign and Colonial Parcel Post— general regulations. 

A parcel must not be posted in a letter box, but must be presented at the 
counter of a Post Office. The sender is required to make a Customs declara- 
tion furnishing a statement of the contents and value, the date of posting, 
and other particulars. Senders of parcels for certain countries may take 
upon themselves the payment of the Customs charges if they so desire. 

No letter whatever may be sent in a parcel addressed to any Foreign 
Country, or to many British possessions. Invoices in open envelopes may, 
however, be enclosed. Coin, jewellery, or any article of gold or silver, cannot 
be sent by Parcel Post to any Foreign Country or British Possession included 
in the insurance system, unless they are insured for at least part of their 
value, and packed according to special regulations. 

Parcels should be securely packed, and must, if for Foreign Countries, be so 
sealed that they cannot be opened without the seals being broken. 

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POSTAL DIRECTORY. 
COLONIAL AND FOREIGN PARCEL POST. 



Place of 


Route. 


Rates of Postage. 


Dates of Despatch 




Destination. 


Parcels not exceed'g 


from Dundee. 






3 lb. |7 lb. | 11 lb. 








S. D. 


S. D. 


S. D. 




Aden 


P. & 0. Line direct.. 


1 


2 


3 






Via France & P. &0. 


1 8 


2 8 


3 8 




Argentine Republic 


Royal Mail and Nel- 


2 


3 


4 






son Lines 






Australia 


By sea direct 


Not over lib. Is, for 
each addl. lb. up 
toll lbs., 6d 






Via France & thence 


Not over lib. Is8d, 






by P. & 0. Line 


for each addl. lb. 






up to 11 lbs., 6d 






Via France and Italy 


Not over lib. 2s, for 






and thence by 


each addl. lb. up 






Orient Line 


to 11 lbs., 6d 




Austria 


Via Germany 


1 7 


1 11 


2 3 




Belgium 


Daily 


1 


1 4 


1 9 




Brazil 


Ryl. Mail, Pacific & 
Stm. Navig'n, and 
Booth Lines 


2 6 


3 6 


4 6 




Canada 


By Direct Packet 


1 3 


2 7 


3 11 




Cape of Good Hope 


See S. Africa (Brit.) 










Ceylon 


P. & 0. Line 


1 


2 


3 






Via France & P. & 0. 


1 8 


2 8 


3 8 






Via France and Italy 


2 


3 


4 






and Orient Line 










China (Chin'e P.O.'s) 




2 


3 


4 






Siberian Route 


6 6 


6 6 


6 6 




China(Brit. Agencies) 




1 


2 






Cyprus 


P. &0. Line to Egypt 


1 


2 


3 




Denmark 


By sea direct 


1 


1 4 


1 7 






Via Norway 


1 7 


1 11 


2 3 




Dutch East Indies . . 




2 6 


3 3 


4 




Egypt 


By sea direct 


1 


1 9 


2 6 






Via France 


1 9 


2 3 


2 9 






Via France and Italy 


2 


2 6 


3 




France 


Via Havre 


1 


1 4 


1 7 




Germany 


Via Ostend 


1 2 


1 6 


1 10 




Gibraltar 


P. & 0. from Thames 


1 


2 


3 




Gold Coast Colony.. 


African and British 
and African Lines 


1 6 


2 6 


3 6 




Greece 


By sea direct 


1 4 


1 10 


2 4 






Via France 


2 4 


2 8 


3 




Holland 


Netherlands Mai: 
Pkts. via Flushing 


10 


1 2 


1 6 




Hong Kong 




1 


2 


3 




Hungary 


Via Belgium 


1 11 


2 3 


2 7 




India 


P. & 0. Line direct 


1 


2 


3 






Via France & P. & 0. 


1 8 


2 8 


3 8 




Italy 


Via France 

Via Belgium and 


1 6 


1 10 


2 2 






Switzerland 


2 2 


2 6 


2 10 




Jamaica 


By sea direct 


1 


2 


3 




Japan 


Via Canada 


2 


3 


4 






Via Russia 


6 


6 


6 




Luxemburg 


Via Belgium 


1 


1 4 


1 9 




Madeira 


Via Portugal 


1 4 


1 8 


2 




Malay States 




1 


2 


3 




Malta 


By sea direct 


1 


2 


3 




1 


Via France and Italy 


2 


3 


4 





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147 



Place of 
Destination. 


Route. 


Rates of Postage. 


Dates of Despatch 
from Dundee. 


Parcels not exceed'g 




31b. | 71b. 






i S. D. 


S. D. 


S. D. 




Mexico 


Direct j 1 8 


2 8 


3 8 




Natal 


See S. Africa (Brit.) j 








New Zealand 


New Zeal'd Shipping 1 4 
and Shaw, Savill,! 
and Albion Lines | 


2 8 


4 




Norway * 


Norwegian Mail Line 1 


1 4 


1 7 




Orange Free State . . 


See S. Africa (Brit.) 










Palestine 


Direct 


1 11 


2 7 


3 3 




Peru 


Via Magellan 


2 


3 


4 






Via Panama 


3 


4 6 


6 




Philippine Islands . . 


See U.S.A. Offi. Ser. 










Portugal 




1 4 


1 8 


2 






Via France and Spain 


1 11 


2 3 


2 7 




Rhodesia 


See South Africa 










Roumania 


Direct 


1 4 


1 8 


2 




Russia in Europe . . 


Via Norway 


2 2 


2 6 


2 10 




Serbia 


Via France 


2 2 


2 6 


2 10 






Via France and Italy 


2 9 


3 1 


3 5 




Sierra Leone 


African and British 












and African Lines 


10 2 3 




South Africa (Cape of 


Union Castle Line 


9d per lb. up to 11 lbs. 




Good Hope, Natal, 








Orange Free State, 








Transvaal) 








S. Rhodesia 


Via Cape Town 


l/4perlb.uptolllbs 






FromThamestoBeira 


3 14 15 






Via France and Aden 


4 | 5 1 6 




N. Rhodesia 


Via Cape Town 


l/8perlb. up to 11 lbs 






FromThamestoBeira 


3 6 15 17 6 






Via France and Aden 


4 6 | 6 | 8 6 




Br. Bechuanaland 


Via Cape Town 


9d per lb. up to 11 lbs 




S.W.Africa 


Via Cape Town 


Is per lb. up to 11 lbs 




Spain 


Via France 


1 6 


1 10 


2 2 




Straits Settlements 




1 


2 


3 




Sweden 


Swedish Lines 


1 2 


1 10 


2 6 






Via Norway 


1 11 


2 3 


2 7 






Via Ostend or Flush' g 


2 4 


2 8 


3 




Switzerland 


Via France 


1 4 


1 8 


2 






Via Belgium 


1 7 


1 11 


2 3 




Transvaal 


See South Africa 










U.S. of America 


Cunard & White Star 


1 3 


2 3 


3 3 




(Official Service) 


Lines 










(Semi - Official) 


Do. 


4 6 


5 6 


6 6 




U.S. of America 


Do. 


3 


4 


5 




(New York City, 












Brooklyn, Jersey 












City, Hoboken) 












Venezuela 


Leyland & Harrison 


2 8 


3 4 


4 




Venezuela 


Lines 










(Cuidad, Bolivar) 


Via Trinidad 


2 8 


3 4 


4 





Post Office Telegkaphs. — Inland Telegkams. 

The charge for telegrams throughout the United Kingdom is 9d for the 
first 12 words, and Jd for every additional word. Addresses are charged for. 

Forms with embossed stamps can be obtained either singly or in books of 
20, interleaved, and with a sheet of carbonic paper, price 15s 2d each book. 



148 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

When the terminal office is a Head Post Office, the amount paid for 
transmission covers the cost of delivery within three miles or within the town 
postal delivery when that extends for more than three miles. But when it is 
not a Head Post Office, the message is delivered free within three miles only. 
The porterage on messages for places beyond the limits of the free delivery 
will be at the rate of 3d a mile or part of a mile, the charge being reckoned 
from the limit of the free delivery. 

Copies of a telegram directed to more than one person in the same free 
delivery are delivered at a charge of threepence per copy, in addition to the 
ordinary telegram charges for the number of words in the addresses and text. 
Telegrams may be repeated, if the sender desires it, at one-half the ordinary ) 
tariff. 

Persons not wishing to send to a Telegraph Office may post a telegram in an 
envelope addressed "Telegram, Immediate" in a wall or pillar-box, or Sub- 
Post Office. Telegrams so posted are sent on by next collection to the 
Telegraph Office for transmission free of extra charge, provided that the 
proper amounts have been prepaid. 

No combination of words is counted as one, with the exception of those 
which are ordinarily written as one, or coupled by hyphens, as "mother-in- 
law," "forty-seven." Certain exceptional names, such as O'Neil, MacDonald, 
De la Eue, are charged for as single words. So, too, are names with the pre- 
fix " St," as StPancras ; but double names of persons, like Smith-Payne, are 
counted as two words. Abbreviations of words, "can't," "won't," "don't," 
are counted as single words. 

Figures are counted at the rate of five figures to a word. Fractions are 
counted according to the number of figures employed, one figure being added 
for the mark of division. In groups of figures a stop is counted as a figure. 
The symbols o/o, a/c, b/1, and c/o are each counted as one word. In ordinal 
numbers the affix st, nd, rd, or th is counted as two figures — thus "1st" 
counts as one word, " 1432nd " as two words. When figures are preceded or 
followed by a letter (except in the case of ordinal numbers), the letter is 
counted as a word, but letters added to figures to denote the number of a 
house are counted as figures. Initial letters are each counted as one word, 
with the exception of the initials of the London Postal Districts, which are 
counted as one word for each group. Names of towns and villages in the 
United Kingdom are counted as one word each, irrespective of the number of 
words of which they are composed. When necessary to add name of town or 
county to the name of a place to distinguish from another of the same name, 
the name of town or county is not charged. When words are underlined, or 
in parenthesis or inverted commas, one extra word is charged. One word 
each is charged for signs of punctuation. 

Anyone may register an abbreviated address on payment of a guinea 
a year. 

The cost of a reply, not exceeding forty-eight words, may be prepaid, and a 
reply form will then be delivered to the addressee, who will be at liberty to 
use it for any inland message, at any time within twelve months. 

Foreign Telegrams. 

In telegrams written in plain language (English or French) the length 
allowed for a word is 15 letters. Additional letters are charged for at the 
rate of 15 letters to the word. 

Subject to the limit as to number of letters, ordinary compound words anc 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 149 

names of persons and places, &c, written without break or interruption, are 
counted as single words. If joined by a hyphen, or separated by an apostrophe, 
they are counted as so many separate words. Compound numbers written in 
words and without break are also counted as single words subject to the same 
limit as to the number of letters. The name of the office of destination in the 
address is charged for as one word whatever its length ; and when the name 
of the country, state, province, or district has to be added the whole expression 
is charged for as one word. Every separate letter or figure is charged for as 
one word. Groups of letters in cypher and groups of figures are counted at 
the rate of five to a word. Bars of division, decimal points, and stops used 
in the formation of numbers are counted as figures. Letters added to figures 
to form ordinal numbers are counted as figures. 

Telegrams in Code language must be written in one of the authorised codes. 
Telegrams in private code or in cypher language cannot be accepted meantime. 



Night Telegraph Letter Service. 

Night Telegraph Letters may be sent between any two towns in which the 
Head Telegraph Offices are open always for delivery by the first post the next 
morning — including Sundays if there is a Sunday delivery. The rate is 9d 
for 36 words or less, and ^d for every 3 words beyond 36. 

Night Telegraph Letters must be in plain language. They should be 
written on telegram forms and the charges prepaid in postage stamps. They 
may be handed in at or telephoned to the Head Office of the town before 
midnight, or posted in time to reach it by midnight, prepaid at the above rate, 
in an envelope marked simply "Telegraph Letter." They may not bear 
multiple addresses ; and registered telegraphic addresses will not be 
accepted. 



TABLE OF CHARGES FOR FOREIGN TELEGRAMS. 

European Telegrams from any Part of the United Kingdom. 





s. 


d. 




s. 


d. 




s. d. 


Albania each word 


H 


Greece 





5i 


Rhodes 


6 


Algeria 





2^ 


Greek Islands 





6 


Roumania 


4 


Austria 





3^ 


Holland 





2 


Russia 


5£ 


Azores 





9 


Hungary 





4 


Russia Caucasus . . 


1 


Belgium 





2 


Iceland 





4 


Serbia 


3i 


Eosnia Herzegovina 





H 


Italy 





2A- 


Slavonia 


3£ 


Bulgaria 





4* 


Libya 





7 


Spain 


3 


Canary Islands . . 





5 


Lithuania 





5| 


Spitzbergen 


6 


Crete 





6 


Luxemburg 





2* 


Sweden 


1\ 


Croatia 





U 


Malta 





4 


Switzerland 


2J 


Dalmatia .. 





3| 


Montenegro 





3J 


Tcheco Slovakia . . 


Z\ 


Denmark 





2.V 


Morocco — 






Trentino 


2£ 


Esthonia 





5j 


Tangier 





4 


Trieste 


2£ 


Faroe Islands 





3 


Spanish Possessions 


3 


Tunis 


2£ 


Finland 





4 


Other places . . 





04 


Turkey 


6 


France 





2 


Norway 





2* 


Vestman Islands . . 


4 


Germany 





3 


Poland 





3| 


West Africa — 




Gibraltar . . 





3 


Portugal . . 





3 


French . . l/4£ & 1 7£ 



150 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 



EXTRA-EUBOPEAN TELEGRAMS. 

Telegrams in plain language are accepted at the ' ' Deferred Rate" on condition that they 

may, if necessary, be deferred during transmission in favour of Full-Rate Telegrams. 





Ordnry. 


Deferr'd 




Ordnry. 


Deferr'd 




Rate. ^ 


Rate. 




Rate, 


Rate. 


Aden each word 


2s. Od. 


Is. Od. 


Honduras, British 


2 6 




Annam 


3/- & 3/6 


1/6 & 1/9 


Independent 


3 4 




Argentine Republic 


2 6 


1 3 


India 


1 8 


o'io 


Ascension 


2 


1 


Japan 


3 11 


1 Hi 


Australia 


3 


1 6 


Madagascar 


2 8 


1 4 


Bahamas 


2 5 


1 2J 


Madeira 


1 


6 


Bermuda 


2 6 


1 3 


Malay Peninsula 


2/10-3/9 


1 5 


Bolivia 


2 9 


1 4J 


Mauritius 


2 


1 


Brazil— Pernambuco . . 


1 7 


o H 


Mesopotamia 


2 3 


i i'i 


Other places 


2/4 to 5/- 


1/2 - 2/6 


Mexico — Mexico 


2 1 




British New Guinea 


3 2 


1 7 


Vera Cruz 


2 




Burma ,, 


1 8 


10 


Other places 


1/6 - 2/4 




Canada — 






New Caledonia 


3 8 


1 10 


Alberta 


1 6 


o n 


New Zealand 


2 8 


1 4 


British Columbia 


1/6 to 3/2 


7id-l/5i 


Nicaragua 


3/1 to 3/4 




Cape Breton 


1 


4i 


Norfolk Island 


2 8 


1 4 


Manitoba 


1 5 


7 


Palestine 


1 


6 


New Brunswick, Nova 






Panama Republic — 






Scotia, Ontario, 






Colon and Panama . . 


2 8 


1 4 


Prince Edward Isl'd, 






Other places 


2/9 to 3/6 


l/4i-l/9 


Quebec 


1 C 


4i 


Paraguay 


2 6 


1 3 


Saskatchewan 


1 6 


7| 


Persia 


2 9 


1 4i 


Yukon 


2/9 to 3/2 


l/3-l/5| 


Persian Gulf 


2/2 & 2/6 


1/1 to 1/3 


Newfoundland —Labra- 






Peru 


2/9 to 3/9 


V*i.2/4i 


dor 


1 2 


6J 


Philippine Islands 


3/6 to 4/3 


1/9 to 2/6 


Other places 


1 


4£ 


St Helena 


2 


1 


Cape Verd Islands — 






St Pierre and Miquelon . . 


1 


4J 


St Vincent 


2 2 


1 1 


Salvador 


3/1 to 3/4 




St Thiago 


3 1 


1 6J 


Samoa 


3 8 




Ceylon 


1 8 


10 


Sandwich Islands 


2/7 & 3/2 




Chili— Punta Arenas . . 


2 6 


1 3 


Seychelles Islands 


2 


i"o 


Other places 


2 9 


1 4i 


Siam 


2/10 - 3/6 




China — Macao 


3 9 


i m 


South Africa — 






Other places 


3 6 


1 9 


Union of South Africa 


2 


1 


Cochin China 


3 


1 6 


Rhodesia (Northern). . 


2 5 


1 2i 


Colombia-Buenaventura 


2 9 


1 4| 


Rhodesia (Southern) . . 


2 2 


1 1 


Other places 


3 5 


1 7 


South-West Africa . . 


2 2 


1 1 


Costa Rica 


3 4 




Tahiti 


4 2 




Cyprus 


1 


o"e 


Tonquin 


3 


i"*4 


Dutch E. Indies . . 


3 2 


1 7 


United States- 






East Africa — British 


2 3 


i H 


Alaska 


2 7 




Do. formerly Germar 


2 6 


1 3 


Alabama, Carolina, 






Erythrea 


1 6 


9 


Georgia, Illinois, In- 






Other places . . 


2/- to 3/ 


1/3 to 1/6 


d i a n a, Kentucky, 






Zanzibar 


2 


1 


Michigan, Missis- 






Ecuador 


2 9 


1 4£ 


sippi, Ohio, Tennes- 






Egypt — Alexandria 


1 


6 


see, Virginia, Wis- 






Souakim 


1 4 


8 


consin 


1 3 


6 


Other places — 






Arkansas, Colorado, 






1st Region . . 


1 


6 


Dakota, Indian Ter- 






2nd Region . . 


1 1 


6£ 


ritory, Iowa, Kansas, 






3rd Region . . 


1 4 


8 


Montana, Nebraska, 






Falkland Islands 


3 11 


1 Hi 


New Mexico, Okla- 






Fiji Islands 


2/8 - 2/11 


l/4-l/5i 


homa, Texas, Wyo- 






Formosa 


3 11 


1 Hi 


ming 


1 5 


7 I 


Guatemala 


3/1 & 3/4 


.. 


Arizona, California 






Guiana, British . . 


2 6 


1 3 


Idaho, Nevada 


1 6 


7 


Dutch 


6 9 




Oregon, Utah, Wash- 






French 


5 10 




ington Territory . . 


1 6 


7J 



POSTAL DIRECTORY, 



151 





Ordnry 


Deferr'd 




Ordnr'y 


Deferr'd 




Rate. 


Rate. 




Rate. 


Rate. 


United States— contd. 








West Africa— contd. 






Connecticut, Maine, 








British Possessions — 






Massachusetts, New 








Sierra Leone 


2/6 & 2/9 


1/3, 1/4| 


Hampshire, Rhode 








Belgian Congo 


2/9 & 3/1 


l/4£,l/6£ 


Island, Vermont . . 


Is. Od. 


Os. 


Hd. 


Cameroons 


4 4 


2 2 


Columbia, Delaware, 








French Possessions . . 


2/11- 4/8 1/5J -2/4 


Maryland, Penn- 








PortuguesePossessions 


4/8 to 5/6 


2/4 to 2/9 


sylvania 


1 2 





H 


Togoland 


3 3 


i n 


Florida— Pensacola . . 


1 3 





6 








Key West 


1 6 





n 


West Indies- 






Other places 


1 5 





7 


Antigua, Barbados, Do- 






Louisiana-New Orleans 


1 3 





6 


mi nica, Grenada, 






Other places 


1 5 





7 


Jamaica, Montserrat, 






Minnesota — Duluth, 








St Kitts, St Lucia, 






Minneapolis, St Paul, 








St Vincent, Tobago, 






Winona 


1 3 





6 


Trinidad, Turks Is- 






Other places 


1 5 





7 


land 


2 6 


1 3 


Missouri — St Louis . . 


1 3 





6 


Aruba 


7 2 




Other places 


1 5 





7 


Bonaire 


7 2 




New Jersey — Hoboken, 








Cuba — 






Jersey City 


1 





4£ 


Havana 


1 8 


10 


Other places 


1 2 





5£ 


Other places 


1 10 


11 


New York — New York 








Curacoa 


6 9 




and vicinity 


1 





4£ 


Guadeloupe 


4 4 




Other places 


1 2 





5i 


Hayti 


3/6 & 3/8 




Uruguay 


2/6 & 2/9 


1/3, 


1/41 


Les Saintes 


4 4 




Venezeula 


5 






Marie Galante . . 
Martinique 


4 4 
4 4 




West Africa 








Porto Rico 


2 8 




British Possessions — 








St Croix 


3 1 




Bathurst 


2 6 


1 


3 


San Domingo 


4 4 




Gold Coast, Nigeria, 


3 


I 


6 


St Thomas 


3 1 





Radiotelegrams. 

Ship Service Messages. — Radiotelegrams relating to the safety or working 
of the ship to which they are addressed, and sent by the Owners or Agents of 
the ship (Ship Service Messages), are accepted at any Telegraph Office for 
transmission to ships equipped with wireless telegraph apparatus. 

Private Eadiotelegrams. — Radiotelegrams concerning the private affairs of 
individuals or firms are also accepted for transmission to merchant ships in 
all waters except the following : — Baltic, Black Sea, and Sea of Marmora. 

Address. — The address of a radiotelegram should contain (1) the name of 
the addressee ; (2) the name of the ship, prefixed "steamship" when there 
is a risk of the name of the ship being confused with the name of a Telegraph 
Office ; and (3) the name of the coast station through which the sender wishes 
the radiotelegram to be sent. (The Post Office cannot give any assistance in 
the choice of the coast station. ) 

Radiotelegrams for Delivery by Post. — Eadiotelegrams can also be sent to 
a ship in any waters, except those specified in the paragraph headed " Private 
Radiotelegrams," to be posted as letters at a port of call. A charge of 2Jd is 
made for postage, in addition to the ordinary radiotelegraph charges. 

Eadiotelegrams from Ships. — In the case of a radiotelegram from a ship, 
the word "Eadio" appears (as an indication of the manner in which the 
message has been transmitted) in the delivered copy in the space provided for 
the name of the office of origin, together with the name of the coast station 
through which the radiotelegram has been sent, and the name of the ship on 
which it originated. 



152 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

Inland Revenue Stamps, &c. 
The following Inland Revenue Stamps :— Bill Stamps, Bankruptcy Stamps, 
Patent, Design, and Trade Mark Stamps and Forms, Dog and Gun Licenses, 
may be purchased at the Post Office. 

Air Mail Services. 

London to Paris. — There are two air services to Paris, leaving Croydon 
at 9.30 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. daily, except Sundays. The 9.30 a.m. despatch 
benefits chiefly letters posted over night, whether in London or in the pro- 
vinces, for Paris, which should reach the addressees in the early afternoon if 
prepaid for express delivery, and in the afternoon or evening if not so prepaid. 
The 4.30 p.m. despatch benefits chiefly letters from London for Paris and for 
places bej'ond Paris. Letters for express delivery may be delivered in Paris 
the same night, and others by first post next morning. 

Unregistered letters, postcards, packets of printed papers and commercial 
papers and samples may be sent, but not parcels or insured correspondence. 

Fees. (1) Ordinary foreign postage. 

(2) An air mail fee of 2s[per oz. 

(3) An express fee of 6d per packet when express delivery is required. 
These fees must be prepaid in postage stamps affixed to the packet. Unregis- 
tered packets should be posted in the ordinary way, enclosed in an outer 
cover addressed to "the Postmaster, Croydon." Both covers must be pro- 
minently marked in left-hand top corner " Air Mail," or, if express delivery 
is desired, "Air Mail Express." The postage must be affixed to inside cover. 

London to Amsterdam. — There is one air service to and from Amsterdam 
daily, except Sundays ; leaving the London Aerodrome at about 4 p.m. and 
the Amsterdam Aerodrome at about 3 p.m., and due at the respective 
terminal Post Offices at about 7.30 p.m. and 6.30 p.m. Exjjress air mail 
packets for Amsterdam and Rotterdam should normally be delivered the 
same evening, and non-express air mail packets for these places and for the 
rest of Holland by first post on the following morning. As letters sent by 
the ordinary night mail from London are not delivered anywhere in Holland 
until the following afternoon or evening, the air mail will normally be 
quicker by the greater part of a business day, and by the use of the air mail 
in both directions it will be possible to obtain from Amsterdam a reply to a 
letter from London within about thirty hours. 

Unregistered letters, postcards, packets of printed papers, and commercial 
papers and samples may be sent, but not parcels or insured packets. 

Fees. (1) Ordinary foreign postage. 

(2) An air mail fee of 3d per oz. 

(3) An express fee of 6d perpacket when express delivery is required. 
These fees must be prepaid in postage stamps affixed to the packet. Unregis- 
tered packets should be posted in the ordinary way. The cover must be pro- 
minently marked in left-hand top corner "Air Mail,'"' or, if express delivery 
is desired, "Air Mail Express." 

POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK.— The Post Office acts as a Bank for 
Savings throughout the United Kingdom. In every town and in almost every 
village small savings may be paid in at the Post Office. The money will be 
held in safety by the Government, will earn interest, and, when required, 
may be drawn out again through the local Post Office wherever the owner 
may be. 

Home Safes can be obtained at all Post Office Savings Banks. The Safe is 
a small steel box in which coins may be placed for subsequent deposit in the 
Savings Bank ; it is locked when issued, but every Savings Bank Office keeps 
a key which will open it when presented for the purpose of having the con- 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 153 

tents placed to the credit of the holder. The charge for the Safe is 3s. Of 
this amount Is is a registration fee and is not repayable, but the balance o 
2s will be repaid if the Safe be given up in good condition. 

Forms to which stamps may be affixed are supplied at Post Offices for the 
assistance of children and others unable to save more than a penny or two at 
a time. 

Special facilities are provided for assisting managers of Penny Banks, and 
for the saving of pence by children attending elementary schools. Infor- 
mation on the subject will be furnished on application to the Controller of 
the Savings Bank. 

Special facilities are also afforded to depositors in the Post Office Savings 
Bank for making investments in Government Stock, for purchasing Annuities, 
and for effecting Life Insurances. 

TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH ADVISORY COMMITTEE.— From 
Chamber of Commerce, W. Norman Boase, J. Ernest Cox, Joseph Philip, 
William Rettie ; from Town Council, Hospitalmaster Ramsay, J. M. Soutar, 
John Ogilvie, W. H. Blyth Martin ; from Harbour Board, H. Giles Walker ; 
from Faculty of Procurators, H. A. Pattullo : from Stock Exchange Associa- 
tion, Jas. B. Falconer ; from Newspaper Proprietors, N. A. Pattullo, D. C. 
Thomson ; Secretary, George R. Donald, 3 Bank street. 

POST OFFICE TELEPHONES.— Secretary for Scotland, Brig. -General 
W. Price, C.B., Edinburgh. Exchanges in Dundee, Broughty Ferry, Monifieth, 
Newport, Wormit, Tayport, Cupar, St Andrews, Carnoustie, Downfield, 
Invergowrie, Perth, Crieff, Comrie, Scone, Newburgh, Abernethj', Stanley, 
Methven, Bridge of Earn, &c. District Manager, William Brown, 13 Panmure 
street ; Contract Manager, D. J. Meikleham, 23 Panmure street. 

Call Offices. — Dundee — 205 Albert street, 25 Constitution road, 28 Dun- 
donald street, East Station, Eastern Wharf, Fish Dock, 34 Forfar road, 76 
Hawkhill, 142 and 266 Hilltown, Lochee road (Tramway Shelter), 125a 
Nethergate, 21 Park avenue, 272 Perth road, 4 Polepark road, Post Office 
(Meadowside), Princes street, 26 Reform street, 96 Rosebank street, 70 
Strathmartine road, Tay Bridge Station, 3 Wellgate, West Station. 
Lochee. — Post Office. Invergowrie.— Mylnefieldfeus. Broughty Ferry.— 
Post Office, Barnhill Station, Broughty Ferry Station, Castle street, Dundee 
road. Gauldry.— Post Office. Newport.— East Station, Union street, 
West Station. Wormit.— Newburgh road. Tayport.— Post Office, Station. 
Downfield. — Neilson place, Car Terminus (Tramway Shelter). Monifieth. 
— High street, Station. Monikie. — Post Office. Carnoustie.— Post Office, 
Brown street, Dundee street, Lochty street, Carnoustie and Barry Stations. 

The Use of Telephones for Sending Telegrams and Express Letters. 
— Any subscriber to a Telephone Exchange may telephone messages to many 
Post Offices, so that these messages may be dealt with as Telegrams or 
Express Letters or Ordinary Letters ; and Telegrams may be delivered by 
telephone instead of by messenger (if the subscriber has a registered telegraphic 
address). Telegrams may also be addressed to the telephonic addresses of 
Exchange subscribers for delivery by telephone. The address must comprise 
the subscriber's name, thus— "Jones, Midland 245, Birmingham," or "Jones, 
Hull 245." 

An Express Letter telephoned to a Post Office is delivered for the usual 
Express Delivery fee if it does not contain more than 30 words, including the 
address. If it exceeds that number, each additional 30 words, or part 
thereof, is charged for as a separate Express Letter. Any subscriber to a 
Telephone Exchange may obtain the services of an express messenger by 
telephoning to the nearest Post Office. 



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POSTAL DIRECTORY. 
ARRIVAL OF MAILS— POST OFFICE, DUNDEE. 



155 



Arrivals from 



Aberdeen, 

London Day Mail, England, Edinburgh, Falkirk, Greenock, \ 

Glasgow, Perth, Highlands, and South of Scotland, . . / 

Belfast, Leeds, London, Edinburgh, and South of Scotland, \ 

Newcastle, York, and England generally, / 

Carlisle, Inverness, Perth, Highlands, ) 

London Night Mail, England, Birmingham, Liverpool, > 

Manchester, Crewe, Preston, ) 

N.E. of England, Kirkcaldy, Ladybank, and York, 

Forfar, 

Broughty Ferry, Carnoustie, Monifieth, 

Belfast, Perth, 

Aberdeen, Arbroath, Montrose, 

Tayport, Wormit, 

Edinburgh, London, 

St Andrews, 

Newport, Fife, 

Glasgow, Perth, England Midland Counties, 

Cupar, Dunfermline, Edinburgh, 

Broughty Ferry, Carnoustie, Monifieth, 

Crieff, Invergowrie, Longforgan, Stirling, 

Broughty Ferry, Carnoustie, Monifieth, 

Tayport, Wormit, 

Perth, 

Aberdeen, Arbroath, Montrose 

Brechin, Forfar, Kingennie, Kirriemuir, Monikie, 

Alyth, Blairgowrie, Newtyle, Meigle, 

Cupar, Dunfermline, Edinburgh, Glasgow, St Andrews,) 

Ireland, Kirkcaldy, Lac^bank, Leven, j" 

Edinburgh, York, 

Glasgow, Perth, 

Broughty Ferry, Carnoustie, Monifieth, Newport, 

Errol, Invergowrie, Longforgan, 

Aberdeen, 

Meigle, Newtyle, 

Arbroath, Bro. Ferry, Carnoustie, Monifieth,- Tayport, Wormit, 

Newport, Fife, 

Kirkcaldy, Leuchars, St Andrews, 

Aberdeen, Arbroath, Montrose, 

Glasgow, Perth, Stirling, 

Brechin, Forfar, Kirriemuir, Broughty Ferry, 
Cupar, Edinburgh, Ladybank, London, Newcastle, 

Glasgow, 

Carnoustie, 

Blairgowrie, Highland, Perth 

Anstruther, 

Dunfermline, Edinburgh, Kirkcaldy, London, 
Arbroath, 



Hour of 
Arrival. 



A.M. 

1 45 



5 52 

7 53 

8 44 

8 48 

9 12 
9 32 
9 43 
9 46 

10 8 
10 20 

10 50 

11 30 

11 53 
P.M. 

12 29 
12 37 

1 56 

1 59 

2 7 

2 47 

3 15 
3 28 

3 18 

3 45 

4 5 

4 55 

5 2 
5 36 

5 55 

6 7 
6 50 

6 24 

7 9 
7 22 
7 54 

7 57 

8 42 

9 9 
9 20 
9 32 
9 47 

10 23 



1 Hour of 
I Delivery. 



10 15 



> P.M. 
2 



P.M. 
4 15 



A.M. 

7 



156 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 



Latest Time 
for Posting-. 


3 10 A.M. 


4 45 , 




5 15 , 

6 30 , 

9 , 
9 15 , 




*10 15 , 




11 15 , 

12 15 P. 

tl 45 , 
2 15 , 
2 15 , 


M. 


t3 , 




3 30 , 




4 , 

5 , 




J6 , 




7 , 




§7 30 , 




9 15 , 
10 , 




6 30 A.M. 
9 „ 


2 P.M. 


t3 30 , 





DESPATCHES. 



Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Scotland generally, 

Broughty Ferry, Carnoustie, Monifieth, Newport, Tayport, Wormit, ~1 

Aberdeen, Arbroath, Montrose, .. .. .. / 

Fife, Monikie, Kingennie, Invergowrie, Longforgan, 

London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, England generally, Foreign, Si Andrews. 

Perth, Invergowrie, 

Edinburgh, England, Aberdeen, Arbroath, 

Broughty Ferry, Carnoustie, Monifieth, Stirling, Glasgow, West of \ 

Scotland, . . . . . . . . . . . . / 

Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Montrose, Brechin, Tayport, Wormit, 

Dunfermline, Leven, Kirkcaldy, Ladybank, 

Glasgow, Forfar, Perth, Stirling, Blairgowrie, 

Edinburgh, North-East England, St Andrews, Cupar, 

Carnoustie, Broughty Ferry, Monifieth, 

London, England (except North-East), Ireland, Aberdeen, Arbroath,) 

Montrose, .... . . : . . . . f 

Alyth, Coupar Angus, Kirriemuir, Meigle, Newtyle, Newport, \ 

Tayport, Wormit, Edinburgh, Ladybank, . . . . / 

Glasgow, West of Scotland, 

Edinburgh, South-East of Scotland, Dunfermline, Leven, 
London, England. Wales, Ireland, Foreign, Edinburgh, Glasgow, \ 

Perth, Scotland (West, South- West, South-East), . . . . / 

Aberdeen, Arbroath, 
All England, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth, Paisley, Oban, Stirling, \ 

Scotland (South-East, South-West), Ireland, . . . . / 

North of Scotland generally, Forfar, Brechin, Kirriemuir, Montrose, . . 
Stirling, . . 



SUNDAY. 

Broughty Ferry, Carnoustie, Monifieth, 

Aberdeen, Arbroath, Montrose, 

London, England (Midlands and West Coast), Foreign, Glasgow,! 

Scotland (West and South-West), . . . . \ . / 

London, England generally, Foreign, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Scotland) 

South-West and South-East), . . . . . . . . / 



* Late fee, 10 mins. longer, t Late fee, 15 mins. longer. § Late fee, 30 'mins. longer. 
% Late fee, 35 mins. longer 

Sunday— Letters Registered from 12.15 p.m. till 1.15 p.m. 



Box Closing for Town Deliveries— 6.45 a.m., 10 a.m., 1.45 p.m., 4 p.m. 



POSTAL DIRECTORY 



157 



COLLECTION OF LETTERS FROM PILLAR AND WALL BOXES. 



Ancrum Road, 
Ann Street, 150, . . 
Arklay Street (Top), 
Blackness Rd., 314.. 
Blackscroft, 
Caledonian Rty. Stn. 
Carolina Pt. (Spghll), 
Church Street, L'hee. 
C'nstitutionRd .(Top) 
Constitution Rd., 61, 
Coupar Angus Road, 
Cowgate, 18, . . 
Cox St., Downfield, 
Craigie Terrace, 
Dalkeith Road, 
Dock Street, 17, . . 
,, ,, (Custonihse) 
Downfield Road, . . 
Dudhope Church, . . 
East Station, 
Erskine Terrace, . . 
Glamis Road, 
Hawkhill, 123, 
Hawkhill, 190, 
High Street, Pillars, 
High Street, Lochee, 
Hilltown (Foot), ... 
Inverary Terrace, . . 
Kinnaird Street, 2, . . 
Law Street, 
Lift 3 Road, Lochee, . . 
Lintrathen Gardens, 
Magdalen Green, 53, 
Magdalen Yd. Rd., 31 
Mains Road, 
Milnbank Road, 93, 
Moncur Crescent, . . 
Muirfield Street, . . 
Nethergate, 63, 
North Church Street 
Newport Boat, 
North Lindsay St. 
Osborne Place, 
Park Avenue, 
Perth Road, . . 
Pitkerro Road, 
Pitalpin St., Lochee, 
Provost Road (Top), 
Roseangle(Top), .. 
Royal Exchange, . . 
Scouringburn 
Shamrock Street, . . 
South Road, Lochee 
Stannergate, 
Tay Bridge Station, 
Tay Street, North, . . 
Victoria Road, 100, . . 
Westfield Place, 
Westgrove Avenue. 
Westpark Road, 
Windsor Street, 26, .. 



I. 


A.M. 


A.M. 


l 8 30 


11 45 


o:s 30 


11 45 


8 30 




8 30 


11 45 


0|8 30 


11 45 


0,8 30 


11 45 


OS 30 


11 15 


8 30 


11 30 


8 30 


11 45 


08 30 


11 45 


08 


11 30 


08 30 


11 45 


08 30 


— 


7 30 


— 


8 30 


— 


8 30 




08 30 




8 30 


— 


018 30 


11 45 


08 30 




! 8 30 




0,8 30 


11 


08 30 


11 45 


o;s 30 


11 45 


0.8 30 


11 45 


0|8 30 


11 30 


08 30 


11 45 


0!8 30 


11 45 


8 30 


11 45 


0'8 30 


11 45 


08 30 


11 30 


8 30 


11 30 


08 30 


11 30 


0|8 30 


11 30 


8 30 


11 45 





8 30 


11 45 





8 30 


11 45 





8 30 


— 





8 30 


11 45 





8 30 


11 45 




8 45 


10 





8 30 


11 45 





7 45 


11 30 





8 30 


11 45 





8 30 


11 45 





— 


10 





8 30 


10 45 





8 30 


— 





8 30 


— 





8 15 


— 





8 30 


11 45 





8 30 


— 





8 30 


10 30 




7 30 


— 





8 


11 45 





8 30 







8 30 


11 45 





8 30 


11 30 


8 30 


11 30 


8 30 


11 





8 30 


11 45 



Noon 

Noon 



Noon 
12 30 



12 15 
Noon 
Noon 

12 30 



— Noon 



P.M. 'P. 

— 3 
1 45 2 

— 2 
1 30 - 
1 45 2 
1 45 2 
1 45 2 



2 03 
102 
1 30 - 

1 45 - 

2 03 
2 03 
1 30 3 

1 45 2 

2 03 
2 - 

1 45 2 

1 45 2 

2 ■ 3 

1 45 2 
1 45 - 

1 45 ! 2 

2 01 - 



.M. P.M. 

5 15 
3 45 5 



3 45 
3 45 
3 45 
3 45 



3 45 

3 45 

4 
4 

3 45 

4 
3 45 
3 15 
3 45 

3 45 

4 

3 45 
3 45 
3 45 
3 45 



5 

5 

5 

5 

5 



1 45 
1 45 
1 45 
1 45 



2 
2 

1 45 

2 



1 45 

2 
1 30 
1 45 



45 3 45 
45 3 45 
45 3 45 
45 3 45 
3 45 



3 
3 

2 45 



3 45 

3 45 



4 

3 45 
3 45 



5 
5 

4 45 

5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 30 
5 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 

4 45 

5 
5 
5 
5 

4 45 

5 











5 

5 30 

5 



4 45 

5 
5 
5 



5 




•4 
4 
3 45 
3 45 5 

45 3 45 5 
3 45 5 
30 3 45 ! 5 
45 3 45J5 
16 — J — 
8 15 — — 
J 2 45 3 455 



P.M. P.M. P.M. 

6 45 — 8 30 
8 30 



30 



6 30 



6 30 
6 30 



7 



6 30 
6 30 
6 30 



7 30 
7 30 



7 4; 



7 30 



Sun. 
Noon 
Noon 



8 30 Noon 
8 30 Noon 



8 30 
8 30 
8 30 



8 30 



Noon 
Noon 



Noon 
Noon 



8 30 



8 30! Noon 
Noon 
Noon 

8 30 Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 



8 45 
S 45 
8 45 
8 30 
8 30 
8 30 
8 30 
8 30 
S 30 
8 30 
8 30 
8 30 
8 30 
8 30 
8 30 
8 30 



30 
30 

8 
30 
30 

8 30 

30 

30 

8 30 



Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 

Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 



Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 



Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 



Deliveries — 7 a.m., 10.15 a.m., 2 p.m., and 4.15 p.m. 



158 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 



BROUGHTY FERRY POST OFFICE, Queen street, Broughty Ferry.— 
Postmaster, "William AYishart. Mails — Despatches — Box closes for Dundee 
and other places generally at 8.30 a.m. ; London and South, 1.15 p.m. and 
5.15 p.m. ; General, 7.15 p.m. Parcels for same despatches accepted 
1, 5, and 7 p.m. Deliveries, 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. Delivery to Callers, 11.30 
to 12.30. Sunday Despatch, 1.45 p.m. ; arrival, 7.45 a.m. Delivery to Callers, 
9 to 10 a.m. 

On Sunday the Office is open for sale of Stamps and Telegraph business 
from 9 till 10 a.m. On Week-days the Office is open for general Postal and 
Telephone business from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. 



BROUGHTY FERRY- 
BOXES. 



-COLLECTION OF LETTERS FROM ¥A 



LL 



Abertay Street, . . 
Barnhill P.O., 
Camperdown Street, 
Oamphill, . . 
Castle Street, 
Duntrune Terrace, 
Ellieslea Road, 
Forthill Road, 
Harecraig-, . . 
King Street, 
Monifieth Road, 
Railway Station, 
St Vincent Street, 
Seafield, . . 
West Ferry P.O., 
Westfield Road, 





A.M. 




7 




7 




7 30 




7 




7 




7 45 




7 45 




7 30 




7 45 




8 15 




7 




7 15 




7 15 




7 30 




8 




8 15 



A.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 


11 45 


2 


3 30 


Noon 


2 


3 45 


12 30 p.m. 


2 45 


4 15 


11 45 a.m. 


2 


3 30 


12 15 p.m. 


2 15 


3 45 


12 45 


2 45 


4 15 


12 45 


2 45 


4 15 


12 30 


2 45 


4 15 


12 45 


3 


4 30 


1 


3 15 


4 45 


Noon 


2 15 


3 45 


12 15 p.m. 


2 30 


4 


12 15 


2 30 


4 


12 30 


2 45 


4 15 


1 


3 


4 30 


1 


3 15 


4 45 



P.M. 

5 45 

5 45 

6 30 

5 45 

6 
6 45 
6 45 
6 30 

6 45 

7 
6 
6 15 
6 15 



RATES OF POSTAGE FOR LETTERS AND PARCELS ADDRESSED 
TO PERSONS SERVING WITH HIS MAJESTY'S FORCES AT 
HOME OR ABROAD. — His Majesty's Forces stationed in the British Islands 
and His Majesty's Ships in Home Waters — The ordinary inland rates apply to 
all kinds of postal packets. 

H.M. Ships in Foreign Waters and H.M. Troops Abroad — The imperial 
rates, viz., 2d for the first oz. and Id for each succeeding oz. for 
letters and Id for postcards will apply. The rates for other classes of postal 
packets will remain unchanged pending further notice. 

Any letter, parcel, or other postal packet addressed to one of His Majesty's 
ships should be addressed — H.M.S. (name of ship), c/o G.P.O., London, E.C.I. 



( 159 ) 

GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Abbot, Edward, jun., railway ticket collector, 28 Union place 

Abbot, E. Mackie, blouse and underclothing manufacturer, 19 Bain 
square ; h. 20 Cowgate 

Abbot, George, joiner, 1 Gowrie place 

Abbot, George, blacksmith, 8 Alexander street 

Abbot, George G. , 7 Stirling street 

Abbot, James, tinsmith, 15 Lorimer street 

Abbot, James, photographer, 21 Lawrence street 

Abbot, J. Mackie, clerk, Gas Commission ; h. 2 Cloan road, Downfield 

Abbot, Peter, enginedriver, 35 Wilkie's lane 

Abbot, Thomas, coal salesman, 24 Baxter street 

Abbot, William, tenter, 45 Peddie street 

Abbot, William, yardsman, 28 Union place 

Abbot, W., mechanic, 18 Arthurstone terrace 

Abbot, Mrs Alexander, 16 Elizabeth street 

Abbot, Mrs Jane, 17 Ellen street 

Abbot, Miss Mary, 20 Cowgate 

Abbot, Miss, 351 Clepington road 

Abbott, Norman F. , dentistry, 93 Nethergate ; h. Mill farm, Invergowrie 

Abel, Rev. Arthur C, Dudhope U.F. Church; h. 2 Adelaide place 

Abel, David, hairdresser, 75 Alexander street 

Aberdeenshire Meat Co., butchers, 20 Wellgate (Telephone No. 337) 

Aberdein, Mrs James, apartments, 104 Commercial street 

Abernethy, Henry, 61 Lochee road 

Abernethy, Joseph, confectioner, 31 Victoria street ; h. 16 

Abertay Works, 56 Brown street ; Andrew Mitchell & Co., Limited 

Adam, Alexander Y., of Bell & Henderson, 99 Magdalen green (Tele- 
phone No. 2557) 

Adam, C. A., clerk, Tay Bridge Station ; h. 5 Gray street, Bro. Ferry 

Adam, David, clerk, 29 Seymour street 

Adam, David, of John Adam & Sous, 4 Park place 

Adam, David C, butcher, 111 High street, Lochee ; h. 113 

Adam, David Todd, bootmaker, 73 Milnbank road ; h. 41 Step row 

Adam, George, shipwright, 35 Victoria road 

Adam, George, theatrical manager, 36 Carmichael street 

Adam, Helen, 3 Gowrie street 

Adam, James, mechanic, 25 Baxter Park terrace 

Adam, James, 7 Church street, Broughty Ferry 

Adam, James F., joiner, 234 Blackness road 

Adam, John, of Halket & Adam, 2 Magdalen place 

Adam, John, & Sons, plasterers, 15 Park lane (Telephone No. 1432) 

Adam, Robert, ironmonger and locksmith, 31 Overgate (Telephone No. 
2432) ; h. Comelybank, Tayport 

Adam, Robert, confectioner, 78 Victoria road 

Adam, Stewart, lorryman, 2 Bellfield street 

Adam, Rev. William, School Wynd U.F. Church ; h. 15 Briarwood ter. 

Adam, William, 11 Camperdown road, Downfield 

Adam, William Spence, plasterer, 10 Shepherd's loan 

Adam, Mrs A., nurse, 46 High street, Lochee 



160 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Adam, Mrs Christian, 33 Lyon street 

Adam, Mrs David, 160 Hilltown 

Adam, Mrs George, 109 Clepington road 

Adam, Mrs James, 98 Forfar road 

Adam, Mrs John, 109 Lochee road 

Adam, Mrs William, 2o Nelson street 

Adam, Miss Jane G., 37 Rosebank street 

Adams, Alexander, fireman, 8 Charles street 

Adams, Alexander, customs officer, 9 Clepington road 

ADAMS, A., cash accommodation agent, 16 St Enoch square, Glasgow. 
See Adv. p. xxiv. preceding title 

Adams, A. E., of H. B. Ireland & Co., Fernlea, Maule st., Carnoustie 

Adams, David, joiner, 9 Balfour street 

Adams, David B., grocer, wine mer. , 9 Constitution st. ; h. 4 Adelaide pi. 

Adams, George, basketmaker, 18 Shepherd's loan 

Adams, George, secretary, Thomas Bonar & Co., Ltd. ; h. 23 Louise 
terrace, Grove road, West Ferry 

Adams, George, contractor, 4 Hean's lane 

Adams, George, weigh clerk, 99 Peddie street 

Adams, George Rough, of Henry Adams & Son, Ingleside, Wormit 

Adams, Henry, & Son, glove manufacturers, hosiers, and shirtmakers, 
26 High street (Telephone No. 775) 

Adams, Hugh, tailor, 12 St Mary's place 

Adams, James, 55 Locbee road 

Adams, James, caretaker, Dens Road Public School, Dens road 

Adams, James B., fitter, 12 Rose street 

Adams, James 0., manager, Dundee Calender; h. Abbotsford, Wormit 

Adams, John, furniture dealer, 162 Hilltown ; h. 26 Kinloch street 

Adams, John, policeman, 335 Loons road 

Adams, John B., labourer, 16 Baffin street 

Adams, J. W., tea and coffee rooms, 73 King street, Broughty Ferry 

Adams, Mary, draper, 167 Princes street ; h. 21 Clepington road 

Adams, Robert, clerk, 26 Forfar road 

Adams, Thomas, grocer's assistant, 341 Clepington road 

Adams, Thomas, collector, 4 Gray's lane, Lochee 

Adams, William, stevedore, 76 Watson street 

Adams, William, sawyer, 29 Isles' lane 

Adams, William, wine and spirit merchant, 8 Bell st. ; h. 21 Shamrock st. 

Adams, William R., 13 Arklay street 

Adams, Mrs Catherine, 50 Magdalen Yard road 

Adams, Mrs David, 10 Stevenson street, Lochee 

Adams, Mrs Fred., apartments, 7 North Lindsay street 

Adams, Mrs George Rough, 6 Richmond terrace 

Adams, Mrs John, 19 School road, Downfield 

Adams, Mrs J., 5 South road, Lochee 

Adams, Miss A., dressmaker, 101 Alexander street 

Adams, Miss, milliner, 158 Albert street ; h. 2 Baxter Park terrace 

Adamson, Alexander M., draughtsman, 15 Pitkerro road 

Adamson, Andrew, slater, plasterer, and cement worker, Windsor ter- 
race, Church street, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 338) ; h. 
Windsor cottage, 69 Church street, B.F. 



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GENERAL DIRECTORY. 161 

Adamson, Charles Dickie, of D. M. Meldrum & Co. , 43 Nethergate 

Adamson, George, postman, 244 Blackness road 

Adamson, George, upholsterer, 18 Wolseley street 

Adamson, George Maxwell, ship joiner, 111 Arbroath road 

Adamson, Hay, plumber, 20 Forebank road 

Adamson, James, teacher of singing, 104 Nethergate; h. Boarhills, Fife 

Adamson, James, police constable, 123 Blackness road 

Adamson, James, joiner, 25 Benvie road 

Adamson, James, electrician, 66 Walton street 

Adamson, James, packer, 61 Peddie street 

Adamson, James H,, wireworker and bellhanger, 32 Union street 

Adamson, James K., commercial teacher, 11 Baxter Park terraoe 

Adamson, John, joiner, 3 Pitkerro road 

Adamson, John, labourer, 9 Brown Constable street 

Adamson, Murray, joiner, 13 Janefield place 

Adamson, Peter M. , patternmaker, 5 Baxter Park terrace 

Adamson, Ralph, engineer, 4 Stobswell road 

Adamson, Robert, bootmaker, 4 Harriet street 

Adamson, Robert B., jun., tea merchant, 105a Nethergate 

Adamson, Robert Hay, of Don Bros., Buist, & Co., Ltd., Broomfield, 

57 Magdalen green 
Adamson, Thomas, ironturner, 5 Ellen street 

Adamson, Wm., wirework manuf r. and bellhanger, 49 Nethergate ; h. 43 
Adamson, William, dockgateman, 60 Watson street 
Adamson, William, joiner, 3 Stobswell road 

Adamson, William, hairdresser, 149 Victoria road ; h. 53 Lyon street 
Adamson, William, jobbing mason, 15 Stirling street 
Adamson, William, labourer, 42 North George street 
Adamson, Mrs A., 4 North Somerville place 
Adamson, Mrs James, 11 Mountpleasant 
Adamson, Mrs John, 69 Magdalen green 

Adamson, Mrs Robert W. , 274 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
| Adamson, Mrs T. N., Cedarbank, Panmure terrace, Barnhill 
Addison, Alexander, van and lorry builder and blacksmith, 15 Main 

street; h. 2 Hill street 
Addison, C. , customs and excise officer, Customh'se ; h. 6 Aberlemno ter. 
Addison, George G., electrician, 103 Rosebank street 
Addison, Robert, insurance agent, 80 Hawkhil 
Adie, David, mechanic, 2 Hepburn street 
Adie, Misses, 3 Cedar villas, Cedar road, Broughty Ferry 
Affleck, David, wheelwright, 3 King's road 
Agnew, Thomas, of Shiell & Small, 42 Bingham terrace 
Aiken, John, compositor, 57 Cleghorn street 

Aiken, Wm., chief clerk, Water Engineer's office ; h. 14 Norwood, N'port 
Aiken, Miss Charlotte, draper, 25a Cleghorn street 
Aimer, George, of George C. Aimer & Son, 40 Scott street 
Aimer, George C, & Son, joiners, shopfitters, showcase makers, and 

cabinetmakers, 15 to 19 Long wynd (Telephone No. 1749). 
Aimer, James, science teacher, 1 Wellington street 
Aimer, James, wholesale coffee and spice merchant, 64 and 66 Cowgate 

(Telephone No. 89) ; h. 32 Bingham terrace 
11 



162 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Aimer, Mrs James D., 492 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Air, David, of David Air & Co., Dunmore, Perth road (Telephone No. 1622) 

Air, David, jun., of David Air & Co., Dunmore, Perth road 

Air, David, & Co., export merchants, 2 Meadow Place buildings 

Air, Mrs A. , glass and china merchant, and servants' registry office, 285 

Queen street, Broughty Ferry 
Airth, David, 2 Churchill place, Castle street, Broughty Ferry 
Airth, Maggie, dairy, 85 Victoria road ; h. 16 Wellington street 
Aitchison, John, accountant, Royal Bank, Westport ; h. 5 Blackness ave. 
Aitken, Alexander Y. , draper's assistant, 3 Gibb's lane, Lochee 
Aitken, Charles, 5 Old Muirton road, Lochee 
Aitken, David, warehouseman, 24 Bank street 

Aitken, E. &M., milliners, 16 South road, Lochee ; h. 5 Old Muirton rd. 
Aitken, George, marine engineer, 18 Peddie street 
Aitken, George D., grocer and wine mer., 305 Hilltown; h. 2 Mid rd. 
Aitken, James, 21 Perth road 

Aitken, James, grocer, wine mer., 75 Caldrum st. ; h. 15 Park rd., D'field 
Aitken, James, lithographer, 12 Peddie street 
Aitken, James H. , oil refiner, 1 South Baffin street 
Aitken, James, & Son, grocers and wine merchants, 53 Perth road 

(Telephone No. 997) 
Aitken, John, fitter, 7 Albert street 
Aitken, John, retired customs officer, 9 Dalgleish road 
Aitken, John, ironmonger, millfurnisher, tinsmith, and grocers' outfitter, 

17 Union street ; h. Wormit 
Aitken, John, grocer, 21 Perth road 

Aitken, John M., of James Aitken & Son, Hermon cottage, 7 Well road 
Aitken & Miller, chartered accountants, 49 Meadowside (Tele. No. 2446) 
Aitken, Patrick K., F.C.R.A., 31 Springfield 
Aitken, Richard, calender worker, 51 Small's wynd 
Aitken, Thomas D., 25 Strawberry bank 
Aitken, Walter, ironmonger and seedsman, 14 and 16 Bank street, 

Lochee ; h. 2 Yeaman's lane 
Aitken, William, ironmonger, 135 High street, Lochee (Telephone 

No. 31y4) ; h. 15 Gibb's lane 
Aitken, Mrs Henry M., 62 Gray street, Lochee 

Aitken, MrsH., confectioner, 41 Overgate; h. 27 Ferry road, Monifieth 
Aitken, Mrs James, 76 High street 
Aitken, Mrs, 4 Castle terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Aitken, Mrs, milliner, 5 Okd Muirton road, Lochee 
Aitken, Miss Mary B., L.L.A., teacher, 25 Strawberry bank 
Albert Mill, Arklay street ; William Cleghorn, Ltd., manufacturers 
Albion Dairy Co., produce merchants, 6 and 8 Allan street (Telephone 

No. 2453; Telegrams, "Albion"). Branches— 30 Albert street, 

30 Brook street, 122 Hilltown, 63 Milnbank road, 30 Polepark 

road, 112 Princes street, 67 Victoria road; and 13 Bank st., Lochee 
Albion Foundry, 28 Hill street (Telep. No. 412) ; Beath & Keay, ironfndrs. 
Alcorn, John, storekeeper, 4 Stewart street, Lochee 
Alcorn, William, cropper, 34 Lawson place 
Alexander, Alex., managing director, David Boswell, Ltd. ; h. Carphin, 

Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 436) 



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Alexander, Alexander, 24 Kinloch street 

Alexander Brothers, bakers, 201 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

Alexander, Charles, dining-rooms, 18 St Clement's lane 

Alexander, Charles, machinentter, 21 Millers' wynd 

Alexander, Chas. , church-officer, Wallacetown Par. Ch. ; h. 26 Victoria st. 

Alexander, David, firelighter manufacturer, 18a Paterson street ; h. 

3 Lochty avenue, Carnoustie 
Alexander, David, frenchpolisher, 2 Francis street 
Alexander, David, joiner, 13 Dudhope street 

Alexander, David C, butcher, 201 Hawkhill ; 7i. 250 Blackness road 
Alexander, David E., ship joiner, 84 Ferry road 
Alexander, David Phillips, baker, 317 Clepington road 
Alexander, David, & Sons, Ltd., merchts. and shipping agts. , 17 King st. 
Alexander, D. C, butcher, 250 Blackness road 
Alexander, E. , confectioner and baker, 106 Victoria road 
Alexander, Fred, of Alexander Brothers, 88 St Vincent street B. Ferry 
Alexander, George, stationer, newsagt., 30 Ferry rd. ; 7i-. 33 Baldo van ter. 
Alexander, James, joiner, 14 Kinnaird street 
Alexander, James, dairyman, 34a Forfar road 

Alexander, James, market gardener, Gowrie cot., Abertay st., Barnhill 
Alexander, James A., advertising manager, 9 Bellefield avenue 
Alexander, Jas., & Sons, brassf'nders, plumbers, gasfitters, 164 Overgate 
Alexander, John, millworker, 87 Alexander street 
Alexander, John, of James Alexander & Sons, 7 Thorter row 
Alexander, John, inspector of County Police ; office, Johnston street 
Alexander, Jos., millmanager, Caldrum Works; h. 249 Strathmartine rd. 
Alexander, Kate, fruiterer, 118 Victoria road 
Alexander, M., bootmaker, 295 Brook street, Broughty Ferry; h. 1 

Douglas place, Ramsaypark, B.F. 
Alexander, Robert, gardener, 55 Links cottages, Broughty Ferry 
Alexander, Robert, polisher, 79 Sandeman street 

Alexander, Robert M., compositor, 55 Links cottages, Broughty Ferry 
Alexander, William, of Alexander Brothers, 55 Links cottages, B. Ferry 
ALEXANDER, WILLIAM, frenchpolisher, 21 King's road (Telephone 

No. 85) ; h. 53 Dens road. See Adv. p. 22 
Alexander, William, photographer, 29 Union street 
Alexander, William, draper, 53 Main street 
Alexander, Wm., millmanager, Caldrum Works; h. 249 Strathmartine 

road, Downfield 
Alexander, William, coal merchant, 508 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Alexander, William, labourer, 23 Dallfield walk 
Alexander, William, factoryworker, 23 Arthur street 
Alexander, Wm. P., of Alexander, Pringle, & Co., Roseangle, Gordon 

street, Barnhill 
Alexander, W. P., Pringle, & Co., lubricating oil manufacturers, Miln st. 
Alexander, Mrs A., small wares, 186 Perth road ; h. 184 
Alexander, Mrs George, 94 Forfar road 
Alexander, Mrs Janet, house proprietrix, 2 Rankine street 
Alexander, Mrs Marjory, 2 Wedderburn street 
Alexander, Mrs, 1 Douglas place, Ramsaypark, Broughty Ferry 
Alexander, Miss Mary, -53 Dens road 



164 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Alexander, Miss, 4 Windsor place 

Alexander, Miss, 133 Hilltown 

Alison, Geo. Lloyd, family wine and spirit merchant, 14 Panmure 

street (Telephone No. 157) 
Alison, Mrs M. A., seaman's outfitter, 38 Dock street; h. 49 Gellatly st. 
ALL-FOOD STORE, THE, 25 Crichton street. See Adv. p. 89 
Allan, Alexander, tenter, hallkeeper, F. and K. Hall ; h. 13 Meadow st. 
Allan, Andrew, 151 Victoria road 
Allan, Andrew, teacher, 17 Airlie place 
Allan, Andrew, teacher, 47 Rankine street 
Allan, Charles, St Mary's place, King street, Broughty Ferry 
Allan, C. H., manager, 54 Commercial st. ; h. 13 Castle ter., Bro. Ferry 
Allan, David, mason, 5 South George street 
Allan, David, timekeeper, 16 Baffin street 
Allan, David, 19 Loons road, Lochee 
Allan, Douglas, clerk, 71 Church street, Broughty Ferry 
Allan, Edward, ironturner, 28 Balfour street 
Allan, George, gardener. 36 Baldovan terrace 
Allan, George, joiner, 168 Lochee road 
Allan, George, draughtsman, 31 Ancrum road, Lochee 
Allan, George, platelayer, 580 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Allan, George, ropemaker, 206 Blackness road 
Allan, Henry, printer, 35 Edward street 
Allan, Henry, gasfitter, 54 Marshall street, Lochee 
Allan, James, linen, woollen merch. , 80-84 Albert st. ; h. 89 Clepington rd. 
Allan, James, woodturner, 30 Hunter street 
Allan, James, shipwright, 46 Arthurstone terrace 
Allan, James Oswald, secretary, 280 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Allan, James M., engineer, motor and cycle agent, 104 Gray street, 

Broughty Ferry ; h. 318 Queen street, B.F. 
ALLAN, JAMES, & SON, Ltd., bootmakers, 33 Reform street (Telephone 

No. 1034). See Adv. p. 77 
Allan, Jessie, 3 Balmore street 

Allan, John, inspector of works, City Engineer's Office ; h. 6 Woodburne st. 
Allan, John, manager, 465 Clepington road 
Allan, John, commercial traveller, 8 Westfield place 
Allan, John, caretaker, Royal Exchange ; h. 4 Royal Exchange place 
Allan, John, labourer, 27 South George street 
Allan, John, moulder, 450 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Allan, J., grocer, 183 Brook street ; h. Ellenbank, Wormit 
Allan, Leonard, joiner, 4 Smith street 
Allan Line Royal Mail Steamers, 88 Commercial street 
Allan Line, 9 Whitehall crescent 
Allan, Robert, inspector and clerk, Dundee Combination Parish Council ; 

clerk and treasurer, Dundee District Board of Control ; office, 9 West 

Bell street (Tel. No. 1666); h. 8 Roxburgh terrace (Tel. No. 1472) 
Allan, Robert, 47 Rankine street 
Allan, Robert, carter, 20 Mains road 
Allan, Samuel, painter, 43 Main street 
Allan, Stewart, engineer, 7 Morgan street 
Allan, Stuart, engineer, 51 Taylor's lane 



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Allan, Thomas, engineer, 10 Rosefield street 

Allan, William, mechanic, 42 St Mary's place 

Allan, William, blacksmith, 111 Hawkhill 

Allan, William, woodturner, 270 Blackness road 

Allan, William, woodturner, 21 Rosefield street 

ALLAN, WILLIAM, butcher, 103 Victoria road (Telephone No. 2662) ; 

h. 12 Arthurstone terrace 
Allan, William, baker, 6 Forest Park road 
Allan, William, carpenter, 3 Glebe street 
Allan, William R., insurance inspector, 5 Balgillo crescent, Seafield 

road, Broughty Ferry 
Allan, W. D. , drapery warehouseman, 35 Lochee rd. ; h. 1 Rustic place 
Allan, Mrs Alexander, 138 Perth road 
Allan, Mrs Alexander, 22 Erskine street 
Allan, Mrs David M., wine merchant and Italian warehouseman, 47 

street (Telephone No. 114) ; h. 1 Aberlemno terrace 
Allan, Mrs D. A., Leebank, Balmy le road, West Ferry 
Allan, Mrs Elizabeth, confectioner, 85 Watson st. ; h. 4 Baxter Park ter. 
Allan, Mrs Helen, 9 Balgray road, Downfield 
Allan, Mrs W., wine and spirit merchant, 193 and 195 Hilltown; h. 278 

Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Allan, Mrs, 10 Whitehall street 

Allan, Mrs, confectioner, 30 Dudhope Crescent road ; h. 32 
Allan, Mrs, 4 Melrose terrace 
Allan, Miss D. Spence, district inspector, Scottish Board of Health 

(Insurance Section), 49 Trades lane ; h. 9 Wellington street 
Allan, Miss Jessie, 7 City road 
Allan, Miss Jessie, 3 Balmore street 
Allan, Miss M., teacher, 54 Magdalen Yard road 
Allan, Miss, 47 Forfar road 
Allan, Miss, 14 North Ellen street 
Allardice, Andrew, riveter, 26 Springhill 
Allardice, William, tenter, 2 Cochrane street 
Allardice, William, clerk, 73 Sandeman street 
Allardice, William, joiner, 20 Shepherd's loan 

Allardice, Wm. D., accountant, 317 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Allardyce, Charles, surgical inst. maker, 91 Nethergate ; h. 21 Airlie pi. 
Allday, H. G. , mantle manufacturer and furrier, 79 Murray gate ; 

h. Upper Norwood, Seafield road, Broughty Ferry 
Allen, Charles B. , of Allen, Mill, & Co. , 7 Linden avenue, East Newport 
Allen, Charles J., of Allen, Mill, & Co., Craignish, West Newport 
Allen, David, & Sons, Billposting, Ltd., billposters, 28 Willison street ; 

also at Glasgow, Greenock, Belfast 
Allen, Mill, & Co., manufacturers and merchants, 25 Albert square 

(Telephone No. 1002 ; Telegrams, " Linen ") 
Allen, Mrs Leonard, 7 Ellen street 

Allen, Miss Alice, tobacconist, newsagent, 207 Hilltown ; h. 7 Ellen st. 
Allerdice, James, mason, 44 Polepark road 

Allerton, Edgar, carpetweaver, 469 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE CO., Limited, 23 Panmure street; Band & Why te, 

district agents. See Adv. p. 113 



166 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

ALLIANCE TRUST COMPANY, Ltd., 22 Meadowside (Telephone No. 271; 

Telegrams, "Mackenzie"); W. D. Macdougall, manager; J. K. 

Greenhill, secretary. See Adv. p. 105 
Allison, James, C.B.E., M.A., LL.B., solicitor and notary public, 

searcher of burgh register of sasines, 61 Reform street (Telephone 

No. 1932 ; h. Craiglea, East Newport 
Allison, James, of James Allison & Sons, The Briars, West Newport 
Allison, James, & Sons, rope, sail, tent, and cover makers, shipchandlers, 

oil and bonded and free ship store merchants, 47 and 48 Dock 

street (Telephone No. 1195; Telegrams, "Allison") 
Allison, James, railway signal fitter, 3 Step row 
Allison, John M., of James Allison & Sons, Carlonan, West Newport 
Allison, Mrs Margaret, 6 Forfar road 

Allison, Mrs Mary, 8 Ramsay place, St Vincent street, Broughty Ferry 
Allnut, Mrs, apartments, 80 Nethergate 

Alloa Coal Co., Ltd., The, 65 Trades lane ; P. S. Nicoll, agent 
Alpargatas (Power's Patents), Ltd., manufacts. of jute yarn, plait, and 

soles for Alpargatas, 13 Old Glamis road (Telephone No. 2087 ; 

Telegrams, " Alpargatas) ; James B. Petrie, manager 
Alston, Mrs William, 2 Craigie terrace 
Alvey, Major Sarah A., Salvation Army Home, Ward road (Telephone 

No. 1148) ; and Salvation Army Home for Mothers and Infants, 

Seafield lodge, 93 Magdalen green 
Alzapidi, T., confectioner, 21 Hilltown ; h. 36 
Ambrose, Elizabeth S., 22 Ambrose street, Broughty Ferry 
America, United States of — consul, H. Abert Johnson ; vice-consul, 

W. A. Poindexter ; consulate, 31 Albert square (Teleph. No. 170) 
American Line, 9 Whitehall crescent 
American Studio, The, 4c King street 

Ames, Ernest, consulting electrical engineer, 12 Whitehall crescent 
Ames, William, general dealer, 34a James street; h. 201 Hilltown 
Ames, William M., clerk, 3 Hazel drive 

Anastasio, Guiseppe, confectioner, 19 Dock street ; h. 18 Cowgate 
Anchor and Allan Line Emigration Office, 5 Bank street, Lochee ; John 

Johnstone, agent 
Anchor Boot and Shoe Stores, 3 Barrack street 

ANCHOR-BROCKLEBANK STEAMERS to Calcutta, 52 Commercial street 
ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE PASSENGER AGENCY, 52 Commercial street 
Anchor-Donaldson Line, 87 Commercial street 
Anchor-Donaldson Line, 9 Whitehall crescent 
Anchor Line, 9 Whitehall crescent 

ANCHOR LINE (HENDERSON BROTHERS) LIMITED, 52 Commercial st. 
Ancient Order of Foresters, district office, 13a Ward road ; James 

M'Laren, secretary 
Ancrum Works, South rd. , Lochee ; George Stevenson & Co., Ld. , mnfrs. 
Anderson, Rev. Alexander, B. D., Mains Parish Church; h. The Manse, 

Mains 
Anderson, Alex., clubmaster, New and Angus Club, 138 Nethergate 
Anderson, Alexander, coal salesman, 80 Hawkhill 
Anderson, Alexander, grocer's manager, 78 Watson street 
Anderson, Alexander, warehouseman, 5 Baffin street 



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Anderson, Alexander, contractor, 4 Marshall street, Lochee 
Anderson, Alexander, foreman painter, 80 Ferry road 
Anderson, Alexander, mechanic, 86 South road, Lochee 
Anderson, Alexander, carting contractor, Soap work lane ; h. 72 Bell st. 
Anderson, Alexander, 5 Mountpleasant 
Anderson, Alex. Blair, coal and firewood merchant, 27a Yeaman shore 

(Telephone No. 818) ; tobacconist, 67 Wellgate 
Anderson, Alexander G., plumber, 31 Dundonald street 
Anderson, Alfred, of R. J. Anderson & Sons, The Grove, West Ferry 
Anderson, Allen, baker, 192 Strathmartine road 
Anderson, Andrew, baker, 5 Annfield row 

Anderson, Andrew, cashier, Caledonian Railway Co.; ft. 13 Union place 
Anderson, Andrew, painter, 65 Arbroath road 
Anderson, Andrew, engineer, 213 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Anderson, Andrew, plumber, 14 Arthurstone terrace 
Anderson, A. & J., newsagents and tobacconists, 194 Seagate; grocers, 

198 Seagate ; h. 35 Constitution road 
Anderson, A. W. , Blackness Foundry ; h. Linden, 2 Briarwood terrace 

(Telephone No. 2480) 
Anderson, Benjamin F., clerk, 51 Old Craigie road 
Anderson, Charles, tobacconist, 17 Overgate ; h. 82 Victoria road 
Anderson, C. Boyd, solicitor, 45 Commercial st. ; h. 12 Bank ave., D'nfield 
Anderson, David, secretary, 28 Dura street 
Anderson, David, police sergeant, 32 Benvie road 
Anderson, David, warper, 64 Peddie street 
Anderson, David, joiner, 40 Church street . 
Anderson, David, mechanic, 20 Baxter street 
Anderson, David, enginedriver, 29 Union place 
Anderson, David, shippainter, 6 Small's lane 
Anderson, David A., director, Caird (Dundee) Ltd. ; h. Oakhurst, 

Woodhaven, Wormit 
Anderson, David H. , wine and spirit merchant, 6 Gellatly street ; h. 

Linwood, Long lane, Broughty Ferry 
Anderson, David R., compositor, 14 Rugby terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Anderson, David S., woodmoulder, 27 Muirfield road, Downfield 
Anderson, David S., commercial traveller, 7 Lamb's lane 
Anderson, D. Lindsay, L.D.S. , R.C.S. Ed. , dental surgeon, 140Nethergate 
Anderson, D. L., engraver, 71 High street; h. Granville house, Carnoustie 
Anderson, D. S., traveller, Dundee Flour Mills ; h. 195 Albert street 
Anderson, Francis, harbour porter, 6 Eden street 

Anderson, Frank M., coal mercht. , 9 Annfield st.; h. 248 Blackness rd. 
Anderson, F., yarndresser, 1 Pads avenue 
Anderson, Gardner, Hepburn, & Co., solicitors, 7 Ward road 
Anderson, George, 136 Ferry road 
Anderson, George, engineer, 23 Baxter Park terrace 
Anderson, George, mason, 6 Rosefield street 
Anderson, George, cabinetmaker, 28 Kincardine street 
Anderson, George, baker, 17 Morgan street 
Anderson, George, nightwatchman, 51 Dens road 
Anderson, George, ironmoulder, 37 Baldovan terrace 
Anderson, George, 25 Scott street 



i68 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Anderson, George, gravedigger, 25 Wellgrove street 
Anderson, George G., mechanic, 9 Commercial street 
Anderson, George J., clerk, Douglas cottage, Westfield road, W. Ferry- 
Anderson, George N. , coml. traveller, Caiiehill, Seafield rd. , B. Ferry- 
Anderson & Glass (Don & Duncan, Ltd.), spinners and manufacturers, 

Ladybank Mill (Mid street) ; office, 14 Victoria chambers 
ANDERSON-GRICE CO., LTD., Taymouth Engineering Works, Carnoustie. 

See Adv. p. 92 
Anderson, Henry, confectioner, 39 Victoria street 
Anderson, Henry, dairyman, 53 Erskine street 
Anderson, Henry, railway servant, 13 Benvie road 
Anderson, Henry, metallic packing agent, 2 Salisbury place, Castle 

street, Broughty Ferry- 
Anderson, Hugh, confectioner, 19 Watson's lane ; h. 23 
Anderson, H. O., H.M. inspector of taxes, 29 Bank street 
Anderson, James, cook, 35 Dundonald street 
ANDERSON, JAMES, chemist and druggist, The Dundee Drug Store, 70, 

72, 74 Commercial street, and 4 Polepark road ; h. Craigbank, 10 

Dudhope place. See Adv. p. 61 
ANDERSON, JAMES, district manager, The Belfast Ropework Co. , Ltd. ; 

h. 4 Bingham terrace (Telephone No. 2766) 
Anderson, James, police constable, 194 Brook street 
Anderson, James, engineer, 13 South Ellen street 
Anderson, James, woodturner, 264a Hilltown 
Anderson. James, plumber, 14 Arthurstone terrace 
Anderson, James, car conductor, 206 Blackness road 
Anderson, James, fish merchant, 257 Hawkhill ; h. 2 Ryehill lane 
Anderson, James, hatter, hosier, 41 and 43 Wellgate ; h. 1 Forebank ter. 
Anderson, James, blacksmith, 124 Hilltown 
Anderson, James, clerk, 185 Clepington road 
Anderson, James, builder, 15 Camperdown road, Downfield 
Anderson, James, dairyman, Long lane, Broughty Ferry- 
Anderson, James, manager, 1 Eden street 
Anderson, James, joiner, 49 Milnbank road 
Anderson, James, clerk, 135 Clepington road 
Anderson, James, traveller, 4 Bingham terrace 
Anderson, James, of P. Anderson & Sons, 4 South George street 
Anderson, James A. , retired teacher, 5 Lintrathen gardens 
Anderson, James A., & Co., merchants, 1 Commercial street 
Anderson, James J., assistant P.O. inspector, 47 Hospital wynd 
Anderson, James Keith, engineer, Blackness Foundry ; h. Balwherrie, 

Strathern road, West Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 356) 
Anderson, James R., builder, 4 Morgan street 
Anderson, Jane, confectioner, 39 Victoria street 

Anderson, Jane G., lady principal, High jSchool ; h. 5 Hawkhill place 
Anderson, Jessie, 15 Camperdown road, Downfield 
Anderson, John, 2 Hillbank road 
Anderson, John, mechanic, 21 Pitfour street 
Anderson, John, foreman patternmaker, 19 Baxter Park terrace 
Anderson, John, clerk, 3 Baxter Park terrace 
Anderson, John, bleacher, 16 Strathmartine road 



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Anderson, John, teller, B.L. Bank, Murraygate; h. Brae house, 167 Gray 

street, Broughty Ferry 
Anderson, John, railway guard, 33 Rosefield street 
Anderson, John, chemist and druggist, 14 Strathmartine road ; h. 

6 Gillburn road, Downfield 
Anderson, John, chemist and druggist, 87a Arbroath rd. ;h. 221 Albert st. 
Anderson, John, mattressmaker, 64 Alexander street 
Anderson, John, shipcaulker, 28 Springhill 
Anderson, John, coppersmith, 46 Kemback street 
Anderson, John, slater, 68 Church street, Broughty Ferry 
Anderson, John, carter, 3 South road, Lochee 
Anderson, John, ironmonger, 14 Cleghorn street 
Anderson, John, of R. J. Anderson & Sons, 31 Seymour street 
Anderson, John, head porter, 45 Lyon street 
Anderson, John Douglas, postman, 80 Peddie street 
Anderson, John D., sanitary officer, 16 Arthurstone terrace 
Anderson, John L., newsagent, confectioner, 95 Perth rd. ; h. 62 Peddie st. 
Anderson, John 0., teacher, Wilmot cottage, Castle street, Bro. Ferry 
Anderson, John S., patternmaker, 43 Milnbank road 
Anderson, John S., calenderworker, 56 Main street 
Anderson, Joseph E. , drapery manager, 6 Burn street, Downfield 
Anderson, J., F.R.C.S.E., surgeon, 10 Airlie place 
Anderson, J. A., 14 Union street 

Anderson, Lawrence, manager, Wellfield Works ; h. 42 Cleghorn street 
Anderson, Lyall, telegraphist, 13 Seymour street 
Anderson, Mary E., 4 James place, Broughty Ferry 
Anderson, M. F., M.B., CM., medical practitioner, 161 Princes street 
Anderson's Noiseless Cisterns, East end Esplanade 
Anderson, Peter, mechanic, 8 Balmore street 
Anderson, Peter, 32 Dudhope Crescent road 
Anderson, Peter, of Peter Anderson & Sons, 29 Morgan street 
Anderson, Peter, carter, 3 Sinclair street, Lochee 
ANDERSON, PETER, & SONS, plumbers, 9, 11, and 13 James street 

(Telephone No. 1482). See Adv. p. 52 
Anderson, Robert, collector, 8 Forest Park road 

Anderson, Robert, grocer, spirit mer., 33 Nelson st. ; h. 15Bonnybankrd. 
Anderson, Robert, enginedriver, 58 Strathmore road 
Anderson, Robert, grocer and wine merchant, 304, 306 Brook st., B. F. 
Anderson, Robert R., engineer, 33 Stirling street 
ANDERSON, R. J., & SONS, aerated water manufacturers, 188 Perth 

road (Telephone No. 1896). See Adv. p. 86 
ANDERSON & SONS, horseshoers and blacksmiths, van and lorry builders, 

43 Foundry lane ; h. 124 Hilltown. See Adv. p. 139 
Anderson, Stewart F., traveller, 37 Muirfield road, Downfield 
Anderson, Thomas, plumber, 1 Mountpleasant 
Anderson, Thomas, hairdresser, 10 Gardner street 
Anderson, Thomas, baker, 47 Logie street, Lochee 
Anderson, Thomas, milloverseer, 19 Miller's wynd 
ANDERSON & WILKIE, joiners and builders, 20 Forebank road. (Telephone 

No. 1528.) See Adv. p. 64 
Anderson, William, hatter, 1 Wellington street 
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170 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Anderson, William, traveller, 186 High street, Lochee 

Anderson, William, car conductor, 13 Pitfour street 

Anderson, William, hammerman, 5 Canning street 

Anderson, William, insurance agent, 3 Canning street 

Anderson, Wm, , stockbroker, 3 Royal Exchange pi. (Telephone No. 36 ; 

Telegrams, "Exchange") ; h. St Helens, Camphill rd., Bro. Ferry 
Anderson, William, of Anderson & Wilkie, 5 Balgray street 
Anderson, William, foreman painter, 105 Hawkhill 
Anderson, William, cabinetmaker, 14 North Ellen street 
Anderson, William, joiner, 98 Victoria road 

Anderson, William, painter and decorator, 45 Albert st. ; h. 5 Eden st. 
Anderson, William, milloverseer, 215 Lochee road 
Anderson, William, cashier, 2 Balgay avenue 
Anderson, William, jun., shoemaker, 143 Princes street; h. 151 
Anderson, Wm. , wallpaper mer. , picturefr. , 229 vergate ; h. 23 Perth rd. 
Anderson, William, mercantile clerk, 18 Bellefield avenue 
Anderson, William, shipplater, 5 South Baffin street 
Anderson, William, 6 South Baffin street 
Anderson, Wm. A., accountant, National Bank, Reform street ; 

h. 50 Seafield road 
Anderson, Wm. C, millmanager, N. Dudhope Wks. ; h. 27 Rankine st. 
Anderson, William F., journalist, 7 Windsor street 
Anderson, William G., of John F. White, Ltd., 3 Gladstone place, 

Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Anderson, William R., clerk, B.L. Bank, Murraygate ; h. 5 Gladstone 

terrace, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Anderson, William & Son, family bootmakers, 178 Brook street, 

Broughty Ferry, and 35 High street, Monifieth 
Anderson, W.R.,H.M. Customs and Excise; h. 5Woodriffe ter.,E.N'port 
Anderson, Mrs Andrew, 3 Baffin street 
Anderson, Mrs Charles, 22 Morgan street 
Anderson, Mrs David, 5 Hawkhill place 
Anderson, Mrs David, 25 Hill street 
Anderson, Mrs D., 6 Collingwood terrace, Barnhill 
Anderson, Mrs Euphemia, 138 Ferry road 
Anderson, Mrs Helen, 12 Balgay avenue 
Anderson, Mrs Henry, 3 Miller's lane, Lochee 
Anderson, Mrs James, 10 West Dock street 

Anderson, Mrs Jane, confectioner and smallwares, 142 Alexander street 
Anderson, Mrs Janet, 7 Balgray street 
Anderson, Mrs John, 43 Todburn lane 
Anderson, Mrs J., 2 Campfield road, Broughty Ferry 
Anderson, Mrs J. S. , 8 Bingham terrace 

Anderson, Mrs Margaret, furniture dealer, 33 Hunter st. ; h. 6 Blyth st. 
Anderson, Mrs Margaret, 10 Benvie road 

Anderson, Mrs Mary, fancy goods merchant, 125 Albert street; h. 123 
Anderson, Mrs M., 19 Loons road 
Anderson, Mrs Robert, 26 Hillbank road 
Anderson, Mrs R. W., apartments, 124 Seagate 

Anderson, Mrs Wm., market gardnr., 29 Polepark rd. ; h. E. Mylnefield 
Anderson, Mrs William, Douglas cottage, Westfield road, West Ferry 



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Anderson, Mrs William, 1 Gibb's lane, Lochee 
Anderson, Mrs, grocer, 120 King street, Broughty Ferry 
Anderson, Mrs, West Craigie dairy, 90 Arbroath road 
Anderson, Mrs, 3 Charles street 
Anderson, Mrs, 8 Rosefield street 
Anderson, Mrs, 23 Scott street 
Anderson, Mrs, 19 Airlie place 
Anderson, Mrs, 18 Gardner street 
Anderson, Miss D. T., midwife, 168 Lochee road 
Anderson, Miss F. L., 13 Bellefield avenue 
Anderson, Miss Jane, 1 Lytton street 
Anderson, Miss Jessie, 95 Arbroath road 
Anderson, Miss Maggie, 6 High street 
Anderson, Miss Catherine, 28 Balgay street 
Anderson, Miss M., 9 Dallfield terrace 

Anderson, Miss M. A., stationer, 128 Albert st. ; h. 1 Langlands street 
Anderson, Miss S., milliner, 50 Magdalen Yard road 
Anderson, Miss, 256 Blackness road 
Anderson, Miss, confectioner, 2 Carmichael street 
Anderson & Elder, Misses, drapers, 184 Blackness road ; h. 25 Scott st. 
Andrew, Charles, mechanic, 333 Loons road 
Andrew, George, M.A., H.M. inspector of schools, Balgillo cottage, 

Seafield road, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 40) 
Andrew, Jas. M. , of Jas. M. Andrew & Co. , 10 Bank avenue, Downfield 
Andrew, James M., & Co., drapers, clothiers, shirtmakers, floorcloth and 

bedding warehousemen, 4 Hilltown ; tailoring dept. , 20 Victoria rd. 
Andrew, John, agent, Bank of Scotland, 34 Reform street 
Andrew, William, draper, 17 Clepington road 

Andrew, W. G. , restaurateur, 2 East Dock st. ; h. 37 Constitution street 
Andrew, Mrs, 107 American Muir road, Downfield 
Andrews, James, collector, 339 Loons road 
Andrews, Jane, apartments, 4 Garland place 
Andrews, Robert, milloverseer, 214 Lochee road 
Andrews, Mrs E., 87 Magdalen green 
Andrews, Mrs Helen, 11 Bellefield avenue 
Andrews, Mrs Jessie, 9 Airlie terrace 

Andrews, Miss, grocer, 50 Watson street ; h. 12 Glebe street 
Anglo-American Telegraph Co., Ld.,1 Panmurest. (Telephone No. 1351) 
Anglo-Mexican Petroleum Co., Ltd., 20 Panmure street; Willison, 

Forbes, & Co., agents 
Angus Agricultural Association, 49 Trades lane 
Angus, Andrew, inspector, 15 Springhill 
Angus, George, stationer, 150 J High street, Lochee 
Angus, George, water inspector, 93 Commercial st. ; h. Lawton reservoir 
Angus, Geo., tobacco pipe maker, caretaker, Cherryfield Hall; h. 8 

Cherryfield lane 
Angus, George, carpetweaver, 20 Shepherd's loan 
Angus, George, pipelayer, 268 Blackness road 
ANGUS, GEORGE, & CO., Ltd., belting manufacturers (Newcastle-on- 

Tyne), 35 Cowgate; Thomas Ferguson & Co. , agents. See Adv. p. 27 
Angus, James 3 2 Argyle place, Thomson street 



172 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Angus, James, clerk, 25 Blackness avenue 

Angus, John, millworker, 9 Thistle street 

Angus, John, compositor, 4 Lawson place 

Angus, John, milloverseer, 39 Strathmartine road 

Angus, Peter D., surveyor, H.M. Customs, Customhouse ; h. Cupar-Fife 

Angus Property Investment Co., Ltd., 11 Barrack st. ; G. S.Campbell, secy. 

Angus, Robert, joiner and funeral undertaker, 33 Liff road, Lochee 

Angus, Robert G. , lithographic artist, 3 Union place 

Angus, Stewart, driver, 3 Glebe street 

Angus, William, millmanager, 9 Aberlemno terrace 

Angus, William, mechanic, 33 Church street 

Angus, William, mason, 44 Caldrum street 

Angus, Mrs A. , 63 Kirk street, Lochee 

Angus, Miss Elsie, fruiterer, 8 Clepington road 

Angus, Miss Mary, 354 Blackness road 

Anker, George, fish and poultry merchant, 221 Overgate and 100 Albert 

street ; Ji. Port-na-craig, Dalhousie street, Monifieth 
Ann Street Works, 2 North William st. ; Dvd. Low & Co., jute spinners 
Annal, Robina, 26 Lyon street 
Annan, Margaret, matron, Nursing Mothers' Restaurant, 5 Lome 

street, Lochee ; h. 42 King's road 
Annan, Robt. , works manager, John Sharp & Sons, Ltd. ; h. Ochil villa, 

136 City road 
Annan, Robert W., millmanager, Camperdown Jute Works ; h. Heath 

cottage, 17 Bright street, Lochee 
Annan, Thomas W., marine engineer, 4 Gray's lane, Lochee 
Annan, Mrs D. Y., 50 Seafield road 
Annand, James M. , hosiery maker, 27 Mains road 
Anthony, William, frenchpolisher, 76 Clepington road 
Anton, C. E., Forth ill house, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 184) 
Anton, David Nicoll, M.A., M.B., Ch.B., Rosemount, 10 Bright street, 

Lochee (Telephone No. 2149) 
Anton, John, cardriver, 220 Blackness road 
Anton, JohnM., butcher, 138a Hawkhill, 170 Blackness road, and 80 

Alexander street ; h. 13 Blackness avenue 
Anton, William, mason, 32 Gardner street 
Anton, Mrs Annie, Rosemount, 10 Bright street, Lochee 
Anton, Mrs Geo. , wine & spirit merch., 4& 6 Ferry rd. ; h. 9 Dalgleish rd. 
Anton, Mrs James, 10 Windsor terrace 

Anton, Mrs J., 5 Hartington place, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Anton, Miss L., 27 Baxter Park terrace 
Apps, Mrs, milliner, 297 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Archer, D. D., engine and boiler inspector, 5 Baxter Park terrace 
Archer, Frank, engineer, 7 Balgray road, Downfield 
Archer, Harry, fireman, Central Fire Station ; h. 80 Ward road 
Archer, James, engineer, 28 Baldovan terrace 
Archer, James B., builder and contractor, 40 King street, Bro. Ferry; 

h. Eastfield, Church street, B.F. 
Archer, John, joiner, 150 Ferry road 
Archer, William, marine engineer, 319 Clepington road 
Archibald, Alexander W., gas collector, 35 Constitution road 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 173 

Archibald, James, carter, 55 Blinshall street 

Archibald, William, goods guard, 48 Seafield road 

Arkison, William, pictureframe maker, 7 Hawkhill ; h. 3 Dens road 

Arklay, James T., patternmaker, 20 Bell street 

Arklay, Joseph, moulder, 28 Kincardine street 

Arklie, James, mechanic, 5 Park avenue 

Arklie, John M., linotype operator, 98 Logie street, Lochee 

Armatruda, Mrs, confectioner, 149 Perth road ; h. 12 Pennycook lane 

Armitage, Mrs Ada, 41 Seafield road 

Armour, William, teacher, 29 Morgan street 

Armstrong, John, provision merchant, 1 Dalhousie terrace, Barnhill ; h. 

Bridge street, Barnhill 
Armstrong, Mackenzie, licensed grocer, 98 Hilltown 
Armstrong, Mrs Charles, 89 Arbroath road 
Armstrong, Miss E., wine and spirit merchant, 5 New Inn entry; h. 

Craigard, Wormit 
Arnot, David, engineer, 252 Blackness road 
Arnot, Mrs Alice, 53 William street 
Arnot, Miss Anna M., 40 Farington street 

Arnott, Mrs David, stationer and tobacconist, 215 Blackness road ; h. 252 
Arthur, Alexander, compositor, 10 Fleuchar street 

Arthur & Co., Ltd., warehousemen and manufacturers, 4 India buildings 
Arthur, David Ramsay, enginefitter, 51 Dens road 
Arthur, John, manager, Craigie Works ; h. 24 Argyle street 
Arthur, William, ship's cook, 9 Balfour street 
Arthur, William, millmanager, Logie Works ; h. 2 Park terrace 
Arthur, William F., retired sack manufacturer, 13 Albany terrace 

(Telephone No. 586) 
Arthur, Mrs J. , 2 Wedderburn street 
Arthur, Mrs M., 72 Bell street 
Arthurson, Mrs Alexander, 25 Tait's lane 
Arton, Oswald P., B.A., principal, Seafield House Preparatory School, 

Claypots road, Broughty Ferry 
Ashford, John, tailor, 4 Molison street 
Ashford, William S., grocer, 33 Scott street 
ASHTON, JAMES, joiner and builder, 6 Crescent lane and 13 Crescent 

street (Telephone No. 8y1); h. 63 Crescent street. See Adv. p. 64 
Ashton Works, 195 Hawkhill; Caird (Dundee) Limited, jute spinning 

and weaving 
Assenti, Peter, ch. -officer, Fairmuir Estab. Church; h. 331 Clepington rd. 
Associated Women's Friendly Society, 13a Ward road 
Atkins, Francis, chief inspector, 4 Baxter Park terrace 
ATLAS ASSURANCE CO. (Fire and Life). District agent — John Methven, 

3 Royal Exchange place. See Adv. p. 114 
Attwood, Mrs, 22 Stewart street, Lochee 
Auchterlonie, Thomas, brassmoulder, 54 Main street 
Auchterlonie, Thomas, joiner, 2 Park avenue 
Auld, William K. , assistant manager, 6 Tof thill, Lochee 
Auldjo, Misses, Auld Hame, Church street, Broughty Ferry 
AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION AND MOTOR UNION, 12 Victoria chambers 

(Telephone No. 1603; Telegrams, "Dunfanum") 



174 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

AVERY, W. & T., LTD. (of Birmingham), manufacturers of MODERN 
weighing apparatus and testing machinery. Weighbridges from 2 
tons up to 300 tons for every purpose; platform weighing 
machines, beams, and scales in all sizes ; visible weighing and 
price computing scales. Repair depot, 9 Barrack street, Dundee 
(Teleph. No. 2519) ; district offices, 304 St Vincent street, Glasgow 

Averill, Dr C, Elmbank, 12 Dudhope place 

Awburn, Mrs Jane, 1 Commercial street 

Ay re, John, tobacconist, 18 St Andrew's street 

Ayre, John, painter, 41 Seafield road 

Ayre, Mrs, 16 Forest Park road 

Bache, Mrs, teacher of music, 71 Church street, Broughty Ferry 

Badenoch, John T., law clerk, 16 Malcolm street 

Baggesen, Geo. O., ©f Yeaman& Baggesen, Union cottage, W. Newport 

Bailey, Malcolm, lay reader, 21 Benvie road 

Bailie, Mrs, 31 Provost road 

Baillie, David, brassfinisher, 29 Rose street 

Baillie, Edward G., 47 Magdalen Yard road 

Baillie, Hugh, brassmoulder, 106 Alexander street 

Baillie, John, woodturner, 39 Strathmartine road 

Baillie, John, grocer, 31 Provost road 

Baillie, William, commandant, Salvation Army, 24 Garland place 

Baillie, Miss, Suvabank, Queen street, Broughty Ferry 

Bain, David, cabinetmaker and undertaker, 42 Dura street (Telephone 

No. 2191) ; h. 207 Albert street 
Bain, Franklin C. , clerk, 1 Sydney place, Monifieth road, Bro. Ferry 
Bain, Henry, 12 Bingham terrace 
Bain, James, powerloom tenter, 71 Dens road 
Bain, Robert J., organist, 18 Bellefield avenue 

Bain, Mrs Donald, 5 Ramsay place, St Vincent street, Broughty Ferry 
Bain, Mrs D. , stationer and tobacconist, 4 Perth road ; h. 6 
Bain, Mrs William G., 85 Clepington road 
Bain, Mrs, 140 Ferry road 

Baird, Adam, & Co., whisky mers., 31 Reform st. ; James Grant, agent 
Baird, Alexander, traveller, 24 Park avenue 
Baird, Charles, warehouse manager, 21 Airlie place 
Baird, Colin, 97 Arbroath road 

Baird, Edward C, mercantile clerk, 7 Home ter., Dundee rd., W. Ferry 
Baird, George, second foreman, 22 Kinloch street 
Baird, James, milloverseer, 1 Rustic place 
Baird, James, baker, 22 Miller's wynd 
Baird, James, postman, 58 Peddie street 

Baird, James, butcher, 42 Polepark road ; h. 274 Blackness road 
Baird, John, sackcutter, 100 Caldrum street 
Baird, Marjory S., late teacher, 6 Park terrace 
Baird, Robert, butcher, 106 High street, Lochee ; h. 42 
Baird, Robert C, clerk, 31 Seymour street 
Baird, Thomas S., mason, 14 Wilkie's lane 
Baird, Vaness C, cashier, Dundee Savings Bank ; h. Gowanbrae, Seafield 

road, Broughty Ferry 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 175 

Baird, Mrs John, apartments, 67 Seagate 

Baird, Mrs Mary, 97 Arbroath road 

Baird, Mrs Peter, draper, 24 Garland place 

Baird, Miss Margaret, fish merchant, 172 Blackness road ; h. 9 Forest 
Park road 

Bairner, Thomas, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 1 Cox street, Down- 
field ; h. 536 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Baker, John W. , shipmaster, Hazelbank, Camphill road, Bro. Ferry 

Bakers and Confectioners of Scotland, N.F.U., house of call, 39 High 
st. (Tele. No. 1866); David Dalgetty, keeper; D. H. Campbell, sec. 

Balbirnie, Miss, 3 Alton terrace, Grove road, West Ferry 

Bald, James C, of John Bald & Son, 5 Duntrune terrace, West Ferry 

Bald, John, & Son, linen warehousemen, 1a High street 

Bald, Miss Sophia, Cairneymount, Grove road, West Ferry 

Balfour, David B., grocer's assistant, 6 Whitehall crescent 

Balfour, John, foreman carter, 11 Pitfour street 

Balfour, John, jute warehouseman, 44 Court street 

Balfour, William, gardener, Rockfield lodge, Shaftesbury road 

Balfour, William, mechanic, 60 Provost road 

Balfour, Mrs Elizabeth, 21 Mortimer street 

Balfour, Mrs Helen, stationer, tobacconist, 225 Albertst. ; h. 61 Pitkerrord. 

Balfour, Mrs, 207 Albert street 

Balgay Works, Lower pleasance ; Win. Nairn, spinner and manufacturer 

Balharrie, Alexander, grocer, 36 Back street 

Balharry, Rich., of R. Balharry & Co., Ltd., Ardis, Gordon st., Barnhill 

Balharry, R., & Co., Ltd., underclothing manufacturers, 5 Queen's 
Hotel buildings, Nethergate 

Ballantine, James, spirit merchant, 34 Dens road; h, 29 Clepington road 

Ballantine, Mrs James, 12 Lammerton terrace 

Ballantyne, George, tilefixer, 17 Isles' lane 

Ballantyne, Peter, caretaker, 248 Blackness road 

Ballantyne, William, joiner, 9 Ellen street 

Ballantyne, Miss, manageress, Steam Laundry, Clay pots rd. , West Ferry 

Ballard, Thomas James, engineer, 12 Whitehall crescent 

Ballentine, William, clerk, 11 Janefield place 

Ballingal, David, insurance agent, 7 Kinnaird street 

Ballingall, David, warehouseman, 71 Dens road 

Ballingall & Son, Ltd., brewers, maltsters, and hop merchants, Park 
and Pleasance Breweries, Lochee road ; office, 6 Ash street (Tele- 
phone No. 877; Telegrams, "Ballingall") 

Ballingall, William, of Ballingall & Son, Ltd., 9 Dudhope terrace 
(Telephone No. 479) 

Balmain, James, joiner, 2 Perrie street, Lochee 

Balmer, Miss, dairykeeper and confectioner, 52 Church street ; h. 50 

Baltic Works, 28 Annfield road ; Hardie & Smith, Ltd., manufacturers 

Band, David, of Band & Whyte, 11 Ferry road, Monifieth 

Band, James, of Thomas Hay & Sons, Ninewells 

Band, James C. S., wine merchant, 192 Hawkhill and 1 Watt street 
(Teleph. No. 1973) ; h. Dalvrogat, Farington ter. (Teleph. No. 2598) 

Band & Whyte, merchants, 23 Panmure street (Telephone No. 295 ; 
Telegrams, " Contract ") 



176 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Band, Mrs C. S.j Dalvrogat, Farington terrace 

Bank Mills Spinning Co. (Low & Bonar, Ltd., Dundee, proprietors), 

jute spinners and manufacturers, 40 Milnbank road 
Bank of Scotland— 34 Reform street, John Andrew, agent ; 1 Victoria 

street, Arthur James Clarke, agent 
Banks, Ernest, M.B., Ch.B., 5 Annfield street 
Banks, Patrick S. , 2 Graham place 
Banks, Thomas, grocer, 8 Garland place 

Banks, Walter, chauffeur, The Cottage, Coupar- Angus road, Lochee 
Banks, Mrs Alexander, Carselea, Blackness road 
Banks, Mrs Alexander M., 8 Albany terrace 
Banks, Mrs William, 4 Blackness crescent 

Bannerman, John, com. traveller, 4 Grange terrace, Monifieth road, B. F. 
Bannerman, W. G., pianotuner, organist and choirmaster, Downfield 

U.F. Church ; h. 319 Clepington road 
Bannerman, Mrs, 17 Bellefield avenue 
Bannerman, Miss, dairykeeper, 8 Ellen street 
Bannister, John E., jeweller, 5 Aberlenmo terrace 

Baptie, Mrs Jane, 7 Ramsay place, St Vincent street, Broughty Ferry 
Barber, Robert, general dealer, 162 Overgate ; h. 225 
Barbour, Alexander M. , engineer's manager, 26 Maryfield terrace 
Barbour, Colin, painter, 314 Queen street, Broughty Ferry 
Barbour, Colin 8., tobacconist, 173 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Barbour, James, calenderworker, 3 Lowden's alley 
Barbour, William, carpetweaver, 75 Sandeman street 
Barclay, Alexander, hairdresser, 217 Overgate ; h. 15 Exchange street 
Barclay, Andrew V., baker, 134 Princes street ; h. 195 Albert street 
Barclay, A., house and ship painter, 232 Blackness road 
Barclay, Colin, surfaceman, 20 Ellen street 
Barclay, David, engineer, 159 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Barclay, Francis, harbour porter, 28 Dura street 
Barclay, George L. , of J. H. F. Henderson, Ltd. , 6 Martin street 
Barclay, Grant, shipbuilder, Caledon Shipbuilding and Engineering Co. , 

Ltd.; h. Cambus lodge, Camperdown st., B.Ferry(Teleph.No.B,F. 140) 
Barclay, James, tenter, 13 Peel street, Lochee 
Barclay, John, cardriver, 197 Lochee road 
Barclay, John, clerk, 12 Molison street 

Barclay, Laurance, of Boyack, Barclay, & Co., 363 King st., Bro. Ferry 
Barclay, William, of Boyack, Barclay, & Co., 363 King st., Bro. Ferry 
Barclay, Miss Cecilia, underclothing and babylinen warehouse, 16 

Princes street ; h. 71 Dens road 
Barclay, Miss Margaret, 8 Roslin terrace 

Barclay, Miss, grocer & confectioner, 24 Pitfour st. ; h.13 Peel st., Lochee 
Barker, Andrew, fireman, 16 Baffin street 
Barker, Mrs M., lodginghousekeeper, 43 Overgate 
Barlass, John, 5 Garland place, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Barlow, James, coal merchant, 58 Gellatly street ; h. 32 Castle street 
Barn, John, compositor, 6 Cardean street 
Barn, William, dairyman, 1 70 Arbroath road 

Barnes, James, newsagent, stationer, tobacconist, 148 Hilltown ; h. 197 
Barnes, Peter, moulder, 10a Baxter street 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 177 

BARNES, T. B., coal and gravel merchant, 30 Commercial street; h. 

237 Strathmartine road, Downfield. See Adv. p. 135 
Barnes, W. S., salesman, 193 Perth road 
Barnes, Mrs James, 197 Hill town 
Barnet, James, collector, 62 Peddie street 
Barnet, James, tinsmith, gasfitter, and sheet metal worker, 55 Peddie 

street ; h. 62 
Barnet, Keith, blacksmith, 25 Clepington street 
Barnet, Stewart M., clerk, 63 Dens road 
Barnet, Mrs James, Angus lodge, Victoria road, West Ferry 
Barnet, Mrs James W. , 3 Woodville place 
Barnett, Alexander, labourer, 99 Alexander street 
Barnett, David, police sergeant, 194 Brook street 
Barnett, David, leather worker, 34 Carmichael street 
Barnett, James, tenter, 103 Hospital wynd 
Barnett, John, tenter, 220 Strathmartine road 
Barnett, Keith, patternmaker, 58 Main street 
Barnett, M. A., fancy needlework, 97 Lochee road; h. 132 
Barnett & Philip, confectioners, 15 Mains road 
Barnett, R., insurance agent, 13 Dudhope street 
Barnett, Miss, of Barnett & Philip, 29 Provost road 
Barr, John, superintendent of dredging, 24 Baxter Park terrace 
Barr, Nicholas, boot repairer, 34 Hawkhill ; h. 24 
Barr, Robert W., M.A., teacher, classical department, High School; 

h. 28 Maryfield terrace 
Barrett, James, fitter, 2 Graham street 

Barrett, James A. S., M. A., F. S. A. (Scot. ), Stirling house, Craigiebarn rd. 
Barrett, Patrick, church-officer, St Mary's R.C. Ch. ; h. 21 Forebankrd. 
Barrie, Alex. C, organist, 17 Seymour street 
Barrie, Alex. Y., chemist, 135 Nethergate 
Barrie, Catherine M., greengrocer and confectioner, 162 Strathmartine 

road ; h. 8 School road, Downfield 
Barrie, Sir Charles, of Charles Barrie & Sons, Airlie Park, Dundee, road, 

West Ferry 
Barrie, Charles C, C.B.E., M.P. for Banffshire, of Charles Barrie & 

Sons, Airlie Park, Dundee road, West Ferry 
Barrie, Chas., & Sons, shipowners, ship and insur. brokers, 49Meadowside 
Barrie, David, Ltd. , carting contractors and storekeepers, 3 Exchange 

street (Telephone No. 93) 
Barrie, D. L., coml. traveller, 10 Renny place, Grove road, Bro. Ferry 
Barrie, D. W., O.B.E., district traffic superintendent, Caledonian Rail- 
way, West Station ; h. 5 Roxburgh terrace 
Barrie, George, of G. & P. Barrie, Ltd., 49 Mains loan 
Barrie, Geo. M. , wine mer. , 80 and 82 Lome st. , Lochee ; h. 29 Ancrum rd. 
BARBIE, G. & P., Ltd., manufacturers of aerated waters, unfermented fruit 

wines and cordials, and non-intoxicating hop bitter beer and stout, 

191 and 193 Albert street (Telephone No. 389). See Adv. p. 58 
Barrie, James, 9 Home terrace, Dundee road, West Ferry 
Barrie, James, 8 School road, Downfield 
Barrie, James L., joiner and cartwright, 16 Rosefield street 
Barrie, John, fireman, 7 Ellen street 



178 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Barrie, Joseph J., of Chas. Barrie & Sons, Invercarse, Perth road 
Barrie, Joseph J., & Co., merchants, commission and insurance agents, 

10 Panmure street (Telephone No. 286 ; Telegrams, "Barrie") 
Barrie, Peter, of G. & P. Barrie, Ltd., 31 Shamrock street 
Barrie, Robert, calenderworker, 49 Dens road 

Barrie, Robert S., stationer, printer, 16 Panmure st. ; h, 8 Osborne pi. 
Barrie, William, art teacher, 9 Brown Constable street 
Barrie, William, saddler and bagmaker, 39 Wellgate ; h. 108 Hilltown 
Barrie, William, retired farmer, 15 Strawberrybank 
Barrie, Mrs John, babylinen warehouse, 264 Perth road ; h. 1 Blackness 

avenue 
Barrie, Miss, 43 Magdalen Yard road 
Barron & Co., of Belfast, Ltd., merchants, 18 Cowgate (Telephone 

No. 209; Telegrams, "Barronco"); D. Gibson, agent; and at 

Boyne Bridge Works, Belfast 
Barron, David, land steward and jute works manager, 9 Balgay avenue 
Barron, George, cashier, Cox Brothers, Ltd. ; h. 22a Strathmartine road 
Barron, Mrs, 12 Balgay avenue 
Barron, Miss Isabella, 280 Perth road 
Barrow, William A., surveyor, H.M. Excise, Customhouse, Dock 

street ; h. 6 Duntrune terrace, West Ferry 
Barry, Arthur, 7 Fort street 

Barry, Arthur E. , of Douglas & Barry, 45 Magdalen green 
Barry, John Armstrong, solicitor, 45 Commercial street ; h. 7 Fort street 
Barry, J. Armstrong, solicitor, secretary, Naval and Military War 

Pensions Committee, 30 North Lindsay street (Telephone No. 2626) ; 

h. 7 Fort street 
Bartie, Mary, dressmaker, 105a High street, Lochee 
Barton, Mrs, wine & spirit merchant, 45 Caldrum st. ; h. 5 Gowrie place 
Bartusky, William, Brussels carpet weaver, 13 Shepherd's loan 
Barty, Adam, overseer, 16 Carmichael street 
Barty, Miss, teacher, 8 Forfar road 
Batchelor, Alexander, cabinetmaker, 89 Arbroath road 
Batchelor, Alexander, of F. M. & G. Batchelor, Winyates, Fairfield 

road, West Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 19) 
Batchelor, Andrew, millforeman, 47 Benvie road 

Batchelor, Benj. , of F. M. & G. Batchelor, Dunglass, Arbroath rd. , W. Fy. 
Batchelor, Chas., of Charles Batchelor & Co., Craigmount, Strathmartine 
Batchelor, Chas., & Co., iron, steel, and metal mercts., 5 Royal Exchange 

court (Telephone No. 575; Telegrams, "Batchelor, Iron Merchant") 
Batchelor, D. P., Cairnie cottage, Camphill road, Broughty Ferry 
Batchelor, Francis Malcolm, of F. M. &G. Batchelor, Kelly field, by Dundee 

(Telephone No. B.F. 150) 
Batchelor, Fred, of F. M. & G. Batchelor, Dunglass, Arbroath rd., W.F. 
Batchelor, F. M. & G., farmers, Craigie Home farm (Telephone No. 

298), and Gotterstone farm, Broughty Ferry 
Batchelor, George, warping overseer, 9 Hawkhill 
Batchelor, James, plumber, 9 Ure street 
Batchelor, John J., coppersmith, sheet brass, iron, and tinplate worker, 

Victoria Copper Works, west end Victoria dock ; h. Restenneth, 

Kirriemuir 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 179 

Batchelor, J. A. Guthrie, of F. M. & G. Batchelor, Craigie Home farm 

(Telephone No. 298 ; Telegrams, " Batchelor 298 Dundee") 
Batchelor, Robert, potato merchant, Craig harbour, West Dock street 

(Telephone No. 833) ; h. 7 Clarendon terrace (Telephone No. 2430) 
Batchelor, Robert F., caretaker, Technical College ; h, 48 Bell street 
Batchelor, William, mechanic, 17 Clepington street 
Batchelor, William, joiner, 25 Seafield road 
Batchelor, William, watchman, 23 Elizabeth street 
Batchelor, Mrs David, 37 St Andrew's street 
Batchelor, Mrs F. , Dunglass, Arbroath road, West Ferry 
Batchelor, Mrs James, 105a High street, Lochee 
Batchelor, Miss E., 8 Garland place 

Batchelor, Miss Isabella F., music teacher, 105a High street, Lochee 
Batchelor, Miss, Bridgend cottage, Douglas terrace, West Ferry 
Batchelor, Miss, 27 Milnbank road 

Bates, Alexander, 14 Seaview place, Esplanade, Broughty Ferry 
Bates, James, produce agent, 1 Commercial street (Telephone No. 

22x ; Telegrams, " Bates ") ; h. 27 Perth road 
Bates, William, warehouseman, 10 Blinshall street 
Bathie, Adeline, 8 Tannadice street 
Bathie, David, benchman shoemaker, 3 Ann street 
Bathie, D. J. , dairyman, 3 Lintrathen place 
Bathie, George, dairyman, 6 Shepherd's loan 
Bathie, James, ironmoulder, 8 Forfar road 
Bathie, James, dairyman, 216 Strathmartine road 
Bathie, John M., spirit merchant, 29 West Dock street and 1 Craig 

street; h. Scroggieside, Wormit 
Bathie, Neil, milk salesman, 17 Fairfield road 
Bathie, William, salesman, 16 Baxter Park terrace 
Battes, James, jun., licensed grocer, 37 Cobden street, Lochee; h. 88 

Logie street, Lochee 
Battes, James K., grocer and wine merchant, 193 and 195 Lochee road; 

and 57 Cobden street, Lochee ; h. 88 Logie street, Lochee 
Battes, John M., grocer, 88 Logie street, Lochee 
Baxter, Alexander, baker, 50 Provost road 
Baxter, Allan, American consular service, American Consulate, 31 

Albert square ; h. Cromdale, Camphill road, Broughty Ferry 
Baxter Brothers & Co., Limited, spinners and manufacturers, Dens 

Works, 13 Princes street (Telephone No. 216) ; office, 7 King street 

(Telephone No. 212 ; Telegrams, "Baxter") 
Baxter & Co., merchants, Baltic buildings (Telephone No. 386 ; Tele- 
grams, "Baltic") 
Baxter, C. R., & Co., Ltd., Scotch whisky merchants, 19 Nethergate 

(Telephone No. 77; Telegrams, "Barleybree") 
Baxter, David, collector, 38 Park avenue 
Baxter, D. W., Lic.R.I.B.A., of Johnston & Baxter, Alyth 
Baxter, D. W., & Son, manufacturers, Verdant Works, 23 Miln street 

(Telephone No. 943 ; Telegrams, " Temple ") 
Baxter, Edward A., of Baxter & Co., Kincaldrum, Forfar 
Baxter, Fergus M., of M'Intyre Brothers, Ltd., Baluniefield, Arbroath 

road, Broughty Ferry 



180 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Baxter, George, butcher, 120 High street, Lochee ; h. 161 
Baxter, George, of T. S. Peebles, Ltd., 62 Kirk street, Lochee 
Baxter, George S., M.Inst.C.E., civil engineer and manager, Water Conv 

mission ; office, 93 Commercial street ; h. 27 Forfar road 
Baxter, Sir George W., Bart., LL.D., of Baxter Brothers & Co., Ltd., 

Invereighty, near Forfar 
Baxter, Horatio T., solicitor and notary, 87 Commercial street (Tele- 
phone No. 1105) ; h. Eglintoun, Craig road, Tayport (Tele. No. T.36) 
Baxter, Isaac, insurance agent, 13 Baxter Park terrace 
Baxter, James, hacklemaker, 24 Ogilvie's road 
Baxter, James, butcher, 39 Peddie street 
Baxter, James, fireman, 256 Ferry road 
Baxter, James, night watchman, 17 Glamis street 
Baxter, James, ironmoulder, 5 Parker street 

Baxter, James, pawnbroker and draper, 126 and 128 Victoria rd. ; h. 96 
Bsxter, James, mechanic, 63 Dura street 
Baxter, James A., Assoc. Ryl. San. Inst., superintendent of markets and 

slaughterhouses, E. Dock st. (Telephone No. 561) ; h. 1 Market st. 
Baxter, James B., compositor, 45 Erskine street 
Baxter, James E., manager and secretary, Ice and Cold Storage Co., 

Ltd. ; h. Craigielea, Ferry road 
Baxter, James M., school-bag cutter, 9 Park avenue 
Baxter, James S., of D. W. Baxter & Son, 9 Douglas ter., West Ferry 
Baxter, John, draughtsman, 42 Baldovan terrace 
Baxter, John, assistant grocer, 5 Smith street 
Baxter, John C, collector, 33 Dundonald street 
Baxter, John S. , 27 South road, Lochee 

Baxter, Lewis, spirit merchant's assistant, 35 Baldovan terrace 
Baxter, Richard L., of R. & S. Baxter & Co., Ltd., Craigraugh, Craig 

road, Tayport 
Baxter, Robert, traveller, 35 Provost road 

Baxter, Robert, 1 Caenlochan terrace, Strathern road, West Ferry 
Baxter, Robert, & Co., sack and twine manufacturers, flax and jute 

merchants, agents for Price's Co., Ltd. ; rope works, Fairmuir ; 

office and warehouse, 9 and 11 Bell street 
Baxter, R. & S., & Co., Ltd., mica merchants, 31 Murraygate ; works, 

Commercial street 
Baxter, Stephen L., of R. & S. Baxter & Co., Ltd., Rowanbank, Craig 

road, Tayport 
Baxter, T. M., Lochee and Dundee carrier and contractor, 56 and 58 

Kirk street, Lochee (Telephone No. 2154) ; k. 13 Coupar st., Lochee 
Baxter, William, late cashier, 1 Dalhousie terrace 
Baxter, W. G. , teacher of music, 3 Pitf our street 

Baxter, W. J., of W. 0. Taylor & Co., 46 Muh field crescent, Downfield 
Baxter, Mrs Alexander, 137 Clepington road 
Baxter, Mrs Helen, apartments, 94 Commercial street 
Baxter, Mrs James, 15 Baxter Park terrace 
Baxter, Mrs John, 2 Kinnaird street 

Baxter, Mrs Norman, Redholm, Craigie avenue, West Ferry 
Baxter, Mrs Robert, 13 Balgay avenue 
Baxter, Mrs, 379 Strathmartine road, Downfield 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 181 

Baxter, Mrs, 6 Eden street 
Baxter, Miss Annie, wine merchant, 79 and 81 South road, Lochee ; 

h. 29 Kirk street, Lochee 
Baxter, Miss, missionary, 42 Provost road 
Baxter, Miss, masseuse, Gordon street, Barnhill 
Bayliss, Henry, driver, 38 Carmichael street 
Bayne, Alexander, vanman, 71 Perth road 
Bayne, Arthur James, enginedriver, 16 Gardner street 
Bayne, C. Grahame, of William Bayne & Son, 24 Constitution street 
Bayne, Robert, cycle agent, 25 Arbroath road ; h. 10 Glebe street 
Bayne, Rev. William, lecturer in English and in religious knowledge, 

Dundee Training College ; h. 284 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
BAYNE, WILLIAM, & SON, house and insurance agents, 14 Union street 

(Telephone No. 2200) ; joiners, 11J Ann street. See Adv. p. 108 
Bayne, Mrs Helen, 17 Constitution street 
Beadie, William J., marine engineer, 190a Strathmartine road 
Beaham, James, motordriver, 1 Hartington pi., Brook st., Bro'ty Ferry 
Beat, Charles, fishdealer, 42 Hawkhill ; h. 7 Balfour street 
Beat, George M., cycle agent, 175 to 179 High street, Lochee; h. 6 

Bright street, Lochee 
Beat, James, warehouseman, 31 Rose street 
Beat, John R. , commercial traveller, 105a Nethergate 
Beat, Thomas, 91 Milnbank road 
Beat, Mrs John, 4 Baxter Park terrace 
Beat, Mrs, 105a Nethergate 

Beath, David, (sanitary engineer, Monifieth), 95 Beach crescent, B. Fy. 
Beath, Harry W., of Low & Duff, Ltd., Springbank, Monifieth 
BEATH & KEAY, engineers and ironfounders, Albion Foundry, 28 Hill 

street (Telephone No. 412). See Adv. p. 12 
Beath, Robert W., of Low & Duff, Ltd., 44 Ferry road, Monifieth 
Beaton, Archibald, butcher, 86 Ferry road 

Beaton, Daniel, church-officer, Ryehill U.F. Church; h. 9 Mid wynd 
Beaton, Frank, seaman-instructor, "Mars" T.S.; li. 7 King's road 
Beaton, John, teacher, 4 Wellington street 
Beaton, William, frenchpolisher, 150 Hilltown 
Beaton, Mrs, Harvey cottage, Seafield road, Broughty Ferry 
Beaton, Miss, 150 Hilltown 

Beats, Alexander, slater, 164 Overgate ; h. 27 Constitution road 
Beats, David, gardener, Arnhall, Perth road 
Beats, James, joiner, 84 Ferry road 

Beats, James, gardener, West lodge, Binrock, Perth road 
Beats, William, of Smith & Beats, 79 Church street, Broughty Ferry 
Beats, Mrs, Constable cottages, Dundee road, West Ferry 
Beatson, Thomas, shoemaker, 11 Watson street ; h. 197 Princes street 
Beatt, Robert, fish merchant, 90 Ann street ; h. 71 
Beattie, Albert, insurance agent, 4 Pennycook lane 
Beattie, Charles, cutter, 12 Whitehall crescent 
Beattie, David, caretaker, South Ward road 
Beattie, Edward A., customhouse officer, 25 Blackness avenue 
Beattie, George, baker, 62 Seagate 
Beattie, Geo. , water inspr., 93 Commercial st.; h.15 Dundee st. , Carnoustie; 



182 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Beattie, Helen, dressmaker, 179 Strathmartine road 

Beattie, Sir James, K.B.E. (A. & S. Henry & Co., Ltd.), Canmore, 

St Andrews 
Beattie, James, 92 Victoria road 
Beattie, James, policeman, 7 Cleghorn street 
Beattie, John A., pastrybaker and confectioner, 45 Victoria road and 

22 Cowgate ; h. 92 Victoria road 
Beattie, Joseph R., of Wm. Beattie & Co., 24 Muirfield cres., Downfield 
Beattie, Kate, 218 Lochee road 
Beattie, Mungo, carter, 13 Blackness street 

Beattie, Robert, confectioner, 43 Dock street ; h. 8 Baxter Park terrace 
Beattie, William, joiner, 3 Church street 
BEATTIE, WILLIAM, & CO., brush manufacturers, 52 and 54 Barrack 

street (Telephone No. 1633) ; workshop 20. See Adv. p. 34 
Beattie, W. F., taker and confectioner, 8 Blackscroft and 96 Dura street 
Beattie, William R., of William Beattie & Co., 20 Peddie street 
Beaumont, Mrs Robina, 21 Air lie place 

Beck, William, superintendent, Labour Home for Men, 24 Milnbank rd. 
Beckett, Thomas, joiner, 6 Eden street 
Beckett, Miss, 95 Beach crescent, Broughty Ferry 
Bedson, Geo. D. , Council officer, City chambers ; h. 98a Arbroath road 
Beedie, Alexander, overseer, 98 Logie street, Lochee 
Beedie, David, printer, 31 Cleghorn street 
Beedie, D. S., of John Beedie & Son, 92 Victoria road 
Beedie, John, of John Beedie & Son, 1 Osborne ter., Camperdown st., B.F. 
BEEDIE, JOHN, & SON, woodturners, 16 Ward rd. (Telephone No. 1281 ; 

Telegrams, "Beedie, Turner"). See Adv. p. 23 
Beedie, Thomas, printer, 39 Dundonald street 
Begbie, John, clerk, 46 Provost road 

Begbie, J., customs officer, 2 Rustic place, Seafield road, Bro. Ferry 
Begbie, William F., commercial traveller, 46 Castle street 
Begg, Arthur, patternmaker, 150 Albert street 
Begg, Frank M., compositor, 27 Scott street 
Begg, Helen, 3 Cardean street 
Begg, Margaret, Braeside, 7 Fingask street 
Begg, Mrs J. S. , 4 Dock street 
Begg, Mrs William, 1 Heron's lane, Lochee 
Begg, Miss, 8 Adelaide place 

Belford, James G., of Charles Norrie & Sons, Tayside, Wormit 
Belford, Mrs James, Tarfside, Harley street, Broughty Ferry 
Belgium, Vice-consul for — B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 
Bell, Alexander, sawmiller, 1 City road 
Bell, Alexander, of William Bell & Son, Glencairn, Wormit 
Bell, Alexander, secretary, James Scott & Sons, Ltd. ; h. 5 Park ter. 
Bell, Alex. H., of A. H. Bell & Co., Fairfield, Colinsburgh, Fife 
Bell, Andrew, general dealer, 107 Rosebery street, Lochee 
Bell, Annie, 5 Blackness avenue 
Bell, Archibald, solicitor and notary, procurator-fiscal, 54 Commercial 

street ; h. 3 Albert crescent, East Newport 
Bell, Archibald C. , Royal Victoria Hospital lodge, Blackness road 
Bell, A. H., & Co., merchants, 12 Panmure street 



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Bell, Barbara, 6 Whitehall crescent 

Bell, Charles, waiter, 166 Lochee road 

Bell, Charles C, wholesale tea merchant, 28 North Lindsay street ; h. 

9 Renny place, Grove road, West Ferry 
Bell, Charles Hope, Belmont, 15 Perth road 
Bell, David, waiter, 32 Gardner street 
Bell, David, joiner, 59 Logie street, Lochee 
Bell, David, currier, 109 American Muir road, Downfield 
Bell, David, gardener, The Cottage, Coupar Angus road, Lochee 
Bell, E. L., bookseller and stationer, 28 Bell street 
Bell, Francis, draper's traveller, 8 American Muir road, Downfield 
Bell, Frederick J., mechanical manager, Camperdown Jute Works; h. 

Woodbine cottage, 17 Bright street, Lochee 
Bell, George, pastrybaker and confectioner, 20 Pennycook lane and 254 

Hawkhill; h. 19 Milnbank road 
Bell, George B., M.A., teacher, 317 Clepington road 
Bell, George W., shipmaster, 86 Ferry road 
Bell & Henderson, solicitors and notaries public, 10 Whitehall street 

(Telephone No. 422) 
Bell, James, mason, 7 Arklay street 
Bell, James, irondriller, 4 Ferguson street 
Bell, James, yarndresser, 13 Church street 

Bell, James Harriott, manuf., Belmont Works ; h. Belmont, 15 Perth rd. 
Bell, John, 17 Cleghorn street 
Bell, John, fruiterer, 76 James street 

Bell, John, gardener, Rosendael lodge, Victoria road, West Ferry 
Bell, John, retired superintendent, 4 Baxter Park terrace 
Bell, John, carver and gilder, 31 Reform street 
Bell, John, grocer, 42 Ann street 

Bell, John, at A. J. Kirkpatrick & Co.'s ; h. 103 Magdalen green 
Bell, John R., draper, 205 Brook street, Broughty Ferry; h. St Agnes, 

Montague street, Barnhill 
Bell, Margaret, 3 Cox street, Downfield 

Bell, Methven, harbourmaster, Broughty Ferry ; h. Lyall pi., Long lane 
Bell, M., dressmaker, 115 Fisher street, Broughty Ferry 
Bell, Patrick P. , electric car driver, 14 Lawrence street 
Bell, Peter, patternmaker, 23 Tait's lane 

Bell, Peter, clerk, Camperdown Jute Works; h. 19 Loons road, Lochee 
Bell, Robert, stereotyper, 166 Lochee road 
Bell, Robert, joiner, 30 Pitfour street 
Bell, Robert, mechanic, 34 Baldovan terrace 

Bell, Robert, of Bell & Sime, Ltd. , Pinemount, 2 Norwood crescent 
Bell, Robert L., boiler inspector, 45 Baldovan terrace 
Bell & Sime, Ltd. , timber merchants, Marine parade (Telephone Nos. 

55, 56; Telegrams, "Belsim") 
Bell & Son, fruiterers, 76 High street, Lochee 
Bell, Thomas, patternmaker, 40 Baldovan terrace 
Bell, Thomas, & Sons, of Dundee, Limited, merchants, spinners, and 

manufacturers, Belmont Works (Telephone No. 807 ; Telegrams, 

"Belmont"); and Heathfield Works (Telephone No. 835); 

registered office, 118c Hawkhill 



184 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Bell, T. N. J., jute manufacturer, Belmont Works; h. Hazelwood, 

Ellieslea road, West Ferry 
Bell, William, dresser, 14 King's road 

Bell, Wm., fish and fruit dealer, 19 North George st. ; h. 82 James st. 
Bell, William, 65 Clepington road 
Bell, William, fruitdealer, 82 James street 
Bell, William, blacksmith, 37 Arbroath road 
Bell, William M., agent for Combe-Barbour branch of Fairbairn, Lawson, 

Combe, Barbour, Ltd., Baltic buildings ; h. 13 Ferry road, Monifieth 
Bell, William, & Son, tailors and clothiers, 10 High street 
Bell, Mrs A. K., 40 Forfar road 
Bell, Mrs A. Rattray, 356 Perth road 
Bell, Mrs C, draper and dressmaker, 99 South road, Lochee; h. 46 

High street, Lochee 
Bell, Mrs James, Pinemount, 2 Norwood crescent (Telephone No. 998) 
Bell, Mrs J. , 220 Strathmartine road 
Bell, Mrs J., confectioner, 188 Hawkhill ; h. 204 
Bell, Mrs J. , confectioner, 53 North Wellington street 
Bell, Mrs Mary, confectioner, 256 Perth road 
Bell, Mrs Thomas, Hazelwood, Ellieslea road, West Ferry 
Bell, Mrs William, 3 South Tay street 
Bell, Mrs W. A. , Osborne villa, Magdalen green 
Bell, Mrs, Grovelynn, Ramsaypark, Broughty Ferry 
Bell, Mrs, The Cottage, Bridge lane, Barnhill 
Bell, Mrs, 9 Pitkerro road 

Bell, Miss B. C. , 397 King street, Broughty Ferry 
Bell, Miss Catherine, 16 Dallfield terrace 

Bell, Miss Jessie, tobacconist, 115 Princes street ; h. 31 Wellgate 
Bell, Miss, 4 Aberlemno terrace 

Bell, Miss, Taycliff, Harecraig, Dundee road, West Ferry 
Bellingham, Mrs James, 495 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Belmont Works, 118c Hawkhill; Thomas Bell & Sons, of Dundee, Ltd., 

merchants, spinners, and manufacturers 
Bennedetti, B., Northern Fish Restaurant, 72 Caldrum street 
Bennet, Charles M., joiner, 3 Park terrace 
BENNET, DAVID, cart, van, and lorry builder and blacksmith, 20 Temple 

lane and 5 Park lane (Tele. No. 2638) ; h. 8 Park pi. See Adv. p. 35 
Bennet, David, ironmonger, 67 Pitkerro road 
Bennet, George, calenderworker, 73 Church street 
Bennet, George, cabinetmaker, 24 Caldrum street 
Bennet, George, surfaceman, 17 Mortimer street 
Bennet, Richard, dairykeeper and greengrocer, 16 Arbroath road 
Bennet, Walter, plasterer, 29 Baxter street 

Bennet, Wm., builder and contractor, 15 Castle st. ; h. 93 Arbroath rd. 
Bennet, William, woodturner, 3 Baffin street 
Bennet, Mrs George, 101 Magdalen green 
Bennett, James, cabinetmaker, 6 Logie street, Lochee 
Bennett, Thomas, boot, shoe, and clog manufacturer, 99 and 101 

Overgate ; h. 308 Blackness road 
Benson, Rev. James M. , St Clement's Est. Church ; h, 5 Hermonhill ter, 
Benvie, James, enginedriver, 34 Ure street 



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Benvie, Thomas, packer, 38 Kemback street 
Benvie, Thomas, engineman, 87 Peddie street 

Benvie, William, gardener, Brackenbrae, Albert road, West Eerry 
Benvie, Mrs William, stationer, 207 Lochee road 
Beocher, John, cabinetmaker, 137 Lochee road 

Berg, Charles E., 11 Douglas terrace, West Ferry (Teleph. No. B.F. 302) 
Berg, R. J., merchant, 3 Royal Exchange court (Telegrams, "Dun* 

donian") ; h. 12 Duntrune terrace, West Ferry (Teleph. No. B.F. 280) 
Berg & Son, merchants, 3 Royal Exchange court (Telegs., " Dundonian") 
Bernard, A., chef, 20 Russeil street 
Bernard, Thomas, blacksmith, 17 Blackness street 
Berndt, Miss Bertha, teacher, Baldovan Industrial School, Downfield 
Berry, David F., electrician, Harefield road, Lochee 
Berry, George, signalman, 51 Taylor's lane 
Berry, John, enginedriver, 40 Seafield road 
BERRY, THOMAS, A.M. I., Mech E., machinery agent and merchant, 5 

Seton place, Edinburgh. See Adv. p, 141 
Bertie, Alexander, coaldealer, 151 Victoria road 
Bertie, John, boilermaker, 24 Crichton street 
Bertie, Miss, 11 Springfield 

Bertram, Chas., newsagent, 139 Ann st. ; general dealer, 60 William st. 
Berwick, James, clerk, 119^ Hilltown 

Best, Rev. Thos. F., Union U.F. Ch., Bro. Ferry; h. Albert rd., WestFy. 
Bethune, David, joiner, 49 Victoria road 

Bett, Mrs M. F., 3 Ramsay place, St Viucent street, Broughty Ferry 
Beveridge, Andrew, waiter, 54 Blackness road 

Beveridge, Archibald, manager, Savoy Picture House, 160 Nethergate 
Beveridge, James, storekeeper, 28 Raglan street 
Beveridge, John, pianist, 14 Lawrence street 
Beveridge, Robert A., 56 Magdalen Yard road 
Beveridge, S., constable, 5 Morgan street 
Beveridge, William, 7 Lintrathen place 
Bewick, Peter, flax agent, 18 North Erskine street 
Bewick, Mrs, 1 St Johnswood terrace 

Bewick, Miss Annie C, teacher of music, 1 St Johnswood terrace 
Bews, George, collector, 47 Benvie road 
Bews, John, coal merchant, 43 Peddie street 
Bews, Miss Annie, teacher of music, 43 Peddie street 
Bibb, Thomas William, factory overseer, 48 Seafield road 
Bickerstaff, Peter, dyeworker, 7 Thistle street 
Bickerton, Robert, stereotyper, 41 Baldovan terrace 
Bingham, William, carpetweaver, 5 Dallfield terrace 
Binnie, Alexander, collector, 51 Crescent street 
Binnie, Walter, powerloom tenter, 12 Balmore street 
Binnie, Mrs, licensed broker, 6 Walton street; h. 8 Daniel street 
Binny, Mrs James, 4 Airlie terrace 
Bird, John, engineer, 35a Clepington road 

BIRD, THOMAS, pianoforte tuner, 14b Fleuchar street. See Adv. p. 47 
BIRD, MISS MATILDA M., L.R.A.M., pianist and music teacher, 15 South 

Tay street ; h. 14b Fleuchar street. See Adv. p. 47 
Birmingham, Mary, milliner, 11 Reform street 



186 ■ GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Birmingham, Miss M., draper, 68 Blackness road 

Birne, Miss, apartments, 1 New Inn entry 

Birnie, Alexander, optician and photographic instrument maker, 4 

South Lindsay street ; h. 25 Nethergate 
Birnie, Miss E., Erigmore, Dalhousie road, Barnhill 
Birrell, Alexander T., joiner, 1 Meadow entry 

Birrell, Andrew, of And w. Birrell & Sons, Roseville, Gordon st., Barnhill 
Birrell, Andrew, & Sons, bootmakers, 107 to 113 Overgate (Tel. No. 1602) 
Birrell, James, of Andrew Birrell & Sons, Bank cottage, Wormit 
BIRRELL, JAMES, painter and decorator and window cleaner, 18 Princes 
street and 8 Crescent lane ; h. Raigmore, Newbigging, Kingennie. 

See Adv. p. 137 
Birrell, John, of Andrew Birrell & Sons, 59 High street, Monifieth 
Birrell, John, joiner, 450 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Birrell, John W. , commission agent, 1 Strawberrybank 
Birrell, T., surveyor, 31 Bank street 

Birrell, William, of Andrew Birrell & Sons, Queen's Hotel 
Birrell, Wm. D., cashier and bookkeeper, 1 Renny pi., Grove rd.,W. Fy. 
Birrell, Mrs, dairykeeper, 100 Rosebank street ; h. 104 
Birrell, Miss Agnes, certificated midwife, 16 Flight's lane, Lochee 
Birrell, Miss L., confectioner, 45 Wellgate ; h. 1 Meadow entry 
Birrell, Miss MaryF., draper, 251 Blackness road; h. 1 Strawberrybank 
Birse, David B., funeral undertaker, 31 Ann street 
Birse, George C, marine engineer, 1 Windsor ter., Brook St., Bro. Ferry 
Birse, James K., baker's manager, 48 Overgate 
Birse, John, tailor and clothier, 16 Anntield street 
Birse, William, clerk, 135 Clepington road 
Birse, Mrs Isabella, 1 Gowrie place 

Birse, Miss Lavinia M., dairykeeper and grocer, 30 Ann street ; A. 32 
Bissell, Frederick C, manager, 17 Camperdown road, Downfield 
Bisset, Christopher J., sheriff-clerk of Forfarshire, Courthouse, 6 West 

Bell street ; h. 8 Richmond terrace 
Bisset, Daniel Stewart, caretaker, 9 Meadow Place buildings 
Bisset, David, outdoor inspector of poor, 3 Gibson terrace 
Bisset, David, managing director, Francis East & Co., Ltd. ; h. 73 

Clepington road 
Bisset, David, Beach cottage, 71 Beach crescent, Broughty Ferry 
Bisset, Francis, beltmaker, 15 Blackness street 
Bisset, George J., dairyman, Holly road, Broughty Ferry 
Bisset, James, sheriff-officer, J.P. constable, and burgh officer, 14 Union 

street (Telephone No. 1747) 
Bisset, John, Calcutta jute mills and oil agent, 4 India buildings ; 

h. 9 Hillpark terrace, Wormit 
Bisset, John N. , of William Bisset & Son, 1 Adelaide place 
Bisset, Peter P., factory manager, 19 Peel street, Lochee 
Bisset, Robert C, grocer and wine merchant, 5 Fort street 
Bisset, Thomas, joiner, 3 Balgay avenue 
Bisset, William, cabinetmaker, 25 Rosebery street 
Bisset, William, district secretary, Independent Order of Rechabites, 32 

Bank street ; h. 122 Hawkhill 
Bisset, William, joiner, 43 Balgay street, Lochee 



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Bisset, William, powerloom tenter, 13 Ben vie road 
BISSET, WILLIAM, & SON, saddlers, harness, trunk, and portmanteau 

makers, 57 Reform street. See Adv. p. 59 
Bisset, William S., tailor and clothier, 179 Victoria road (Telephone 

No. 1949) ; h. 1 Wortley place 
Bisset, Miss Jessie, 378 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Bisset, Miss W. M. , dressmaker, 7 Rosefield street 
Bisset, Miss, Ashbank, 12 East Somerville place 
Bisset, Miss, 5 Fort street 
Bissett, Alexander, messenger, 44 Scott street 
Bissland, John, bootmaker, 1a Wolseley street ; h. 1 
Black, Adam R., caretaker, Tay Street School, South Tay street 
Black, Alfred, mechanic, 10 Roslin terrace 
Black. Andrew, traveller, 1 Bellefield avenue 
Black, CharlesG. (Johnstons, Ltd.), 242 Clepington road 
Black, David, moulder, 12 Benvie road 

Black, George, manager, Belmont Works ; h. 9 Mountpleasant 
Black, George, butcher, 10 Stewart street, Lochee 
Black, George, teacher, 8 James place, Broughty Ferry 
Black, George B., merchant, Queen Victoria Works ; h. Hermitage, Tayport 

(Telephone No. T. 46) 
Black, Geo. B., jun., merchant, Queen Victoria Wks. ; h. Hill cottage, 

Tayport (Telephone No. N. 74) 
Black, Hugh F. , produce mer. , 6 and SHorsewynd; h. 19 Blackness av. 
Black, I. & L., fruiterers and confectioners, 50 Magdalen Yard rd. ; h. 52 
Black, James, draper, 114 Princes street ; h. 43 Baldovan terrace 
Black, James, painter, 107 Rosebery street, Lochee 
Black, John, confectioner, 32 Polepark road ; h. 3 Easson's angle 
Black, John R., butcher, 124 Logie st., Lochee ; h. 46 High st,, Lochee 
Black, John S., hardware merchant, 19 Hospital wynd 
Black, Norman, L.D.S., R.C.S.Eng., dental surgeon, 361 Brook street, 

Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. lOx) 
Black, Richard, painter, 107 Logie street ; h. 8 Ancrum road 
Black, Robert, factory overseer, 14 Garland place 
Black, Robert, milljoiner, 66 Walton street 
Black, R., C.S.M., Black Watch, Drill Hall, Bell Street 
Black, William, coal merchant, 185 Strathmartine road 
Black, William, moulder, 20 Baldovan terrace 
Black, William C, joiner, 41 Seafield road 
Black, William C, porter, 110 Logie street, Lochee 
Black, Mrs David, Floralbank, Seafield road, Broughty Ferry 
Black, Mrs David, 4 Lytton street 
Black, Mrs James, 14 Shamrock street 
Black, Mrs, 8 Bellefield avenue 

Black, Miss Beatrice E., 3 Duntrune terrace, West Ferry 
Black, Miss C. A., milliner, 10 Stewart street, Lochee 
Black, Miss Marion, dressmaker, 182 Lochee road 
Black, Miss, 5 Mountpleasant 

Blackadder, David, solicitor, 32 Castle st. ; h. Eastview, 24 Dalkeith rd. 
Blackie, Alexander, tenter, 33 Hilltown 
Blackie, John, cardriver, 58 Main street 



188 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Blacklaw, Mrs, grocer & confectioner, 39 Polepark rd. ; h. 23 Kinloch st. 

Blacklock, David, plumber, 81 Victoria road 

Blackness Foundry, Larch st.; Urquhart, Lindsay, & Co., Ltd., engineers 

Blackwood, Alex., working jeweller and electro gilder and plater, 14 

New Inn entry ; A. 9 Union place 
Blackwood, Andrew, B. A. , B. Sc. , headmaster, Butterburn Public School ; 

h. 21 Westfield place 
Blackwood, A. G., correspondence clerk, 19 Muirfield road, Downfield 
Blackwood, George, 3 Camperdown place, Camperdown st. , Bro. Ferry 
Blackwood, G. G., M.C., F.F.A., resident secretary, Edinburgh 

Assurance Co,, Ltd. ; h. 1 Blackness crescent 
Blackwood, Robert, lithographer, 21 North Tay street (Telephone No. 

1291); h. Holly cottages, Newburgh road, West Newport 
Blackwood, William, mechanic, 99 Alexander street 
Blackwood, Mrs Andrew, 2 Perrie street, Lochee 

Blair, Alex., grocer, wine mer., 174, 176 Hawkhill ; h. 13 Hermonhill ter. 
Blair, Alexander, insurance agent, 30 Meadowside 
Blair, David, 106 Annfield road 
Blair, D., 104 Commercial street 
Blair, D. D., cashier, 45 Commercial street 
Blair, J. L. , painter, 340 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Blair, James, grocer, 27 Perth road 
Blair, James Reid, solicitor, 21 Air lie place 
Blair, Peter, engineer, 103 Arbroath road 
Blair, Robert, factory overseer, 18 Arbroath road 
Blair, Robert, grocer, 321 Clepington road 
Blair, Thomas H., 1 Collingwood terrace, Barnhill 
Blair, Thomas Peters, shipmaster, 48 Albert street 
Blair, William, frenchpolisher, 1 Graham place 

Blair, William, motorbirer, garage, 9 Greenfield pi. ; h. 14 Paton's lane 
Blair, William F., plumber, 37 Lawrence street, Broughty Ferry 
Blair, W. C. , grocer and spirit mer. , 1 Church st. ; h. 3 Victoria ter. , Tayport 
Blair, Mrs Christina, confectioner, 10 Arbroath road ; h. 103 
Blair, Mrs Margaret, Glassite Church, 4 King street 
Blair, Mrs William T., 14 Paton's lane 
Blair, Miss M. F., 11 Mid street 
Blair, Miss, 339 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Blaney, Mrs Andrew, 14 Forfar road 

Bloomfield, Mrs Jane, confectioner, 86 King street ; h. 25 Todburn lane 
Blue, Robert, tea salesman, 13 Beach crescent, Broughty Ferry 
Blyth, Alexander, powerloom tenter, 6 Cleghorn street 
Blyth, Andw., baker, confectioner, 260, 262 Hilltown ; h. 14 Stirling st. 
Blyth, Charles, hacklemaker, 22 St Mary's place 
Blyth, David, gas stoker, 63 Constable street 
Blyth, Harry, joiner, 15 Gibb's lane 
Blyth, James, joiner, 10 Brown Constable street 
Blyth, James, shore porter, 90 Dens road 
Blyth, John S., fireman, 101 Rosebery street, Lochee 
Blyth, William, caretaker, 91 Commercial street 
Blyth, William C, 12 Park road, Downfield 
Blyth, Mrs James, 48 Cleghorn street 



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Blyth, Mrs R., grocer, 65 Ure street 

Boa, John, church-officer, St Matthew's Parish Church ; h. 86 Ferry road 

Boak, Robert, clerk, 2 Baxter Park terrace 

Boase, Charles M., of Boase & Co., Ltd., Claverkouse, Mains 

Boase & Co., Ltd., yarn bleachers and yarn millers, Claverhouse, Mains 

Boase, G. H. Lindsay, manufacturer, 134 Seagate ; h. Binrock, Perth rd. 

BOASE, HENRY, & CO., LTD., jute spinners, Wellfield Works, 3 Kemback 
st. (Exchange Box No. 36;TelephoneNo. 289; Telegrams, "Boase") 

Boase, Philip M., manufacturer, 134 Seagate ; h. Law Park, St Andrews 

Boase Spinning Co. (1920), Limited, The, flax and hemp spinners, 
merchants and manufacturers, twine spinners, waterproof cover 
makers, Rockwell Works, Rockwell place ; offices, 134 Seagate 

Boase, William Norman, O.B.E., manufacturer, 134 Seagate ; h. The 
White House, St Andrews 

Boase, Mrs Henry S., 82 Seafielcl road 

Boase, Mrs William Lindsay, Binrock, Perth road 

Boase, Miss C. A., 16 Windsor street 

Boath, Allan, painter and decorator, 141 and 143 Nethergate (Telephone 
No. 2290) ; h. 171 Perth road 

Boath, Allan, jun., painter, 1 Union place 

Boath, Andrew, coal, hay, and grain merchant, 5a Kirk street, Loehee 

Boath, Charles, postman, 8 Gardner street 

Boath, Charles, jute porter, 11 Roslin terrace 

Boath, David, jun., mason, 88 Strathmartine road 

Boath, David, retired builder, 15 Paterson street 

Boath, David, dispenser, University College ; h. 24 Gardner street 

Boath, David, late sanitary officer, 4 School road, Downfield 

Boath, Richmond, woodturner, 76 Clepington road 

Boath, Robert, painter, 4 Lytton street 

Boath, William, warping overseer, 19 Strathmartine road 

Boath, William, shoemaker, 10 Victoria street 

Boath, William, of William Crockart & Co., Osborne pi., East Newport 

Boath, Mrs William, 28 Shamrock street 

Boath, Misses, dressmakers, 86 Dura street 

Bodega Co., Ltd., Spanish wine cellars, shippers and importers, 23 Cow- 
gate (Tel. No. 1947 ; Telegrams, "Bodega") ; R. Barnett, manager 

Boe, Charles H., wine and spirit merchant, 66 King street 

Boettcher, H., teacher and translator of languages, 19 Airlie place 

Bogue, Rebecca, broker, 2 St Salvador street ; h. 18 Caldrum street 

Bogue, Mrs J., 4 Lytton street 

Bogue, Miss Mary B. , 288 Perth road 

Boland, Edward, stationer and tobacconist, 301 Hilltown 

Boland, Juseph, 7 Mountpleasant 

Bonar, Charles, clerk, 109 Clepington road 

Bonar, Geo., of Low & Bonar, Ltd., Dunruadh, Perth rd. (Tel. No. 2265) 

Bonar, James, jute batcher, 129 Hawkhill 

Bonar, Thomas, & Co., Ltd., jute and linen merchants, 19 King street 
(Telephone No. 1517; Telegrams, "Zodiac") 

Bonar, T. H. D., of Thomas Bonar & Co., Ltd., Tighnduin, Monifieth 

Bonar, Mrs, 1 Laurel villas, Ramsaypark, Broughty Ferry 

Bond, Tom, commercial traveller, 23 Union street 



190 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Bond, William John, messenger-at-arms, sheriff-officer, and sheriff- 
officer for Fifesliire, 25 South Lindsay street 

Bonded Warehouse No. 1, 28 Dock st. ; George Morton, Ltd., proprietors 

Bonded Warehouse, No. 2, 81 Seagate; D. C. Henderson, superintendt. 

Bonded Warehouse, No. 4, 99, 101 Seagate and Candle lane ; Jas. Watson 
& Co., Ld. , proprietors 

Bonded Warehouse, No. 5, 2 Candle lane ; John Robertson & Son, 
Limited, proprietors 

Bone, Robert B., 23 Muirfield road, Downfield 

Bone, Mrs James, 114 Arklay street 

Booth, A. P., joiner, 58 Mains road 

Booth, John, tailor, 32 James street 

Booth, Richard, ironturner, 23 Scott street 

Booth, William L., traveller, 73 Ancrum road, Lochee 

Boots Pure Drug Co., Ltd., cash chemists, 14 Reform street 

Borrie, David, joiner, 29 Step row 

Borrie, James, joiner, 3 Eliza street 

Borrie, William, joiner, 19 Black street 

Borrie, Mrs E., 31 Park avenue 

Borthwick, James, shipwright, 4 St Matthew street 

Borthwick, Mrs, 4 Bellefield avenue 

Borzacca, Dante, fish restaurant, 11 Tannadice street 

Boss, William, warehouseman, 23 East Haddon road 

BOSWELL, DAVID, Ltd., brassfounders, Tay Brass Works, 36 East Dock 
street (Telephone Nos. —works, 562 ; house,B.F.409). See Adv.p.99 

Boswell, James, enginedriver, 1 Seafield road 

Boswell, John, enginedriver, 248 Blackness road 

Boswell, Sanatching, calenderworker, 30 Watson's lane 

Bottler, Rudolph, hairdresser, 55 Strathmore road 

Bottoms, Henry, porter, 42 Westport 

Bowbridge, J. G. B., sergeant-major, R.A.M.C, Dudhope Drill Hall 

Bowden, David, wine and spirit mer.,The Royal, Newport; h. 1 Rustic pi. 

Bowden, David, saddler, 46 Arthurstone terrace 

Bowden, Fred., grocer and wine merchant, 97 Hawkhill; h. 1 Fingask st. 

Bowden, John, egg merchant, 20 Gellatly street ; h. 1 Rustic place 

Bowden, Mrs H., grocer, 7 Tannadice street ; h. 27 Wolseley street 

Bower Mill, Douglas street ; John Sharp & Sons, Ltd., spinners 

Bowes, Charles, joiner, 19 Black street 

Bowes, George, 42 St Mary's place 

Bowes, Miss A. S., 40 St Mary's place 

Bowie, George, chemist's assistant, Bellevue pi. , King st. , Bro. Ferry 

Bowie, John, draper, 181 and 183 Lochee road; h. 13 Blackness avenue 

Bowie, Robert S., draper and clothier, 84 Commercial street 

Bowman, Alex., bookseller, stationer, printer, newsagent, emigration 
and insur. agent, Brot'y Advertiser office, 228-230 Brook st., B.F. 

Bowman, Alexander, painter, 24 Bank street 

Bowman, Charles R., warehouseman, 18 Arthurstone terrace 

Bowman, Hugh T. , builder, contractor, 121 Rosebank st. ; h. 260 Hilltown 

Bowman, James, tenter, 7 Cardean street 

Bowman, James, shipplater, 45 Lilybank road 

Bowman, James, of Alexander Bowman, 224 Brook street, Bro. Ferry 






GENERAL DIRECTORY. 191 

BOWMAN, JOHN, plumber and heating engineer, 1 14 Victoria road ; h. 

110. See Adv. p. 134 
Bowman, Robert, painter, 6 Lawrence street 
Bowman, Mrs Mary, 17 Windsor street 
Bowman, Mrs, jute worker, 92 Dens road 
Bowman, Mrs Mary, 3 Fintry place, Broughty Ferry 
Bowman, Miss, matron, Convalescent Home, Strathmore street, Barnhill 
Boyack, Alexander, draper's traveller, 8 Rosefield street 
Boyack, Alexander J., 403 King street, Broughty Ferry 
Boyack, Barclay, & Co. , merchants and manufacturers, 30 Meadowside 
Boyack, Frank, currier, 143 Victoria road 

Boyack, Miss M., draper, 163^ Hawkhill ; h. 26 Forest Park road 
Boyd, Alexander, enginefitter, 9 Roslin terrace 

Boyd, Alexander, goods agent, Tay Bridge Station ; h. 1 Bellefield ave. 
Boyd, David, ropespinner, 20 Hill street 
Boyd, George, foreman, 4 Eden street 

Boyd, George, shipmaster, 241 Stratum artine road, Downfield 
Boyd, George, teacher, 11 St Mary's road, Downfield 
Boyd, James, of James G. Boyd & Son, 45 Annfield road 
Boyd, James G. , of James G. Boyd & Son, 5 Gowrie place 
Boyd, Jas. G., manager, A. B. Fleming & Co., Ltd. ; h. 109 Arbroath rd. 
Boyd, James G., & Son, marble cutters and monumental sculptors, 222a 

Perth road (Telephone No. 1468) and 1 Balgay road 
Boyd, John, confectioner, 7 Thorter row 
Boyd, John, general dealer, 58 Ann street ; h. 47 

Boyd, Robert C. , colporteur missionary, Martyrs Church ; h. 14Small's In. 
Boyd, Robert B., calenderer, 6 Tulloch crescent 
Boyd, William, managing director, James Keiller & Son, Ltd. ; h. Clare- 

mont, Strathern road, West Ferry 
Boyd, William, postman, 12 Balmore street 
Boyd, William, millforeman, 162 South road, Lochee 
Boyd, William B., clerk, 143 Clepington road 
Boyd, Mrs James, 87 Perth road 
Boyd, Mrs, apartments, 29 Morgan street 
Boyd, Mrs, 165 Strathmartine road 
Boyes, Augusta, M.B., Ch.B. (Glas.), medical practitioner, 22 Windsor 

street (Telephone No. 625) 
Boyle, Alexander, shipmaster, 80 Ward road 
Boyle, Charles, insurance agent, 6 Logie street, Lochee 
Boyle, John C, watchmaker, 4 Kamarhatty cottages, Ramsaypark, B.F. 
Boyle, William S., lithographer, 2 Park terrace 
Boyle, Mrs James, Beverley, Queen street, Broughty Ferry 
Boyle, Mrs, confectioner and newsagent, 240 Lochee road 
Boyle, Miss Jessie, 63 Crescent street 
Boyle, Miss, Rait cottage, Grove road, West Ferry 
Boyter, Mrs Margaret, 5 Park terrace, Blackness road 
Brackenridge, John, hairdresser, 8 Gardner street 
Bradford, George, carpenter, 197 Princes street 
Bradford, John S., & Co., waste merchants, Burnside Works ; office, 

Milne's West wynd (Telephone No. 8 ; Telegrams, "Bradford") 
Bradford, Thomas M., Prudential Assurance agent, 11 Dudhope street 



192 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Bradford, Mrs James M., Hazel wood, 14 Dudhope terrace (Tele. No. 247) 

Bradford, Mrs John S.., 2 Albany terrace (Telephone No. 2167) 

Bradley, Henry, wine and spirit merchant, 129 and 131 Princes street; 
k. Oakdale, 19 Shamrock street 

Bradley, Margaret, 119 Nethergate 

Bradley, Miss E. C, grocer, 77 Wilkie's lane 

Bradshaw, Mrs Ethel, artist, 4 Gowrie street 

Brady, Alfred, grocer and spirit mercht. , 13 Hunter st. ; h. 172 Lochee rd, 

Brady, Edward, assurance agent, 13 Ellen street 

Brady, James, music teacher, 8 Forest Park road 

Brady, Patrick, grocer and wine merchant, 4 Brook street ; h 31 

Brady, Patrick, 4 Albert place, Castle street, Broughty Ferry 

Brady, William J. T., 22 Forest Park road 

Braid, Charles D., oil, paint, colour, and wallpaper merchant, varnish 
manufacturer, tar, pitch, rosin, lamp glass importer, shipchandler, 
32 and 34 Commercial street (Telephone No. 66 ; Telegrams, 
" Vaults ") ; h. Whinbrae, Tayport 

Braid, George, mechanic, 11 Pitfour street 

Braid, James, glazier, Edenbain place, King street, Broughty Ferry 

Braid, John, gardener, Tircarra lodge, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 

Braid, John F. , cashier, 4 Aberlemno terrace 

Braid, Robert, linoleum worker, 77 Cobden street 

Braid, Thomas, coachbuilder, 29 St Peter street 

Braid, Thomas, fitter, 36 North Ellen street 

Braid, Mrs Alice, confectioner, 31 St Peter street 

Braid, Mrs, 1 Easson's angle 

Braidwood, Mrs, 2 Stewart terrace, Dalhousie road, Barnhill 

Braine, Mrs Louisa, 23 Step row 

Braithwaite, James Allan, tea merchant and coffee roaster, 15 High 
street (Telephone No. 2593; Telegrams', "Braithwaite, Pillars"); 
h. Sunnybank cottage, Bridge lane, Barnhill 

Brand, Alexander, enginedriver, 32 Dudhope Crescent road 

Brand, Alexander, millmanager, 23 Benvie road 

BRAND, CHARLES, slater, builders' merchant, machinery merchant, and 
dealer in all kinds of new and second-hand building material, build- 
ings demolished, 146 Overgate (Telephone No. 1014 ; Telegrams, 
"Brand"); wood merchant, Lochee Saw Mills, 15 Donald street, 
Lochee ; h. 89 Pitkerro road (Tele. No. 2423). See Adv. p. 82 

Brand, Frank, book-keeper, 101 Hospital wynd 

Brand, George, fireman, Fire Station, Brown street, Broughty Ferry 

Brand, G. M., manager, 17, 18 S. Union st. ; h. 47 Princes st,, Monifieth 

Brand, James, ship carpenter, 36 Park avenue 

Brand, James, enginedriver, 43 Peddie street 

Brand, John, hammerman, 7 Glebe street 

Brand, Joshua, organist, 86 Nethergate 

Brand, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 93 Strathmartine road ; h 
141 Clepington road 

Brand, William, enginedriver, 2 Churchill place, Castle st., Bro. Ferry 

BRAND, WILLIAM, & SON, slaters and cement workers, 17 Elizabeth 
street (Telephone No. 1579), and 164 St Vincent street, Broughty 
Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 259). See Adv. p. 75 



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GENERAL DIRECTORY. 193 

Brand, Mrs, confectioner, 34 Cotton road 
Brand, Miss Mary, laundress, 155 Princes street 
Brander, George, tailor, 63 Gellatly street 

Brander, George, manager, Dundee, Broughty Ferry, and District Tram- 
ways Co., Ltd., 4 High street ; depot, Milton, Monifieth (Telephone 
No. M. 24) ; h. Alpha terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Brannen, Edward, wine and spirit merchant, 47 Union street and 27 

Yeaman shore ; h. 51 Yeaman shore 
Brannen, James, machinist, 49 Dundonald street 
Brannigan, Patrick, caretaker, 59 Provost road 
Brannon, Mrs, 11 Robertson street 
Brash, David, tenter, 3 Kincardine street 
Brayshay & Paterson, motor ignition engineers, 24 Queen street 

(Telephone No. 2843) 
Brayshay, John, of Brayshay & Paterson, 67 Pitkerro road 
Breath wood, A. W., joiner, 37 Provost road 
Brebner, James, M.A., F.B.S.E., 2 Scotswood terrace 
Brechin, William, cashier, 15 Bradbury street, Downfield 
Breckenridge, John, baker, 8 Lamb's lane 
Bremer, D. F., jute manager, 33 Seymour street 
Bremer, William, bundler, 155 South road, Lochee 
Bremner, David, cooper, 16 Forebank road 
Bremner, George, gardener, 13 Bellefield avenue 
Bremner, Mrs George, 433 King street, Broughty Ferry 
Bremner, Mrs, 22 Airlie place 

Breslin, Andrew, rag and metal merchant, 17 Hunter street 
Breslin, Daniel, boot repairer, 12 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
Brewin, Frederick, draper's salesman, 8 Baxter Park terrace 
Brewster, David, clerk, 3 Sinclair street, Lochee 
Brewster, James, milloverseer, 3 Ure street 
Brewster, John, 30 Coupar street, Lochee 
Brewster, Mrs William, 30 Coupar street, Lochee 
Bridie, David A., blacksmith, 94 Ferry road 

Brierley, Wm. , cattleman, Craigie Home Farm cottages, 210 Arbroath rd. 
Briggs, Arch. S., of Wm. Briggs & Sons, Ltd., Kelly castle, Arbroath 

(Telephone No. 93 Arbroath) 
Briggs, James A., of William Briggs & Sons, Ltd., Moraig, Farington 

street (Telephone No. 2538) 
Briggs, Thos. , Ld. (Manchester, London), 54Bellst. ; A. G. Henderson, agt. 
BRIGGS, WILLIAM, & SONS, Ltd., chemical manufacturers and contractors, 
2 Meadow Place buildings (Telegrams, "Cement"; Telephone 
Nos. 1767, 1768) ; works, Elliot Junction and Ladybank. See 
Adv. p. 57 
Briggs, Mrs William, 16 Arthurstone terrace 
Brimner, George, police constable, 13 Baffin street 
| Brimner, Mrs M., Waverley Temperance Hotel, 7 South Union street 
j Bristow, Joseph, chairmaker, 59 Main street 
Bristow, Miss, fruiterer, 51 Main street ; h. 59 

BRITANNIC ASSURANCE CO., 23 Panmure street; David Smith, supt. 
British and Argentine Meat Co., Ltd., 105 Overgate, 34 Princes street; 
and 2 South Mid street, Lochee 
12 



194 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

British Canadian Trust, Limited, 22 Meadowside ; Moody Stuart & 

Robertson, C.A., secretaries 
British Engine, Boiler, and Electric Insurance Co., Ltd., 4 High street ; 

P. D. Mitchell, Ltd., agents 
British Fibrocement Works ; sole agents in Dundee district for asbestos 

cement, fire-resisting slates and sheets, Johnstons Ltd., 17 Dock st. 
British and Foreign Metaline Co., makers of metaline, metaline bushes, 

and metaline engine packing, 62 Murraygate 
BRITISH and IRISH PLATE GLASS INSURANCE CO., Ltd.; David 

Thomson, 8 Bank st., district agt. (Teleph.No. 1141). See Adv. p. 109 
BRITISH LAW INSURANCE CO., Ltd., 34 Queen street, Edinburgh. 

See Adv. p. xxi. preceding title 
BRITISH LEGAL AND UNITED PROVIDENT ASSURANCE CO., Ltd., 38 

Whitehall street and 6 Whitehall crescent (Telephone No. 1313) ; 

David Galloway, district manager. See Adv. p. 112 
British Linen Bank — 35 Murraygate, G. K. Cockburn,agent; W.A.Elgood, 

sub-agent. 39 Westport, John Brough, agent. 40 Nethergate, 

J. Scott, agent 
British Motor Trading Corporation, Ltd. , motor traders and automobile 

engineers, British Motor buildings, New City road, Glasgow 

(Telephone No. — Garage, Douglas 100; offices, sales, works, Douglas 

1010, 3 lines ; Telegrams, " Brimotrade," Glasgow 
British Women's Temperance Association (S.C.U.), 44 High street; 

Miss J. Helen Easton, secretary 
Britnell, George, chairmaker, 72 Clepington road 
Broadley, Charles, tailor, 174 Blackness road 
Brockley, Mrs Robert, 6 Home terrace, Dundee road, West Ferry 
Brodie & Buchan, solicitors, Bank buildings, 3 King's rd. (Tele. No. 1263) 
Brodie, David, brasspolisher, 25 Stirling street 
Brodie, George, blacksmith, 52 Kemback street 

Brodie, James, boot and shoe maker, 19 Church street ; h. 32 Main street 
Brodie, Peter R., tenter, 40 Kemback street 

Brodie, Robt., wine & spirit mer., 11,13 Hawkhill ; h. 9 Forest Park rd. 
Brodie, Robt. M., of Brodie & Buchan, 5 Grange ter., Monifiethrd., B. Ferry 
Brodie, William, clerk, 12 Cobden street, Lochee 
Brodie, Miss, dressmaker, Edenbain place, King st., Brough ty Ferry 
Bromley, John M., seaman, 3 Baffin street 
Brooks, Thomas, calenderworker, 6 Lowden's alley 
BROUGH & BROWN, merchants and sack manufacturers, Dallfield Works, 

Arcade Bag Factory, and Meadowside Bag Factory ; office, 4 

Panmure st. (Telephone Nos. 1818, 1819 ; Telegrams, " Courtesy "). 

See Adv. p. xxv. preceding title 
Brough, George B., secretary, Royal Infirmary; h. 14Symers st., D'nfield 
Brough, James, of James Brough & Son, 37 Dock street 
Brough, James, & Son, wholesale fruit merchants, 37 Dock street and 

4 Commercial street 
Brough, John, of Brough & Brown, 2 East Somerville place 
Brough, John, agent, British Linen Bank, 39 Westport ; h. 9 Rosewood ter. 
Brough, John, harbour porter, 9 Eden street 
Brough, John, printer's pressman, 25 Crescent street 
Brough, John, milk lorryman, 31 Tait's lane 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 195 

Brough, R. J., 4 Grosvenor terrace 
Brough, William, glazier, 24 Hunter street 
Brough, William, painter, 13 Muirton road, Loehee 
Brough, Miss Jane, 69 High street, Loehee 
Broughty Ferry and District Economic Building Society, 210 Brook 

street, Broughty Ferry ; D. S. Webster, secretary 
Broughty Ferry and District Steam Laundry Company, Limited, Clay- 
pots road, West Ferry ; Miss Ballantyne, manageress 
Broughty Ferry Guide and Carnoustie Gazette, 248 Brook street, 

Bro. Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 343) ; James Simpson, publisher 
Broughty Ferry Liberal Association, clubrooms, 69 Gray st., Bro. Ferry 
Broughty Ferry Picture House, 44 Gray street, Broughty Ferry ; 

George A. Greig, proprietor 
Brown, Abraham T., ropespinner, 19 Wellington street 
Brown, Adam, painter, 16 Grove street 
Brown, Alexander, enginefitter, 43 Baldovan terrace 
Brown, Alexander, waiter, 60 Kemback street 
Brown, Alexander, gardener, 195 Albert street 
Brown. Alexander, traveller, 41 Baldovan terrace 
Brown, Alexander, watchmaker and jeweller, 22 Westport ; h. 32 
Brown, Alexander, retired engineer, 126 Princes street 
Brown, Alexander, manager, Farrow's Bank, Ltd., 11 High street; h. 

Fernbrae, Grove road, West Ferry 
Brown, Alexander, painter, 25 Wellgrove street 
Brown, Alexander, hairdresser, 6 Dallfield walk ; h. 8 
Brown, Alexander, joiner, 6 Strathmore street, Barnhill 
Brown, Alexander, grocer's manager, 9 Easson's angle 
Brown, Alexander, blacksmith, 42 Baldovan terrace 
Brown, Alexander, confectioner and grocer, 9 Derby pi., Castle st., B.F. 
Brown, Alexander H. , millmanager, Dens Works; h. 24 Baldovan terrace 
Brown, Alexander S., grocer's manager, 3 Eden street 
Brown, Alfred W. , 68 Church street, Broughty Ferry 
Brown, Andrew, clerk, 11 Nethergate 
Brown, Andrew, taxidriver, 78 Peddie street 
• Brown, Andrew W. , grocer's warehouseman, 32 Dudhope street 
Brown, Archibald, fireman, Fire Station, Brown street, Bro'ty Ferry 
Brown, Arthur Granger, resident director, La Scala Picture Theatre, 

30 Murraygate ; h. 10 Tay square 
Brown, A., M.A., LL.B., solicitor and notary public, 30 Reform street; 

h. Mayfield, St Andrews 
BROWN, A., & CO., practical vulcanists, 1 Urquhart st. See Adv. p. 139 
Brown, A. E., of Ale*. Moncur & Son, Viewpark, Albert cres., E. N'port 
Brown, A. M., shiprigger, 1 Kerr's lane, Loehee (Telephone No. 2294) 
Brown, Charles, mason, 1 James place, Broughty Ferry 
Brown, Colin, 19 Inverary terrace 
Brown, Colin, riveter, 11 Glebe street 
Brown, Colin, baker, 22 Temple lane 

Brown, C, confectioner and fruiterer, 18 Dundonald st. ; h. 6 Wolseley st. 
Brown, Daniel, tanner, 61 Hawkhill 
Brown, David, clerk, 87 Magdalen Yard road 
Brown, David, draper, 2 Langlands street 



196 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

BROWN, DAVID, plumber, brassfounder, gasfitter, 59 South Tay street 

and 222 Overgate. See Adv. p. 83 
Brown, David, grocer and confectioner, 25 and 27 City road ; h. 23 
Brown, David, butcher, 302 Perth road (Telephone No. 992) ; h. 

29 Strawberrybank 
Brown, David, irondresser, 46 Kincardine street 
Brown, David, general dealer, 117 Alexander street 
Brown, David, draper, 10 Grove street 
Brown, David, foreman mechanic, 349 Clepington road 
Brown, David, milksalesman, 66 Walton street 
Brown, David J., of David Brown (plumber), 11 Nethergate 
BROWN, D. M., The Arcade, High street and Commercial street 

(Telephone No. 722, 5 lines ; Telegrams, "Animated"); wholesale 

warehouseman, Rankine's court; h. Tortola, Westpark road 

(Telephone No. 2470). See Adv. p. 54 
Brown, D. M., butcher, 154Strathmartineroad(Teleph.No.27x4); h. 163 
Brown, Elizabeth, 3 Parker street 

Brown, E. P. , iron and steel merchant, The Retreat, 370 Perth road 
Brown, Geo., circuit manager, 12 Whitehall crescent 
Brown, George, tenter, 5 Bruce street 
Brown, George, foreman moulder, 59 Lochee road 
Brown, George, bootmaker, 12 Mains loan 
Brown, George, 20 Forebank road 

Brown, George, 7 King street ; h. Tay cottage, East Newport 
Brown, George, police sergeant, 131 City road 

Brown, Geo. , jeweller and watchmaker, 34 Barrack st. ; h. 14 Jedburgh rd. 
Brown, George, bellhanger, 11 South Union street 
BROWN & GOW, house painters and decorators, 31 and 33 Cowgate and 

2 St Andrew's street (Telephone No. 291). See Adv. p. 19 
Brown, Harry, blacksmith, 27 Scott street 
Brown, Harry, plumber, 34 Ben vie road 
Brown, Henry, wagon repairer, church-officer, Broughty Ferry Baptist 

Church ; h. 329 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Brown, Henry, clerk, 45 Seafield road 
Brown, Henry W., insurance agent, 40 Cleghorn street 
Brown, Herbert, newspaper representative, 18 Bellefield avenue 
Brown, James, ironturner, 11 Arklay street 
Brown, James, riveter, 9 Eden street 

Brown, James, of David Brown (plumber), 184 Lochee road 
Brown, James, milloverseer, 75 Sandeman street 
Brown, James, Apostolic Church ; h. 69 Constitution road 
Brown, James, carting foreman to J. & P. Cameron ; h. 39 High street 
Brown, James, inspector, Post Office Telephones, 197 Hilltown 
Brown, James, mechanic, 204 Lochee road 
Brown, James, painter, 136 Princes street 

Brown, James, police constable, 20 St Vincent pi. , Long lane, Bro. Fent 
Brown, James, engineer, Post Office Telegraphs, 2 Union street 
Brown, James, wood foreman, 134 Albert street 
Brown, James, machineman, 33 Lyon street 
Brown, James, joiner, 40 Court street 
Brown, James E., enginedriver, 256 Blackness road 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 19? 

Brown, James G., compositor, 262 Blackness road 
Brown, James H., commercial traveller, 160 Albert street 
Brown, James I. , manager, 47 Coupar street, Lochee 
Brown, James J., engineering draughtsman, 11 Baxter Park terrace 
Brown, James M., teacher, 27 Loons road, Lochee 
Brown, James R., joiner, 325 Clepington road 
Brown, James S., railway servant, 80 Peddie street 
Brown, James S., shipwright, 240 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Brown, Jessie Scott, confectioner, 10 Derby pi., Castle st., Bro. Ferry 
Brown, John, millwright, 168 Lochee road 
Brown, John, riveter, 7 Lily bank road 

Brown, John, fruiterer, 116 Alexander street ; k. 18 Carnegie street 
Brown, John, gardener, Vinebank, Albert road, West Ferry 
Brown, John, rope and twine mer. , 16 Mortimer street ; h. 4 Mortimer pi. 
Brown, John, headmaster, Liff Road School, Lochee ; h. 26 Bank 

avenue, Downfieid 
Brown, John, cabinetmaker, 35 Edward street 
Brown, John, of Brown & Gow, 31 Wellgate 
Brown, John, 304 Perth road 
Brown, John, cardriver, 105 Hawkhill 

Brown, John, licensed grocer, 65 Hill street ; h. 1 Thistle street 
Brown, John, of Brought & Brown, Craig-darach, 115 Pitkerro road 
Brown John D., optician and photographic stock dealer, 28 Castle 

street ; h. 5 Gray street, Broughty Ferry 
Brown, J. D., grocer, 132 Victoria road, 187 Strathmartine road, 254 

Clepington road, and 9 Dura street ; h. 3 Forfar road 
Brown, J. M. housefactor, 20 Park place, Ancrum road, Lochee 
Brown, Lachlan, King's Cross Chemical Works (Telephone No. 1950) ; 

h. 1 Lintrathen street 
Brown, Lawrence, ironmoulder, 182 Strathmartine road 
Brown, Peter, grocer, 28 Dundonald street ; h. 15 Pitkerro road 
Brown, Peter, gardener, 2 Cumberland place, Brook street, Bro. Ferry 
Brown, Peter, upholsterer, 9 Glamis street 
Brown, Peter, blacksmith, 20 Park place, Ancrum road, Lochee 
Brown, Peter, mason, 22 Constitution street 
BROWN & PETRIE, blacksmiths and engineers, Russell lane. See 

Adv. p. 138 
Brown, P. S., of Brown & Tawse, Craigmount, Fairfield rd., West Ferry 
Brown, Robert, baker, 4 Molison street 
Brown, Robert, postman, 3 Step row 
Brown, Robert, foreman plumber, 22 Baldovan terrace 
Brown, Robert, warehouseman, 119 Lochee road 
Brown, Robert, fruiterer, 115 Victoria road 
Brown, Robert, 7 Baldovan road, Downfieid 
Brown, Robert, flourmiller, 46 Lily bank road 
Brown, Robert, postman, 6 Blackness street 
Brown, Robert, grocer, 187 Strathmartine road 
Brown, Robert, grocer, 29a Strathmartine road 
Brown, Robert A. , labourmaster, East Poorhouse, 1 Molison street 
Brown, Robert B., mechanic, 10 American Muir road, Downfieid 
Brown, Robert J., draper, 32 Albert street 



198 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Brown, R., 15 Union place 

Brown & Tawse, Ltd., iron and steel mers., 49 Meadowside ; warehouse, 

16, 18 Exchange street (Tele. No. 802 ; Telegrams, "Mercator") 
Brown, Thomas, clerk, 168 Albert street 
Brown, Thomas, janitor, Harris Academy, Park place 
Brown, Thomas, caretaker, 3 Millar's lane, Lochee 
Brown, Thomas, gardener, Farington lodge, Perth road 
Brown, Thomas H., butcher, 5 Tannadice street ; h. 22 Wolseley street 
Brown, Thomas, & Son, painters and decorators, 47 and 49 Perth road 
Brown, T. R., 59 Lyon street 
Brown, William, coal merchant, 22 Barrack street (Telephone No. 2632) ; 

h. 6 Whitehall crescent 
Brown, Wm., agent for Fairbairn, 10 Panmure street ; h. 2 Duff street 
Brown, William, foreman of cleansing, 46 Arthurstone terrace 
Brown, William, enginedriver, 22 Rosefield street 
Brown, William, 6 Fleuchar street 
Brown, William, manager, Edenbank Picture House, 72 Watson street; 

h. 6 North Wellington street 
Brown, William, police constable, 9 Pitfour street 
Brown, William, district manager, Post Office Telephones, 13 Panmure 

street ; h. Avondale, West Newport 
Brown, William, motor mechanic, 175 Lochee road 
Brown, William, jun., 3 Greenfield place 

Brown, William, builder, 48 Peel street and Ancrum road, Lochee 
Brown, William, joiner, 21 American Muir road, Downfield 
Brown, William, gardener, Moyness cottage, Grove road, West Ferry 
Brown, William, gardener, Cambustay, Dalhousie road, Barnhill 
Brown, William, under foreman, 1 Annfield street 
Brown, William, fitter, 13 Charles street 
Brown, William Halley, wine and spirit merchant, 2 Lyon street 

(Telephone No. 221), and 28 Albert street; h. Cuba cottage, 

Dundee road, West Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 376) 
Brown, William T., grocery salesman, 16 Baxter Park terrace 
Brown, William T. , office messenger, 3 Easson's angle 
Brown, W. R., clerk, 47 Coupar street, Lochee 
Brown, Mrs Alexander, house proprietrix, 41 Baldovan terrace 
Brown, Mrs Alexander, 14 Stirling street 
Brown, Mrs Alexander, 11 Arklay street 
Brown, Mrs Alfred, 68 Church street, Broughty Ferry 
Brown, Mrs Christina, 41b Mains loan 

Brown, Mrs Christina, 12 Seaview place, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Brown, Mrs David, draper, 323 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Brown, Mrs David, 66 Logie street, Lochee 
Brown, Mrs David D., 5 Stewart terrace, Barnhill 
Brown, Mrs D. M., 163 Strathmartine road 
Brown, Mrs Elizabeth, 4 Eden street 

Brown, Mrs I. , ladies', children's outfitter, 229 Brook st. , B. Ferry ; h, 213 
Brown, Mrs James, 342 Perth road 
Brown, Mrs James, 34 Tait's lane 
Brown, Mrs John, 34 Thomson street 
Brown, Mrs John, 7 Kirkton road, Downfield 



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Brown, Mrs Robert, 45 Lyon street 

Brown, Mrs R. H., 8 Tof thill, Lochee 

Brown, Mrs, apartments, 6 Cleghorn street 

Brown, Mrs, 3 Yewbank avenue, Broughty Ferry 

Brown, Mrs, 3 Cunningham street 

Brown, Mrs, 5 Renny place, Grove road, West Ferry 

Brown, Miss Alice, fruiterer, 74 Albert street 

Brown, Miss A., manglekeeper, 6 St Salvador street 

Brown, Miss Elizabeth, 2 Arbroath road 

Brown, Miss Florence, confectioner, 199 Hawkhill ; h. 212 Blackness rd. 

Brown, Miss Isabella, cook, 11 Mid street 

Brown, Miss Jessie, 23 Wellgrove street, Lochee 

Brown, Miss, Ferry house, 22 Gray street, Broughty Ferry 

Brown, Miss, The Grove, Dundee road, West Ferry 

Brown, Miss, Lynedoch, Strathern road, West Ferry 

Brown, Misses, 13 Osborne place 

Browne, D. J., clerk, Glenlea, Seafield road, Broughty Ferry 

Browning, Samuel, hotelkeeper, Browning's Hotel, 7 Crichton street 

Brownlee, George, butcher, 140 Ferry road 

Brownlee, W. & R., builders and manufacturing joiners, 52 Small's wynd 

Brownlie, James L., foreman boilermaker, 224 Brook street, Bro. Ferry 

Brownlie, Miss M., fruiterer, 8 Hawkhill ; h. 12 Park lane 

Bruce, Adam, tailor, 204 Lochee road 

Bruce, Alexander, of Alex. Bruce & Son, Glendruid, 17 Argyle street 

Bruce, Alexander, seaman, 1 Leng street 

Bruce, Alexander, baker, 54 Main street 

Bruce, Alexander, & Son, Victoria Joinery Works, 129 Clepington road 

Bruce, Alfred, of Alexander Bruce & Son, 15 Argyle street 

Bruce, Alfred, tinsmith, 75 Albert street 

Bruce, Archibald, joiner, 1 Baxter Park terrace 

BRUCE'S BUSINESS TRAINING COLLEGE, teachers of shorthand, type- 
writing, bookkeeping, &c, 13 Albert square. See Adv. p. 89 

Bruce & Co. , wholesale confectioners, 22 Hawkhill 

Bruce, David, confectioner, 7 William street 

Bruce, David, ironturner, 4 Yeaman's alley, Lochee 

Bruce, David C, clerk, 68 Dalkeith road 

Bruce, David P., vanman, 43 Erskine street 

Bruce, David T., draper, 11 1£ Hawkhill ; h. 59 Lyon street 

Bruce, Rev. Douglas W., St Stephen's Parish Church ; h. 1 Victoria 
place, Queen street, Broughty Ferry 

Bruce, Duncan, mason, 54 South road, Lochee ; h. 24 

Bruce, D. G. S., M.P.S., chemist and druggist, 65 Perth road 
(Telephone No. 2867) 

Bruce, George, painter, 8 Balfour street 

Bruce, George, grocer, 27 Strathmartine road ; h. 25 

Bruce, George, mason, 50 South road, Lochee 

Bruce, George, cyclebuilder, 206 King street, Broughty Ferry 

Bruce, Harry, pig and poultry breeder, dealer, Yewbank, Monifieth rd. 

Bruce, James, joiner, 87 Strathmartine road 

Bruce, James, & Sons, confectioners, The Pillars, 13 High street 
(Telephone No. 2236) : h. Seabank, East Newport 



200 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Bruce, James, L.D.S., R.C.S., Edin., dental surgeon, 146 Nethergate * 

A. 16 Albany terrace 
Bruce, James, waiter, 106 Hawkhill 
Bruce, James, ironturner, 7 Peel street, Lochee 
Bruce, James, foreman boxmaker, 47 Loons road, Lochee 
Bruce, James, coppersmith, 37 Lyon street 

Bruce, Jas., gardener, Clement park W. lodge, Coupar Angus rd., Lochee 
Bruce, James C. , clerk, 22 Maryfield terrace 

Bruce, James P., of Bruce, Son, & Morton, Panmurebank, Carnoustie 
Bruce, John, blacksmith, 13 Morgan street 
Bruce, John, dairyman, 503a Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Bruce, John, builder, 24 Marshall street 

Bruce, John B., grocer, 98 Liff road, Lochee ; h. 2 Perrie street 
Bruce, John G., milk salesman, 30 Annfield row 
Bruce, John P., accountant, Alliance Trust Co., Ltd. ; h. 2 Windsor 

terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Bruce, John, & Sons, builders, 54 South road, Lochee ; h. 24 Marshall 

street, Lochee 
Bruce, Joseph, policeman, 232 Perth road 
Bruce, J. Govan, of Stewart Brothers, Encliffe, Albert road, Broughty 

Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 381) 
Bruce, Laurence, foreman, 5 Victoria square, 43 Nethergate 
Bruce, Malcolm, student, 5 Gowrie place 

Bruce, Mary Ann, dressmaker and draper, 9 South Tay street 
Bruce, M. , grocer, 24 Balfour street 
Bruce, Peter, clerk, 49 Caldrum street 
Bruce, Robert, police constable, 46 Scott street 

Bruce, Robt. M. , tailor, clothier, 94Gray st. , B. Ferry; h. 216Kingst. ,B.F. 
Bruce, R. S., 17 Dock street 

Bruce, Son, & Morton, architects, 10 Whitehall street 
Bruce, Stewart J., accountant, Dens Works ; h. 1 Baxter Park terrace 
Bruce & Sturrock (Dundee Brattice Cloth and Waterproofing Co., 

Ltd.), Regent Works, 16 Milne's East wynd 
Bruce, Thomas, calender manager, 49 Lyon street 
Bruce, T. W. , & Smith, plumbers, 23 Strathmartine road ; h. 25 
Bruce, William, of W. G. Grant & Co., Ltd., Montpelier, by Dundee 

(Telephone No. B.F. 281) 
Bruce, William, manager, 34 Lammerton terrace 
BRUCE, WILLIAM, F.C.I., F.F.T. Com., of Bruce's Business Training College, 

Fairmuir villa, 290 Strathmartine rd., Downfield. See Adv. p. 89 
Bruce, William, storekeeper, 53 Milnbank road 
Bruce, William, mechanic, 33 Dundonald street 

Bruce, William, coachman, The Lodge, Camperdown street, Bro. Ferry 
Bruce, William, family grocer, 55 Lome street, Lochee 
Bruce, William, dairyman, 2 Arbroath road 
Bruce, Mrs B., 1 Wellington street 

Bruce, Mrs David, wine, spirit mer., house propr., 57-59A Lochee road 
Bruce, Mrs David, 4 Dudhope terrace 
Bruce, Mrs David A., 213 Albert street 
Bruce, Mrs D., general stores, 22 South road, Lochee ; h. 24 
Bruce, Mrs Elizabeth Fairnie, 25 Strathmartine road 



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Bruce, Mrs John P., 395 Strathmartine rd., Downfield (Tele. No. D. 26) 
Bruce, Mrs Peter, confectioner, 47 Caldrum street ; k. 49 
Bruce, Mrs Philip F. , Walleroo, 460 Strathmartine road 
Bruce, Mrs Robert, 5 Bonny bank road 
Bruce, Mrs Robert, 4 Balgay avenue 
Bruce, Mrs William, 8 Laurelbank 
Bruce, Mrs, 34 Lammerton terrace 
Bruce, Mrs, 20 Blyth street 
Bruce, Miss A., 1 Wellington street 
Bruce, Miss B. M., dressmaker, 37 Union street 
BRUCE, Miss EVELYN, A.C.T.S. (Inc.), C.E.T.D., commercial teacher, 

Excelsior College, 94 Commercial street ; h. 2 Tullideph road. 

See Adv. p. 133 
Bruce, Miss M. , grocer, 10 Brook street ; h, 31 
Bruce, Miss, 3 Richmond terrace 
Bruce, Misses M. A. & L., dressmakers and ladies' tailors, 101 and 103 

Hawkhill ; h. 9 South Tay street 
Brunton. John N., bank teller, 10 Airlie terrace 
Brunton, William, tailor, 9 Dallrield terrace 
Brush, John W., of Marshall & Brush, 2 Adelaide terrace 
Brush, Samuel C, M.B., CM., of Marshall & Brush, 292 Strathmartine 

road, Downfield 
Bryan, David, calenderworker, 185 Strathmartine road 
Bryan, G. E., pianotuner, Wellwood, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 
Bryan, Thomas, mason, 8 Annfield street 
Bryant, G. E., manager, Liverpool Victoria Friendly Society; h. 24 

Baldovan terrace 
Bryant, L. (from James Valentine, Ltd.), dealer in fine art goods, 

British and Foreign fancy goods, 34 to 36 High street (Telephone 

No. 501) ; h. Riverview, Barnhill 
Bryce, Alexander N., teacher, 36 Muirfleld crescent, Downfield 
Bryce, James, telegraphist, 325 Clepington road 
Bryce, John, bookkeeper, 11 Dudhope street 
Bryce, William, joiner, 4 Stirling street 
Bryden, John, & Sons, electric and mechanical bellfitters, electric light 

and telephone engineers, and window blind manufacturers, 32 

Bell street (Telephone No. 2142) 
Brydie, David, draper, milliner, 107 High st., Lochee; h. 12 Ancrumrd. 
Brymer, David, millmanager, 155 Strathmartine road 
Brymer, George A., ironturner, 5 Cunningham street 
Brymer, James, marine engineer, 4 Stirling street 
Brymer, Sinclair, cooper, 260 Hilltown 
Brymer, Mrs, 140 Ferry road 

Brymer, Miss E., 6 Gladstone terrace, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Brymer, Miss M. , Baxter Park Dairy, 83 Arbroath rd. ; h. 19 Baldovan ter. 
BRYSON, DAVID S., oil merchant, importer, and refiner, Victoria oil, 

paint, and varnish stores, 43-47 Trades lane ; h. Sydenham villa, 

37 Forfar road. See Adv. p. 19 
Bryson, Geo., millforeman, Camperdown Works ; h. 41 Loons rd., Lochee 
Bryson, H. & A., costumiers, 227 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Bryson, James F., overseer, 155 Strathmartine road 

12a 



202 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Bryson, John, consulting engineer, 157 King street, Broughty Feny 

Bryson, John M., clerk, 4 Arklay street 

Bryson, William, police sergeant, 252 Blackness road 

Bryson, William, mason, 43 Loons road, Lochee 

Bryson, Mrs John, wine and spirit mer., 155 King st., Bro. Ferry ; h. 157 

Bryson, Miss, 81 Fort street, Broughty Ferry 

Buchan, Alexander, registrar, 93 Commercial st.; h. 15 Blackness avenue 

Buchan, Andrew, butcher, 27 Dundonald street ; h. 78 Dalkeith road 

Buchan, David S. , 12 Springfield 

Buchan, James, of Brodie & Buchan, 4 Laurelbank (Telephone Nos. — 
office, 1263 ; house, 1412) 

Buchan, James, journalist, Evening Telegraph ; h. 87 Magdalen green 

Buchan, James, coachman, Duncarse lodge, Hazel drive 

Buchan, John S., of T. & J. Buchan, 6 Windsor street 

Buchan, John T., 15 Speed's terrace, Tait's lane 

Buchan, Mungo, insurance agent, 22 Kinloch street 

Buchan, T. & J., auctioneers and valuators, 15 and 17 Barrack street 
(Telephone No. 2111) 

Buchan, William C, dog dealer, 11 Benvie road 

Buchan, Mrs David, 152a Lochee road 

Buchan, Mrs William, 8 Westpark gardens 

Buchan, Mrs William, 12 Benvie road 

Buchan, Misses, Linfield, Blackness avenue 

Buchanan, Andrew W., 3 Gibson terrace 

BUCHANAN, JAMES R., proprietor, Westfield Steam Laundry, 13 
Westfield lane. See Adv. p. 25 

Buchanan, Robert, clerk, 26 Forfar road 

Buchanan, Robert, M.B., CM., M.A., B.Sc, D.P.H., Easterby, Oakley 
place, Queen street, Broughty Ferry 

Buchanan, Thomas, gardener, Fernhall cottage, Dundee rd., W. Ferry 

Buchanan, Thomas K., 3 Gibson terrace 

Buchanan, William, F.T.C.A., district representative, Church of 
Scotland Committee on Temperance, 3 Gibson terrace 

Buchanan, Mrs David, 2 Arbroath road 

Buchanan, Mrs, waitress, 12 Cobden street 

Buchanan, Mrs, 35 Guthrie street 

Buchanan,MissJ.A.,dairyprod. dlr.,23N. Lindsay st.; h. 2Arbroathrd. 

Buckenham, C. P. , prof, cricketer, Taybankcot. , Collingwood st. , Barnhill 

Buglass, A. H., solicitor, 65 Trades lane ; h. 17 Janefield place 

BUGLASS & JAMIESON, LTD., electrical engineers, 65 Trades lane (Tele- 
phone No. 2866 ; Telegrams, "Capacity.") See Adv. p. 84 

Buglass, John F., of Buglass & Jamieson, Ltd., 17 Janefield place 

Buglass, Mrs D. B., 17 Janefield place 

Buick, Mrs Thomas, 1 East Kerrington crescent, Barnhill 

Buik, Andrew, clerk, 97 Arbroath road 

Buik, Charles W., of W. & H. Buik, Braeknowe, West Newport 

Buik, David C. , bookbinder, 20 Peddie street 

Buik, W. & H. , rope and twine manufacturers, 23 Dock street 

Buik, Mrs Andrew, 71 Perrie street, Lochee 

Buik, Mrs M., confectioner, 14 Dundonald street 

Buik, Mrs, 4 Kinnaird street 



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Buik, Mrs, 2 Blackness crescent 

Buist, Alex. B., sheriff-officer, Poor Rates office, Bell st. ; h. 12 Garland pi. 
Buist, Andrew, houseagent, 17 Barrack street ; h. 1 Wellington street 
Buist, Andrew, of The Buist Spinning Co. , Ltd. , Taypark, Perth road 
Buist, George, of George Buist & Co., 7 Roxburgh terrace 
Buist, George, & Co., jute and yarn merchants, 27 Albert square 
Buist, Henry, 22 Lammerton terrace 

Buist, Henry, M.B., Ch.B., Edin., 21 Thomson st. (Telephoue No. 1544) 
Buist, John, compositor, 4 Wellington street 
Buist, J. C, of Don Bros., Buist, & Co., Ltd., Balgillo house, Claypots 

road, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 2) 
Buist, Richard, & Sons, cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 100 and 108 

Commercial street (Telephone Nos. 1089, 1090) ; branch, 179 Brook 

street, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 28) ; works, 15a Bell st. 
Buist, Robt. Cochrane, M.A.,M.D.,C.M.,M.R.C.P.(Ed.),166Nethergate 
Buist, Robert N., M.A., teacher, 34 Baldovan terrace 
Buist Spinning Co., Ltd., The, jutespinners, Stobs well Works, 28^Dura 

street (Telephone No. 1202 ; Exchange Box 34) 
Buist, William B., weaving overseer, 176 Lochee road 
Buist, William Huntly, of Richard Buist & Sons, 15 Albany terrace 
Buist, Mrs H. D. , 1 Morgan street 
Buist, Mrs Isabella M. C. , 1 Morgan street 

Buist, Mrs John, dairykeeper, 13 Baldovan terrace ; h. 31 Park avenue 
Buist, Mrs Margaret, 3 Guthrie terrace, Barnhill 
Bullimore, Joseph, chauffeur, Bughties, Camphill road, Bro. Ferry. 
Bulloch, John, H.M. Customs and Excise, Customhouse ; h. Rosedale 

Long lane, Broughty Ferry 
Bulloch, Mrs, Brenziet, Edward street, West Ferry 
BUNCLE, THOMAS A., & CO., twine, rope, and cord manufacturers, Holy 

rood Rope Works, Dunfermline. See Adv. p. 28 
Buntin, Mrs J., 9 Airlie terrace 
Burden, Duncan Macnab, M.A. (Edin.), LL.B. (Edin.), solicitor, 20 

Whitehall street (Telephone No. 2277) ; h. 2 Windsor terrace 
Burden,Wm.,watchmaker,jewellei , ,20Bankst.,L'hee; h. 15Wellgrove st. 
Burden, Mrs James, 2 Windsor terrace 
Burdon, Rev. H., B.A., rector, S. Margaret's Episcopal Church, 

Lochee ; h. 19 Ancrum road 
Burgess, Rev. Albert, Lochee Baptist Church ; h. 162 City road 
Burgess, James, clerk, 27 Seymour street 

Burgess, Rev. Jas., Beach Ch., Bro. Fy. ; h. Beach manse, Seafieldrd., B.F. 
Burgess, William, warehouseman, 12 Rose street 
Burgess, W. L., M.D., D.P.H., medical officer of health, Public Health 

Department, West Bell street ; h. 5 Balgray road, Downfielcl 
Burgoyne & Bellamy, painters, 81 and 83 Ann st. (Telephone No. 1537) 
Burgoyne, James R. , of Burgoyne & Bellamy, 38 Ann street 
Burke, A. Fordyce, solicitor, 68 Murraygate (Telephone No. 263) ; h. 

Avoca, 28 Bingham terrace (Telephone No. 1415) 
Burke, James, milloverseer, 46 Constitution street 
Burke, Patrick, clerk, 9 Dallfield terrace 

Burke, Thomas, coaldealer, 7 St Mary street ; h. 12S City road 
Burke, William, roillmanager, Lauder cottage, 126 City road 



204 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Burke, W. M., city chamberlain and gas and electricity treasurer, 89 

Commercial st. ; h. Carlogie house, Carnoustie (Telephone No. C. 3) 
Burke,MrsM. , organist, StMary'sR.C.Ch., Lochee; h. 42 High st., Loch ee 
Burness, Archibald, mason, 3 Scott street 
Burness, Robert, carter, 28 Arbroath road 
Burness, Helen, stationer and tobacconist, 4 Liff road, Lochee 
Burnett, Alexander, gardener, 11 Don's road 
Burnett, Alexander, saddler, 46 Seafield road 
Burnett, Alexander, clerk, 31 Scott street 

Burnett, Alexander B., telegraph clerk, 5 Park pi., Ancrum rd., Lochee 
Burnett, Alex. D., physical instructor, Dundee Education Authority ; 

h. 23 Baxter Park terrace 
Burnett Brothers, merchants ; sole agents for Scotland, Sason Oil Co., 

Ltd. (Manchester) ; 3 Seagate ; h. S. Kinloch st., Carnoustie 
Burnett, David, of John Burnett & Sons, 288 Perth road 
Burnett, D., cabinetmaker, Bellevue place, King street, Broughty Perry 
BURNETT, GEORGE, property and insurance agent, 155 Victoria road 

(Telephone No. 1860) ; h. 12 Nelson street. See Adv. p. 108 
Burnett, James, saddler, 2 Westfield place 
Burnett, John, detective officer, 37 Stirling street 
Burnett, John, saddler, 17 Mains road 

Burnett, John, of John Burnett & Sons, 300 Blackness road 
Burnett, John, & Sons, bakers, 11 Brook st., 119 Overgate, & 25 Lochee rd. 
Burnett, Robert, baker and confec, 117 Hilltown, 4 Strathmartine rd., 

33a Dundonaldst. , and 100 King st. ; h. Hillcrest house, Kinghorne rd. 
Burnett, William, tenter, 8 Arthurstone terrace 
Burnett, William S., baker, 76 High street 
Burnett, Mrs, 16 Bellefield avenue 
Burns, Alfred M., chartered accountant, 20 Whitehall street; h. 2 

Falconhurst terrace 
Burns, Arthur M., manufacturing stationer, 112 Nethergate ; h. 

Struanbrae, Green lane, Carnoustie 
Burns, David, compositor, 67 Ure street 
Burns, David, engineer, 17 School road, Downfield 
Burns, Frank R. H., waiter, 4 Idvies street 
Burns & Harris, Ltd., manufacturing stationers, 112 Nethergate (Tele. 

No, 108), and Tayside Works, Long wynd (Telephone No. 2099; 

Telegrams, "Tayside") 
Burns, James, moulder, 161 Strathmartine road 
Burns, James, joiner, 29 Rosefield street 
Burns, James, shoemaker, 178 High street, Lochee 
Burns, John, pastrybaker, 19 School road, Downfield 
Burns, John S., 8 Constitution terrace 
Burns, Margaret, manglekeeper, 7 Middle street 
Burns, Samuel, painter, 27 Kirk street, Lochee 
Burns, Thomas A., 8 Constitution terrace 
Burns, William, clerk, 192 Lochee road 

Burns, William, of Burns & Harris, Ltd., 2 Roxburgh ter. (Tel. No. 1686) 
Burns, William, milloverseer, 37 Rosefield street 
Burns, William, mechanic, 13 Hospital wynd 
Burns, William, 8 Aberlemno terrace 



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Burns, William L., draughtsman, 145 Ciepington road 
Burns, Mrs Alex. B. , wine & spirit mer. , 119 Victoria rd. ; h. 1 Lamb's In. 
Burns, Mrs B., broker, 62 Hawkhill ; h. 58 

Burnside, John, P.O. engineering dept. ; h. Briarwood, Queen st., B.F. 
Burnside Works, Milne's West wynd ; J. S. Bradford & Co., waste mer. 
Burrell, Robert J., stereotyper, 14 Brown Constable street 
Burrough's Adding Machine, Ltd., 69 Nethergate (Telephone No. 2872) 
Burrows, C. F. S., photographer, 42 Albert street 
Burrows, John, A.L.C.M., pianotuner, organist of Tay Square Church; 

h. 30 Whitehall street 
Burrows, Miss Violet C, soprano vocalist, music teacher, 30 Whitehall st. 
Burry, Alex., church-officer, Martyrs U.F. Church ; h. 55 Annfield rd. 
Burry, Peter, greengrocer and confectioner, 29 Ogilvie street ; h. 27 
Burry, William M., warehouseman, 10 Molison street 
Burry, Mrs W. M., 141 Ciepington road 
Burt, James D., assurance agent, 1 Sandeman street 
Burt, John, linendraper, 278a Hilltown ; h. 31 Wellgate 
Burton, William, fitter, 40 Cobden street 
Butchart, Alexander, 50 Farington street 

Butchart, Alex., grocer, wine mer., 46, 48 Polepark rd. ; h. 26 Albany ter. 
Butchart, Alexander, butcher, 351 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Butchart, Alexander M. , clerk, 7 Ward road 

Butchart, Andw., tailor, draper, 282 Hilltown ; h. 105 Strathmartine rd. 
Butchart, David, cabinetmaker, 27 Kirk street, Lochee 
Butchart, David, gardener, Northwood lodge, Strathern road, B. Ferry 
Butchart, David, piermaster, Broughty Ferry ; h. Tay sq., Long lane, B.F. 
Butchart, David M., telegraphist, 11 Lintrathen gardens 
Butchart, Edward, watchmaker, 272 Hilltown ; h. 109 Albert street 
Butchart, Henry, overseer, 1 Stobswell road 
Butchart, John, night watchman, 7 Ward road 
Butchart, M. , Old Age Pension officer, Customhouse ; h. The Rectory, 

Well road 
Butchart, Robert, licensed grocer, 92Highst., Lochee ; h. 27 Ancrum rd. 
Butchart, Roy F., secretary, Shop Assistants' Union, 26 Commercial st. 
Butchart, R. K., B.Sc, F.R.S.E., lecturer, University College; h. 5 

Briarwood terrace 
Butchart, William, hairdresser, 60 Strathmartine road 
Butchart, Mrs Ann, 4 Mortimer place 
Butchart, Mrs David S., fancy goods agent, 38 King street 
Butchart, Mrs James, 2 Graham place 
Butchart, Mrs James H., 190 Lochee road 

Butchart, Mrs, general dealer, 72| Church street ; h. 287 Hilltown 
Butchart, Miss A. F. , teacher, 6 Park terrace 

ButGhart, Miss Jessie, dairykeeper, 29 Lilybank road ; h. 88 Princes st. 
Butchart, Miss Mary H., 88 Princes street 
Butchart, Miss, dressmaker, 6 Eden street 
Butt, Edwin, confectioner, 30 Forfar road 

Buttar, Andw., slater & slate merchant, 31 Hawkhill (Telephone No. 611) 
Buttar, David, solicitor, 32 Bank street (Telephone No. 1642) ; h. 

Highclitfe, Farington street (Telephone No. 2413) 
Buttar, Elizabeth, dressmaker, 37 Logie street, Lochee 



206 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Buttar, John, factory tenter, 199 Clepington road 
Buttar, Robert, iron turner, 4 Park terrace, Blackness road 
Butte, John, electrician, 23 Benvie road 
Butter, Alexander, clerk, 9 Easson's angle 
Butter, George G., cashier, 21 Baldovan terrace 
Butter, Miss Christina, 11 Bellefield avenue 

Butter, Mrs John S., Tigh-an-Lighiche, 56 Frederick street, Downfield 
Buttercup Dairy Co., 67 High street, 44, 121 Albert st., 152 Lochee rd., 
211 Perth rd., 24 Strathmartine rd. ; and 203 Brook st., Bro. Ferry. 
Butterfield, William, calenderworker, 27 Campbell street, Lochee 
Butters, Alexander, basketmaker, 21 Step row 
Byars, Mrs E., 47 Albert street 

Byer, George F., grocer's manager, 421 King street, Broughty Ferry 
Byers, David, draughtsman, 30 Clepington road 
Byers, John, joiner and houseagent, 20 Forfar road 
Byers, J. Stewart, 24 Shepherd's loan 

Cable, Thomas, & Son, joiners and funeral undertakers, 50 Albert 

street ; workshop, 63 Albert street ; h.-8 Craigie street 
Cadden, John, irondresser, 24 Ogilvie's road 
Cadenhead, Charles, vanman, 66 Walton street 

Cadenhead, Charles, grocer and confectioner, 213 King street, B. Ferry 
Cadenhead, John, mechanic, 14 Wilkie's lane 

Cadenhead, William, clerk, D. & A. Joint Railway; h. 32 Baldovan ter. 
Cafferata & Co., plaster manufacturers, Newark-on-Trent ; agents, 

Johnstons Ltd., 17 E. Dock st. ; stores and yard, King William dock 
Cain, Augustin James, foreman, 156 Strathmartine road 
Caira, Dominic, confectioner, 9 Bank street, Lochee 
Caira, R. , confectnr. , 15 Bank st. and 9 South rd. , Lochee ; h. 24 South rd. 
Caird, Alexander, of A. Caird & Sons, Ltd., 4 Baxter Park terrace 
Caird, Alexander, jun., of A. Caird & Sons, Ltd., 7 Lynnewood place 
CAIRD, A., & SONS, Ltd., tailors, clothiers, and boys' outfitters, 17 

Reform street (Telephone No. 1785) 
Caird, Andrew K., plumber, 18 Taylor street, Lochee 
Caird, David, insurance agent, 59 Logie street, Lochee 
Caird, David, bootmaker, 304 Queen street, Broughty Ferry 
Caird, James, sculptor and monumental worker, Union street, Broughty 

Ferry ; h. 236 King street, B.F. 
Caird, James B., cashier, Panmure Shipyard ; h. 15 Thomson street 
CAIRD (DUNDEE) LIMITED, jute spinners and manufacturers, Ashton 

Works, 195 Hawkhill (Telephone No. 1540, 1541, 1542, private 

branch exchange), and Craigie Works, Robertson st. (Telephone 

No. 296) ; registered office, 195 Hawkhill 
Caird, Mrs Alexander, newsagent, 138 King street, Broughty Ferry 
Caird, Mrs Thomas, 204 Lochee road 
Caird, Miss Margaret A., 20 Springfield 

Cairncross, Arthur F., late surveyor, Livonia cot., Campfield rd., B. F. 
Cairncross, James, confectioner, 255 Clepington road 
Cairncross, James, engineer, 5 Church street, Broughty Ferry 
Cairncross, John, water inspector, 375 Clepington road 
Cairnie, Charles, stationer and tobacconist, 81 Milnbank road; h. 55 



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Cairnie, James, mechanic, 47 Logie street, Lochee 

Cairnie, James, mechanic, 18 Ben vie road 

Cairnie, John, tenter, 1 Benvie road 

Cairnie, John, painter, 182 King street, Broughty Ferry 

Cairnie, Kate, draper, 31 Lochee road 

Cairnie, Peter, mechanic, 1 1 Pitf onr street 

Cairns, Rev. Frank, EastU.F. Ch., Bro. Fy.; h. Mansefield, Camphillrd. 

Cairns, Henry, billiardroom-keeper, 24 Bank street ; A. 2 Sibbald street 

Cairns, James L., custom's officer, Customhouse; h. 6 Kerrington 

crescent, Barnhill 
Cairns, Martin, insurance inspector, 9 Janefield place 
Cairns, William, grocer, 44 Cleghorn street 
Cairns, Mrs, 2 Old Muirton road, Lochee 
Caithness, George, dresser, 10 Rosefield street 
Caithness, George, joiner, 2 Francis street 
Caithness, J., 10 Rosefield street 
Caithness, Peter, engineer, 17 Princes street 

Caithness, Mrs Francis, 8 Gladstone terrace, Brook street, Bro'ty Ferry 
Caithness, Mrs, Rosslyn house, 271 Clepington road 
Caithness, Miss, 57 Dens road 

Calder, Alex., wine & spirit mer., 267Hilltown; h. 19 Strathmartine rd. 
Calder, Alexander, jun., house proprietor, 15Inverary terrace 
Calder, Daniel, collector, Water Commission ; 7i. 114 Hawkhill 
Calder, David, mason, 10 Lorimer street 
Calder, David R., solicitor, 27 Bank street (Telephone No. 1391); h. 

Marguerite villa, 399 Clepington road 
Calder, John B., confectioner, 1 Fyffe street 

Calder, John B., grocer, wine mer., 277 Hilltown; h. 208 Strathmartine rd. 
Calder, Mrs John, 210 Strathmartine road 
Calder, Mrs J. G., 20 Airlie place 
Calder, Mrs William, 13 Glamis street 
Calder, Mrs, 41 Victoria street 

Calderwood, Matthew, irongrinder, 10 Stevenson street, Lochee 
Calderwood, William J. , teacher of music, 10 Whitehall street ; h. 

Primrosebank, West Newport 
Caldrum Works, St Salvador st. ; Harry Walker & Sons, Ltd., manufrs. 
CALDWELL, ALEXANDER, rag, jute, flax waste, waste paper, and metal 

merchant, 5 and 7 East Henderson's wyud (Telephone No. 2405) ; 

h. 6 Garland place. See Adv. p. 20 
Caldwell, George F. F., waste and rag merchant, 29 Scott street 
Caldwell, James, lithographer, 1 Union place 
Caldwell, Robert, railway clerk, 51 Hospital wynd 
Caldwell, Robert D. F., clerk, 5 Paradise road 
Caldwell, Mrs., tobacconist, 41 Perth road 
CALEDON, THE, SHIPBUILDING AND ENGINEERING CO. , LTD., head office, 

Lilybank Engine Works (Telephone Nos. 1986, 1987 ; Telegrams, 

"Caledon") ; Caledon Shipyard (Telephone Nos. 1452, 1453) ; and 

Stannergate Shipyard (Telephone No. 1435). See Adv. p. 13 
CALEDONIAN INSURANCE CO., 35 Albert square ; A. W. Kennedy, 

F.C.I.L, secretary (Telephone No. 579; Telegrams, "Caledonian 

Insurance"). See Adv. p. facing back board 



208 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Caledonian Railway Station and Goods Office, South Union street 

Caledonian Works, Anderson's lane, Lochee; Spalding & Valentine, Ltd. 

Calenderworker, Linoleum, and Dyeworkers' Union, 8 Overgate (Tele. 
No. 848) ; James Cunningham, secretary ; h. 17 Glebe street 

CALLAGHAN & CO., saw and edge tool makers and cutlers, 10 Whitehall 
crescent. See Adv. p. 98 

Callaghan, John W., of Callaghan & Co., Cragganmhor, Wormit 

Calligan, Thomas, sackdealer, 55 Larch street ; h. 10 Forest Park road 

Callighan, John, market gardener, 184 Perth road 

Calvert, Arthur, draper, 57, 73, and 75 Wellgate and 108 Hawkhill ; h. 
Downie villa, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 

Calvert, Arthur, baker, 11 Glamis street 

Calvert, Charles, warehouseman, 33 Hilltown 

Calvert, Ernest E., 60 Magdalen Yard road 

Calvert, John W., compositor, 10 Albert street 

Calvert, Sarah, 1 Bruce street 

Cameron, Alexander, coachman, 429 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Cameron, And. Carter, of Cameron & M'Farlane, Ltd., Rockall, 5 
Craigie terrace 

Cameron, Angus, compositor, 244 Clepington road 

Cameron, A.S., of A.S. Cameron & Son, Bay house, Dundee rd., W. Ferry 

Cameron, A. S., jun., 8 Stirling road, Stannergate 

Cameron, A. S., & Son, housef actors and valuators, 31 Reform street 

Cameron, Charles, turner, 16 Strathmartine road 

Cameron, Charles D., flour merchant, 43 Dalgleish road 

Cameron, Charles K., commercial traveller, 6 American Muir rd. , D'field 

Cameron, Daniel, butcher, 12 Coupar Angus road, Lochee 

Cameron, Daniel, labourer, 4 Anderson's lane, Lochee 

Cameron, David, engineer, 230 Perth road 

Cameron, Donald, janitor, 2 Haldane street, Downfield 

Cameron, George, storekeeper, 32 Constitution street 

Cameron, Hugh, park keeper, Lochee Park, Ancrum road, Lochee 

Cameron, James, 1 Dalltield terrace 

Cameron, James, milksalesman, East Clepington farm 

Cameron, James G., bootmaker, 35 Cowgate 

Cameron, James S., 21 Pitalpin street, Lochee 

Cameron, John, enginedriver, 22 Park avenue 

Cameron, John, collector, Water Commission; h. 38 Forfar road 

Cameron, John, 9 Yeaman's alley, Lochee 

Cameron, John, stationmaster, Barnhill Station ; h. Stationhouse, 
Guthrie terrace, Barnhill 

Cameron, John, cardriver, 1 Gibb's lane, Lochee 

Cameron, John, confectioner, 29 Hunter street 

Cameron, J., wool and cloth factor, 10 Bellefield avenue 

CAMERON, J. & P., carting agents for N.B. Railway, Tay Bridge Station 
(Telephone No. 185) ; office, 17 and 18 South Union street (Tele- 
phone No. 147) ; G. M. Brand, manager. See Adv. p. 25 

Cameron, M'Donald, shipmaster and pilot, 13 West Dock street 

Cameron & M'Farlane, Limited, fishsalesmen, auctioneers, and steam 
trawler owners, Fish dock (Telephone No. 1742) 

Cameron, Patrick, tailor, 11 and 13 Crichton st. ; h. 10 Bellefield avenue 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 209 

Cameron, Peter, tailor, 16 Strathmartine road 
Cameron, Peter, tailor, 2 Main street 
Cameron, Robert, headmaster, Eastern Public School, Broughty Ferry ; 

h. 4 Rtxgby terrace, Esplanade, B. F. 
Cameron, Robert, general foreman, Forfar County Council; h. 459 

Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Cameron, Robert, joiner, 77 Hilltown 
Cameron, Samuel S., grocer and confectioner, 156 Alexander street and 

4a King street ; h. 57 Wellington street 
Cameron, William, painter, 35 Wilkie's lane 
Cameron, William, police constable, 15 Peel street, Lochee 
Cameron, William, factory overseer, 8 Stewart street, Lochee 
Cameron, William, coaldealer, 16 Charles street; h. 26 Victoria street 
Cameron, William, carter, 20 North Ellen street 
Cameron, William S., mason, 65 Logie street, Lochee 
Cameron, W. M., church-officer, Tay Square U.F. Ch. ; 7i. 20Parkave. 
Cameron, Mrs John M. , grocer, 26 Lorimer street ; h. 28 
Cameron, Mrs J. D., 1 Blackness crescent 
Cameron, Mrs Peter, 38 Lilybank road 
Cameron, Mrs, 27 North Ellen street 
Cameron, Miss Mary, confectioner, 116 Princes street 
CAMERONS (Cameron & M'Farlane, Ltd.), fishmongers, 38 Whitehall 

crescent (Telephone No. 2215). See Adv. p. 32 
Cammell, Laird, & Co., Ltd. (Cyclops Steel and Fde Works, Sheffield), 

35 and 37 Exchange street ; G-. M. Crichton, agent 
Campbell, Alexander, gardener, Airlie lodge, Reres road, Bro'ty Ferry 
Campbell, Alexander, M.D., F.R.C.S.E., 1 Clarendon terrace 
Campbell, Alfred, clerk, 74 Clepington road 
Campbell, Andrew, enginedriver, 30 Union place 
Campbell, Archibald, of Campbell, Sons, & Co., Nevada, Dalhousie road, 

Barnhill 
Campbell, Rev. Archibald, U.F. retired minister, 6 Windsor terrace 
Campbell, A. Sydney, M.B., Ch.B., L.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (Edin), 2 Mag- 
dalen Yard road 
Campbell, Colin, shipfitter, 37 Lyon street 

Campbell, C. , draper and dressmaker, 44 High street, Lochee ; h. 46 
Campbell, David H., secretary, Operative Bakers of Scotland, N.F.U., 

house of call, 39 High street ; h. 21 Lorimer street 
Campbell, David S., 52 Seafield road 
Campbell, Donald, railway porter, 159 Hilltown 
Campbell, George, butcher, 281 Hawkhill 
Campbell, George M., compositor, 27 Albert street 
Campbell, George S., of F. J. M'Kenzie & Campbell, 2 Ancrum road 
Campbell, Helena C, pension officer, Customhouse; A. 17 Madeira st. 
Campbell, Hugh, blacksmith, 2 Hill street 
Campbell, H. Gordon, L.R.C.P.,L.R.C.S.E.,L.D.S.,R.C.S.Edin., dental 

surgeon, 27 South Tay street ; h. 7 Union terrace 
Campbell, James, plumber inspector, 11 Westfield lane 
Campbell, James, 161a High street, Lochee 

Campbell, James, joiner, 10 Ramsay place, St Vincent street, B. Ferry 
Campbell, James, woodturner, 9 Cardean street 



210 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Campbell, James, clerk, 9 Craig street 

Campbell, James, & Sons, contractors, 61 Trades lane and 62 Constable 

street ; h. 4 Cunningham street 
Campbell, John, 2 Airlie terrace 
Campbell, John, clerk, 33 Provost road 
Campbell, John, blockcutter, 18 Gardner street 
Campbell, John, factoryworker, 1 Sandeman street 
Campbell, John, insurance agent, 45 Foundry lane 
Campbell, Rev. John, chaplain of East Poorhouse ; k. 17 Janefield place 
Campbell, John, landscape and jobbing gardener, 1 St Peter street 
Campbell, John, gardener, 40 Carmichael street 
Compbell, John, gardener, Claypots cottages, Claypots road 
Campbell, Joseph, storekeeper, 13 Dura street 

Campbell, J., tobacconist, 19 Whitehall crescent ; h. 43 Cleghorn street 
Campbell, J., manager, Royal Hotel, Ltd., 15 Union street 
Campbell, J. D., of Ralli Bros. Agency, Travebank, Barry 
Campbell, Malcolm, Ltd., fruit merchants, Cal. West Station, S.Union st. 
Campbell, Peter, late superintendent of police, 3 Bank avenue, Downfield 
Campbell, Peter, M.B., Ch.M.Edin., 29 Springfield 
Campbell, Robert, machineman, 66 Walton street 
Campbell, Robert, baker, 44 Peel street, Lochee 
Campbell, Robert, upholsterer, Harbour house, Gray st., Bro. Ferry 
Campbell, R. G, merchant and insurance agent, 8 Panmure street 

(Telephone No. 2859 ; Telegrams, "Celerity") ; h. 17 Madeira st. 
Campbell, Samuel, second foreman, 7 Clepington street 
Campbell, Sons, & Co., printing and loose-leaf specialists, advertisers' 

agents and consultants, 17 North Tay street 
Campbell, Stewart, mechanic, 25 Scott street 
Campbell, Tom, enginedriver, 26 Union place 

CAMPBELL, THOMAS WALLACE, hairdresser, 69 Seagate; h. 16Forebank rd. 
Campbell, Walter, of Walter Campbell & Sons ; confectioner, 78 Ann 

street ; h. 99 Alexander street 
Campbell, Walter, & Sons, bakers and confectioners, 206 Hilltown 
Campbell, William, butcher and poulterer, 191 Perth road; h. 312 
Campbell, William, blacksmith, 26 Gardner street 
Campbell, William, police inspector, 252 Blackness road 
Campbell, William, foreman plater, 80 Ferry road 
Campbell, William, manager, 9 Dalhousie ter. , Dalhousie rd. , Barnhill 
Campbell, William F., surveyor, 1 Dalhousie terrace 
Campbell, William Graham, M.B., C.M.Edin., L.D.S., R.C.S.Edin., 

D.D.S., dental surgeon, 27 South Tay street 
Campbell, William R., cashier, 14 Church street, Broughty Ferry 
Campbell, William W., bank clerk, 420a Strathmartine rd., Downfield 
Campbell, Mrs Annie, 40 Carmichael street 
Campbell, Mrs David, 8 Dura street 

Campbell, Mrs Jane, Willowbank, Dundee road, West Ferry 
Campbell, Mrs John, draper, 55 Logie street, Lochee 
Campbell, Mrs John, 48 Albert street 

Campbell, Mrs J., confectioner, 170 Alexander street ; ?i. 2 Mortimer st. 
Campbell, Mrs, general dealer, 181 Brook street 
Campbell, Mrs, 43 Cobden street, Lochee 



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Campbell, Mrs, 68 Church street, Broughty Ferry- 
Campbell, Miss Janet, M.A., warden, Mayfield Hostel for Women 

Students, 206 Ferry road 
Campbell, Miss R., draper, 1 Easson's angle 
Campbell, Miss, 2 Gowrie place 
Campbell, Miss, 1 Benvie road 

Camperdown Jute Works, Methven st., Lochee ; Cox Brothers, Ltd. 
Camperdown Trust Co. , Ld. , Meadow PL bldgs. ; Robt. J. A. Pride, secy. 
Campsie, David C, millmanager, Gray St.Wks.; h. 309 South rd., Lochee 
Campsie, Elizabeth, 18 Miller's wynd 

Canada North- Western Investment Co., Ltd., 11 Reform street 
Canadian Pacific Line, 9 Whitehall crescent 
Canadian Pacific Ocean Services, Ltd., passenger and shipping agents, 

88 Commercial street (Telephone No. 38 ; Telegrams, " Gacanpac" ) ; 

and 25 Bothwell street, Glasgow ; also Pierhead, Liverpool ; and 

14 Cockspur street, London, S. W. 
Canadian Pacific Ocean Services, Ltd., 87 Commercial street 
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. ; freight agents, F. A. Hodgkinson 

& Co. , 48 St Andrew's street 
Candow, David, traveller, 69 Gray street, Broughty Ferry 
Cane, Mrs John, 46 Logie street, Lochee 
Cant, A. , 20 Bell street 
Cant, James, bookseller, and agent, Sutton & Co., 5 Whitehall crescent ; 

h. 169Hilltown 
Cant, James, M.A., 27 Heron's lane, Lochee 
Cant, Joseph, bookseller, 169 Hilltown 
Cant, William, joiner, 27 Heron's lane, Lochee 
Cant, Mrs, dairykeeper, 159 Victoria road ; h. 110 
Cantlay, George M., assistant director, district 1, appointments dept., 

Ministr}*- of Labour, 26 Castle street ; h. 2 Ford's lane 
Cantrell, Mrs, fish merchant, 17 Whitehall crescent; h. 17 Springfield 
Cape, Gavin B. , draper, Benarty, 1 Norma ter., Camphill rd. , Bro. Ferry 
Cape, Mrs W. B., Ardcairn, Blackness avenue 
Cappon, T. Martin, F.R.I.B.A., architect and surveyor, 32 Bank street; 

h. The Shieling, 6 Norwood crescent 
Cappon, Major T. M., The Shieling, 6 Norwood crescent 
Cappon, Victor A., steam tug owner and towing agent, 6 Whitehall 

crescent (Teleph. No. 194; Telegrams, "Towing"); h. Cliffbank, 

East Newport 
Cappucci, Lawrence, confectioner, 192 Blackness road ; h. 194 
Car and General Insurance Corporation, Limited, 14 Barrack street ; 

James Robertson, agency inspector 
Caraway, John, confectioner, 152 Brook street ; h. 154 
Card, Robert Dick, upholsterer, 188 Strathmartine road 
Card en, John, range warden, City of Dundee Terr. Assoc, 5 Baffin street 
Cardno, James, horseshoer, 7 Baffin street 
Cardwell, Mrs Matthew, wine and spirit merchant, 285 Brook street, 

Broughty Ferry ; h. 108 Gray street, B.F. 
Carey, Jas., cabinetmkr., 65Nethergate ; h. Dunnichen villa, Inverg'rie 
Carey, Rev. S. Buchanan, M.A., Wallacetown Parish Church; h. 75 

Clepington road 



212 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Carey, Miss Christina, 52 Provost road 

Carey, Miss E. Milne, milliner, 160 Perth road 

Cargill, Alexander, postman, 3 Dens road 

CARGILL & CO., LTD., bleachers and yarn merchants, Dundee Bleach 
Works, Pitkerro road ; office, 39 St Andrew's street (Telephone 
No. 1128; Telegrams, "Cargill") 

Cargill, David, harbour porter, 4 Eden street 

Cargill, Gordon L., seedsman, Bent house, Panmure street, Bro. Ferry 

Cargill, James, warehouseman, Bent house, Panmure street, Bro. Ferry 

Cargill, James, assistant supt. , Prudential Assur. Co. ; h. 123 Victoria rd. 

Cargill, James, foreman, 41 Arbroath road 

Cargill, John, woodturner, 3 Easson's angle 

Cargill, John, merchants, 32 Cowgate (Telephone No. 225 ; Telegrams, 
"Philgate") 

Cargill, John C, of John Cargill (merchants), 25 Lammerton terrace 

Cargill, J. M., furniture salesman, 15 Step row 

Cargill, William, of William Cargill & Co., 14 Victoria chambers 

Cargill, William, mechanic, 15 Step row 

Cargill, William, & Co., electricians, 14 and 16 Hilltown 

Cargill, Mrs James, confectioner and newsagent, 41 Arbroath road 

Cargill, Mrs William D. , Woodlands, Albany road, West Ferry 

Carle, Alexander George, woodturner, 16 Gardner street 

Carless, Thomas, railway servant, 64 Ure street 

Carlisle, Alf.W. , solicitor, 54 Commercial st. ; h. 4 Youngsdalepl. ,E. N'port 

Carlton Bakery, 110 Princes street 

Carlton, Hubert, solicitor, 13a Ward road (Telephone No. 1106) ; h. 
18 Lawside road, Lochee 

Carmichael, Daniel, painter, 65a Nethergate 

Carmichael's, Dundee, Ltd., wine and spirit merchants, 18 and 22 St 
Clement's lane; Thomas M'Kee, secretary 

Carmichael, D. W. (yarn bleacher, Baldovanfield), Roineach Mh6r, 588 
Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Carmichael, Edward, of James Carmichael & Co., Ltd., 3 Constitution rd. 

Carmichael, George B. , solicitor, 46 Reform street ; h. 35 Albany terrace 

Carmichael, George H., of James Carmichael & Co., Ltd., Elmbank, 
Claypots road, Broughty Ferry 

Carmichael, Helen R., teacher, 89 Magdalen Yard road 

Carmichael, James, of Baxter Brothers & Co., Ltd., Arthurstone, 
Meigle, Perthshire 

Carmichael, James, of James Carmichael & Sons, 39 Magdalen Yard rd. 

Carmichael, James, mercantile clerk, 490 Strathmartine rd. , Downfield 

Carmichael, James, & Co., Limited, engineers, millwrights, and boiler- 
makers, Ward Foundry, 9 Guthrie street (Telephone No. 363; Tele- 
grams, "Corliss") 

Carmichael, James, & Sons, tanners, curriers, leather merchants, and 
leather belt manufacturers, 9 to 15 North Tay street; and Burnside 
Tan Works, Cupar Fife 

Carmichael, John, of James Carmichael & Sons, 2 Windsor street 

Carmichael, John, M.V.O., chief constable, Central Police Chambers, 
4 West Bell street ; h. 20 Windsor street (Telephone No. 401) 

Carmichael, John, butcher, 78 Watson street 



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Carmichael, J. L., Airlie lodge, Broughty Ferry 

Carmichael, Stewart, artist, 65 Nethergate 

Carmichael, Thomas, fireman, 3 Blyth place, City road 

Carmichael, William C, butcher, 8 Eden street 

Carmichael, Miss I. M., 5 Kerrington crescent, Barnhill 

Carnegie, A., engineman, 63 Lochee road 

Carnegie, David, late postman, 47 East Haddon road 

Carnegie, David, engineer, 103 Strathmartine road 

CARNEGIE, GEORGE, sculptor, Meadow place ; h. 26 Philip street, 

Carnoustie. See Adv. p. 59 
Carnegie, John, bricklayer and chimney restorer, 35 Seafield road 

(Tel. No. 1434 ; Teleg., "Spires") ; A. The Nook, Barry (Tel.No. C. 78) 
Carnegie, John C, ironmoulder, 63 Lochee road 
Carnegie, John S., clerk, 150 Lochee road 
Carnegie, Robert, moulder, 31 Wellgate 

Carnegie, Wm., rag and waste mer., 12 Jamaica st. ; h. 6 Elizabeth st. 
Carnegie, William, platelayer, 69 Nethergate 

Carnie, John, wine and spirit merchant, 58 James st. ; h. 9 Ellen st. 
Carnie, Mrs Robert, 17 Annfield row 

Carnochan, John, superintendent of cemeteries, 40 Forfar road 
Carr, Alexander, china merchant, 115 Nethergate and 2 and 4 South Tay 

street ; h. 13 Magdalen Yard road 
Carr, A. L., boot and shoe maker, 102 Overgate and 284 Hilltown ; h. 

25 Baxter Park terrace 
Carr & Co., warehousemen, City Hall buildings, Shore terrace 
Carr, Ewan Geddes, newsagent and tobacconist, 176a Hilltown ; h. 34 

Lawson place 
Carr, James, 140 King street, Broughty Ferry 
Carr, James E. , Fernbank, 4 Nelson terrace 

Carr, John, teller, 4 Salisbury place, Castle street, Broughty Ferry 
Carr, John N., clerk, 1 Gibb's lane, Lochee 
Carr, Robert, currier, 3 Wolseley street 

Carr, Robert D., painter, 45a Arbroath road (Telephone No. 2605) ; h. 51 
Carr, R. T., tinsmith, coppersmith, and plumber, 59 Cotton road (Tele- 
phone No. 1210) ; h. 46 Arthurstone terrace 
Carr, William, mechanic, 44 Court street 

Carr, Mrs Isabella, confectioner and newsagent, 49 Arbroath road 
Carr, Mrs John, 14 Cotton road 
Carr, Miss Annie, dressmaker, 4 Forebank road 
Carr, Miss Ellen, draper, 124Hawkhill ; h. 74 Murraygste 
Carrie, Charles, flax inspector, 16 Annfield street 
Carrie, Charles, vanbuilder, 32 Raglan street 
Carrie, Charles, cartwright, 3 Smith street 
Carrie, David, gateman, Tay Ferries, 12 Raglan street 
Carrie, George, watchmaker and jeweller, 44 High st.; h. The Terrace, 

West Newport 
Carrie, George, mason, 22 Union place 
Carrie, John, musician, 2 Smith street 
Carrie, John, joiner, 87 Watson street 

Carrie, Joseph, gardener, Balgay Industrial School lodge, Blackness rd, 
Carrie, Peter, joiner and cartwright, 48 City road 



214 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Carrol, Thomas, butcher, 14 Wilkie's lane 

Carroll, Maggie Allison, teacher, 3 Airlie terrace 

Carroll, Stephen, plasterer, 34 Hunter street 

Carroll, Thomas, insurance agent, 28 Elizabeth street 

Carroll, Mrs Joseph, 49 Ure street 

Carruthers, Thomas, electrical engineer, 87 Watson street 

Carruthers, Mrs, 16 South Lindsay street 

CARSE OF GOWRIE DAIRY CO., LTD., dairy produce merchants, 68 and 70 
Ward road (Tele. No. 371), and 29 Tait's lane (Tele. No. 959); 
James Millar, secretary and manager ; shops, 139 Hawkhill, 36 
Union street, 300 Perth road, 68 Ward road, and 185 Victoria road 

Carse, Robert, porter, 6 Blackness street 

Carson, Miss M, dressmaker, 113 Logie street, Lochee 

Carson, Miss, apartments, 24 Bank street 

Carstairs, John, ironturner, 9 Bruce street 

Carstairs, William, education officer, 256 Blackness road 

Carswell, Andrew, commercial traveller, Finella, Whinnybrae, B. Ferry 

Carswell, David, & Sons, wholesale grocers, 9 to 19 Commercial street 

Carswell, Mrs D., 59 Lyon street 

Carswell, Mrs Thomas, 34 James street 

Carswell, Miss Helen, teacher, 31 Seymour street 

Carswell, Misses, 5 Shamrock street 

Carter, Thomas, grain merchant's traveller, 23 High street; h. 66 
Forfar road (Telephone No. 2046) 

Cartmill, John, hairdresser, 6 Hill street ; h. 61 

Cartmill, Mrs, confectioner, 63 Hill street 

Carver, James, warehouseman, 224 Lochee road 

Carver, James, motordriver, 84 Church street, Broughty Ferry 

Carver, William, cemetery worker, Bowrie cot., Long lane, Bro. Ferry 

Carver, Wm. C, painter, 174 High street, Lochee; h. 168 

Cash Drapery Warehouse, 132 and 134 Hilltown 

Cassaday , Ernest E. , M. B. , D. P. H. , L. D. S. , dental surgeon, Elgina, Brook 
street, Broughty Ferry 

Cassaday, John, surgeon dentist, 67 Murraygate; h. Elgina, Brook st. , B. F. 

Cassiday, John, general dealer, 3 Thorter row 

Cassidy, Joseph, education officer, 9 Lintrathen gardens 

Cassidy, Patrick, gasworker, 40 Princes street 

Cassidy, Miss Annie, draper, 142a Lochee road 

Cassie, James H., sorting clerk, 7 Gillburn road, Downfield 

Cassie, William, stereotyper, 258 Blackness road 

Cathcart, George, vanman, 47 Annfield road 

Cathcart, Miss G., dressmaker, 91 Milnbank road 

Cathro, Alexander, 3 Kinghorne road 

Cathro, Charles, clerk, 2 Airlie terrace 

Cathro, David, cardriver, 11 Craigie street 

Cathro, David, wholesale stationer and smallware merchant, 17 Charles 
street ; h. 26 Victoria street 

Cathro, David, draper, 92 and 94 Hawkhill ; h. 8 Nelson street 

Cathro, D. M., tinsmith, 42 Provost road 

Cathro, Frank S., secretary, Association of Jute Spinners and Manufac- 
turers, 1 Royal Exchange place; h, 3 East Kerrington cres., Barnhill 



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Cathro, George M., grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 238Hilltown and 

2 Stirling street (Telephone No. 2639) ; h. 319 Clepington road 
Cathro, Isabella, stationer, 10 Strathmartine road ; h. 319 Hilltown 
Cathro, James, compositor, 9 Bonnybank road 

Cathro, James M., draper, 12 and 12a Stirling street ; h. 55 Dens road 
Cathro, James W., tailor, 15 Glamis street 
Cathro, Robert, joiner, 106 Alexander street 

Cathro, William, shoemaker, Alpha cottage, Brook street, Bro. Ferry 
Cathro, William, bath attendant, 35 Guthrie street 
Cathro, William E., messenger, National Bank ; h. 1 Albert square 
Cathro, William M. , dental surgery, 26 Victoria street 
Cathro, William T., clerk, 8 Renny place, Grove road, West Ferry 
Cathro, Mrs Alexander, 51 Arbroath road 

Cathro, Mrs D., spirit mer., 133 Hawkhill; h. Hermonhill cots., Well rd. 
Cathro, Mrs George, 11 Strathmartine road 
Cathro, Miss H., dressmaker, 4 Gowrie place 
Cathro, Miss Jemima, 22 Muirton road, Lochee 
Cattanach, P. H., coachman, St Helens, Perth road 
Caution, William S., sugar boiler, 43 Cleghorn street 
Cavanah, Henry C, chartered accountant, 22 Meadowside; h. 370 

Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Cavin, David, fish and egg merchant, 87 Hilltown ; h. 27 Mains loan 
Caw, Archibald C, grocer, 176 Lochee road 
Caw, Charles, spiritdealer's assistant, 18 Rosefield street 
Caw's Restaurant, 25 Panmure street (Telephone No. 2630) ; h. 23 
Cawood, S. D., telegraph engineer, 2 Union street ; h. 34 Bingham ter. 
CAXTON HOUSE — James P. Mathew & Co., printers, lithographers, 

bookbinders, and stationers, Caxton house, 11 to 15 Cowgate 

(Telephone No. 272). See Adv. on leaf preceding title 
Celistie, Bosi, ice cream maker and confectioner, 47 Hawkhill 
Cemeteries Office, 93 Commercial st. ; Alexander Macrae, F.R. H. S. , supt. 
Cemetery Office, Western Cemetery ; H. Robertson, supt. , secy. , treas. 
Central Billiard Rooms, 1 New Inn entry; John Mill, proprietor; h. 234 

Blackness road 
Central Insurance Co., Ltd., 51 Meadowside 
Century Insurance Co., Ltd., 83 Commercial street (Telephone No. 

2228) ; George Knowles, resident secretary 
Chad wick, John S. (repres. , Cadbury Bros. ), Rannoch, Camphill rd., B.F. 
Chalmers, Alexander, shoemaker, 13 Cochrane street 
Chalmers, Alexander, sawyer, 216 Perth road 
Chalmers, Andrew S., lorryman, 9 Stirling street 
Chalmers, Archibald, jute batcher, 13 Church street 
Chalmers, Charles, butcher, 75 Perth road ; h. 11 Westfield place 
Chalmers, Charles, foreman mechanic, 250 Blackness road 
Chalmers, Charles D., timekeeper, 1 Arthurstone terrace 
Chalmers, David, mechanic, 58 Barrack street 
Chalmers, David F. , millfurnisher and machine merchant, Temple Mills, 

35 North Tay street ; h. 1 Aberlemno terrace 
Chalmers, George, carting contractor, 19 Mary Ann lane (Telephone 

No. 1218) 
Chalmers, G. K., of William Chalmers & Son } 4 Douglas place, Carnoustie 



216 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Chalmers, Harry, millmanager, Gilroy, Sons, & Co., Ltd ; h. 4 

Constitution terrace 
Chalmers, Helen, 22 Stewart street, Lochee 
Chalmers, James, joiner, 3 Roslin terrace 

Chalmers, James, merchant, 3 King st. ; h. 12 Yewbank avenue, B.F. 
Chalmers, James, collector, 24 Baldovan terrace 
Chalmers, James, cropping overseer, 28 Forest Park road 
Chalmers, James, foreman printer, 24 Peddie street 
Chalmers, James, 4 North Wellington street 
Chalmers, James Alford, examiner of masters and mates, Mercantile 

Marine Office, 62 Dock st. ; h. Garron, Duntrune ter. , W. Ferry 
Chalmers, John, rope and twine maker, 266 Blackness road 
Chalmers, John, tailor, 41 Hawkhill 
Chalmers, John, grocer, ironmonger, hardware and general merchant, 

143 and 145 South road, Lochee (Telephone No. 1243) ; h. 137 
Chalmers, John, sample clerk, 27 Wellgrove street, Lochee 
Chalmers, Joseph, mason, 24 Forest Park road 
Chalmers, Leonard S., draper, 93 and 95 Hawkhill, 217 and 219 Perth 

road, and 114 High street, Lochee ; h. 1 Gowrie street 
Chalmers & M'Laren, drapers, 85 Milnbank road 
Chalmers, Robert, 8 Gardner street 
Chalmers, Thomas, painter, 34 Dallfield walk 
Chalmers, Walter, grocer, 23 Wellgrove street, Lochee 
Chalmers, White, & Co., merchants, 4 India buildings (Tele. No. 1590) 
Chalmers, William, butcher, 233 Hawkhill ; h. 2 Bellfield street 
Chalmers, William, of William Chalmers & Son, 1 Craignabrattan 

terrace, Edward street, West Ferry 
Chalmers, William, general dealer, 6a Hunter street 
Chalmers, William, enginefitter, 76 Lochee road 
Chalmers, William L., mechanic, 8 Brown Constable street 
Chalmers, William, & Son, bootmakers, 40 High street (Teleph. No. 1186) 
Chalmers, W. M., clerk, Carlo wrie, Cedar road, Broughty Ferry 
Chalmers, Mrs A., 160 Hilltown 
Chalmers, Mrs E., 53 North street 
Chalmers, Mrs Frank, 32 Forfar road 
Chalmers, Mrs Henry, 27 Step row 
Chalmers, Mrs Isabella, 17 Bank avenue, Downfield 
Chalmers, Mrs Margaret, 12 Benvie road 
Chalmers, Mrs Stewart, 25 North Lindsay street 
Chalmers, Mrs, 26 Lawrence street, Broughty Ferry 
Chalmers, Mrs, 18 Forest Park road 
Chalmers, Mrs, 57 Dens road 
Chalmers, Misses, 28 Sharp's lane, Lochee 
Chamber of Commerce office, 3 Bank street (Telephone No. 2134) ; 

George C. Donald, secretary 
Chambers, Mary, 57 Cleghorn street 
Chambers, Patrick, cinema proprietor, Grand Theatre, King Street, 

Broughty Ferry ; h. St Mary's place, King street, B.F. 
Chambers, Mrs C, boot store, 112 Hawkhill ; h. 3 Gowrie place 
Chandler, William, gardener, 21 Stirling street 
Chapelton, Joseph, draper, 161 Hilltown; h, 169 



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Chapelton, Mrs A., provision merchant, 163 Hilltown ; h. 169 
Chaplain, Robert, mason, 35 Wilkie's lane 
Chaplain, William, mason, 14 Gardner street 

Chaplin, A., & Co., proprs., City Electric Laundry, 41-45 Small's wynd 
Chaplin, David, 11 Cochrane street 
Chaplin, John, collector, 1 Union place 
Chaplin, William, shore porter, 61 Ferry road 
Chapman, David, railway porter, 9 Cleghorn street 
Chapman, James, restaurateur, 1 William street; h. 7 
Chapman, L., grocer and confectioner, 27 Wilkie's lane ; h. 29 
Chapman, William, shipmaster, 7 Aberlemno terrace 
Chapman, Mrs John, 13 Sea view place, Esplanade, Broughty Ferry 
Chapman, Mrs William, 3 Balfour street 
Chapman, Mrs, Nagama, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 
Chapman, Miss A. M., lady principal, Central Nursing Home, 6 Union 

terrace (Telephone No. 2041) 
Chapman, Miss H., matron, Day Nursery, 24 North George street 
Charles, Alexander, police superintendent and sheriff criminal officer, 

Courthouse buildings ; h. 339 Clepington road 
Charles, George, ironturner, 16 South George street 
Charles, Robert, railwayman, 7 Alexander street 
Charles, Mrs, 262 King street, Broughty Ferry 
Charlton, Rev. A. H., Martyrs U.F. Church ; h. 150 City road 
Charlton, George D., artist, 2 East Kerrington crescent, Barnhill 
Charteris, Francis J., M.D., professor of materia medica, University 

College ; consulting physician, 15 South Tay street ; h. Brooksby, 

St Andrews 
CHATWOOD SAFE CO., Ltd., safe manufacturers and bankers' engineers; 

representative for Scotland, Captain John Fraser, 12 Greenlodge 

terrace, Greenhead, Glasgow (Telephone No. 653 Bridgeton, Glasgow; 

Telegrams, "Chatwood," Glasgow). See Adv. p. 94 
Cheape, William R. , baker, 20 Constitution street 
Checkley, Charles, caretaker, 14 Forest Park road 
Chessell, George Harcourt, prison warder, 14 Mid street 
Cheyne, Charles Cran, solicitor, Illanga, Dalhousie road, Barnhill 
Cheyne, Robert, foreman machinist, 22 North street 
Children's Free Breakfast and City Mission, Bell Street lane 
Children's Shelter, 1 Laurelbank (Telephone No. 2483) ; Miss J. Corr, 

matron 
Chisholm, C. D. , draper's assistant, 22 Rosefield street 
Chisholm, Duncan, commission merch. , 10 Panmure st. ; h. 12 Rankine st. 
Chisholm, Frederick, harbour porter, 9 Bell street 
Chisholm, George, postman, 79 Church street, Broughty Ferry 
Chisholm, Hugh, fencing contractor, 11 Baffin street 
Chisholm, John, railway clerk, 67 Dens road 
Chisholm, John, governor, Combination East Poorhouse (Tele. No. 

303) and Parochial Sick Hospital (Tele. No. 350), 1 Molison street ; 

h. 20 Mains loan 
Chisholm, Samuel, sanitary officer, 114 Hawkhill 
Chisholm, William, laundry porter, 9 Commercial street 
Chisholm, Mrs, 24 Caldrnm street 



218 GENERAL DIRECTORY, 

Chivers, Mrs, grocer, 24 Peddie street 

Chivers, Miss M., grocer, 78 Blackness road; h. 24 Peddie street 

Chodorovsky, S., lace and fancy goods merchant, 57 Overgate; h. 4 

Hawkhill place 
Christie, Alexander, 4 Gowrie street 

Christie, Alexander, fishmonger, 176 Hilltown ; h. 20 Lawson place 
Christie, Alexander, calenderworker, 6 Malcolm street 
Christie, Andrew, engineman, 1 M 'Vicar's lane 
Christie, Annie, draper, 309 Clepington road 
Christie, Charles, fireman, 27 North Ellen street 
Christie, Charles, 42 Cobden street, Lochee 
Christie, Charles S., joiner, 189 Clepington road 
Christie, David, bleacher, 526 Strathmartine road 
Christie, David, milloverseer, 21 American Muir road, Downfield 
Christie, David, wholesale and retail fish and poultry salesman, 81 King 

st. (Tele. No. 2648) ; h. 79; branches, Kincardine and Anstruther 
Christie, David, tenter, 14 Malcolm street 
Christie, David, powerloom tenter, 43 Lyon street 
Christie, David A., teacher of music, organist and choirmaster, St Mary's 

R.C. Church ; h. 18 Baxter Park terrace 
Christie, David A., engineer, 20 Shepherd's loan 
Christie, George, joiner, 4 Ben vie road 
Christie, George, brassfinisher, 42 Baldovan terrace 
Christie, Harry, blacksmith, 80 Watson street 

Christie, Henry, late customhouse officer, Burmah cot., New rd., B. Ferry 
Christie, James, cabinetmaker, 113 Strathmartine road 
Christie, James, engineer, 34 Magdalen Yard road 
Christie, James, mechanic, 10 Arthurstone terrace 
Christie, James, draper, 26 Castle street ; h. 5 Rustic place 
Christie, James, ironturner, 7 Baffin street 
Christie, James, policeman, 4 Graham street 
Christie, James S., millmanager, 102 Forfar road 

Christie, James W., tailor and costumier, 79 Hawkhill ; h. 27 Seymour st. 
Christie, John, lorryman, 13 Cochrane street 
Christie, John, 5 Strathmore street, Barnhill 
Christie, John, millforeman, 3 Gibson terrace 
Christie, John, market porter, 4 Isles' lane 
Christie, John, mechanic, 2 Francis street 
Christie, John, prison warder, 4 Mid street 
Christie, John A., jun., calenderer, 80 Victoria road ; h. Heleuville, 

Strathern road, West Ferry 
Christie, John R.,of Forbes & Christie, Helenville, Strathern rd.,W. Ferry 
Christie, John W., teacher, 58 Seafield road 
Christie, Joseph, calenderworker, 4 Bellfield street 
Christie, J. , & Co. , warehousemen, 26 Castle street ; li. 5 Rustic place 
Christie, Myles, 13 North Ellen street 
Christie, Peter, blacksmith, 98 Dens road 
Christie, Robert, bootmaker, 40 Cotton road 
Christie, Skelton M. , lithographer, 2 Forester street 
Christie's Temperance Hotel, 7 Whitehall crescent 
Christie, William, railway guard, 20 Baxter street 



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Christie, William, enginedriver, 51 Taylor's lane 

Christie, William, warehouseman, 1 Roslin terrace 

Christie, Mrs David, 74 Dalkeith road 

Christie, Mrs Elizabeth, 5 Dalhousie terrace, Dalhousie road, Barnhill 

Christie, Mrs Helen, 43 Frederick street 

Christie, Mrs Margaret, 10 Rosebery street 

Christie, Mrs Margaret, 156 Strathmartine road 

Christie, Mrs Nimmo, 15 Hillcrest road 

Christie, Mrs William, 6 Baxter Park terrace 

Christie, Mrs William, grocer, 24 Dallfield walk 

Christie, Miss A. , Friartonlea, Farington terrace 

Christie, Miss Catherine, tobacconist, 60 Overgate 

Christie, Miss Helen, teacher of music, Helenville, Strathern rd., W. Ferry 

Christie, Miss, 12 Westpark gardens 

Christie, Miss, 1 Victoria square, 43 Nethergate 

Christison, David, storekeeper, 12 Arthur street 

Christison, David, sharpener, 61 Strathmartine road 

Christison, Hugh, joiner, 161 Strathmartine road 

Chudleigh, Andrew J. , pensioned gunnery instructor, 2 Dalhousie ter. 

Chudleigh, Andrew S., insurance agent, 111 Hawkhill 

Church of Scotland Committee on Temperance ; W. Buchanan, district 
representative, 3 Gibson terrace 

CHURCH OF SCOTLAND Social Work Labour Home, 24 Milnbank road 
(Telephone No. 2566) ; Working Girls' Boarding House, 19 Seafield 
road. See Adv. p. 10 

City of Dundee Co-operative Society, Ltd., general merchants; office, 8 
S. Lindsay st. (Telephone No. 122); grocery shops, 49 William st., 
115 Hawkhill, 38 Albert st., 27i Ben vie rd., 41 Strathmartine rd., 
102 Princes st.; 29 Gray st., Broughty Ferry ; 161 High st., Lochee; 
fleshing shops, 115 Hawkhill, 37a Strathmartine road, 4 Arthur- 
stone terrace ; bakery, Stirling street ; drapery and boot shop, 10 
to 18 South Lindsay street 

City of Dundee Territorial Force Association, 13 Panmure street (Tele- 
phone No. 2562; Telegrams, "Defence"); Major John R. Smith, 
secretary; h. II Duff street 

City Electric Laundry, 41 to 45 Small's wynd 

City Floorcloth and Linoleum Co. , 76 Overgate 

City of Glasgow Friendly Socy., 21 Reform st. ; Frederick Smith, manager 

City Hotel (Dundee) Ltd., 15 Tally street (Telephone No. 1477) 

City Life Assurance Co., Ltd., 19 High st. ; Geo. A. Milligan, inspector 

Clacher, John, joiner, 77 Overgate 

Claira, Raffaele, confectioner, 24 South road, Lochee 

Clancy, John, stat'n'r, tobac'nist, 15 Polepark rd. ; h. 134 Blackness rd. 

Clapperton, Robert, dairyman, 211 Blackness road 

Claridge, John, engineer, Baldorney cottage, Brook street, Bro. Ferry 

Clark, Adam, compositor, 2 Peddie street 

Clark, Alexander, church officer, Bell St. U.F. Church ; h. 66 Peddie st. 

Clark, Alexander, shoemaker, 137 Rosebank street; h. 114 

Clark, Alexander, chauffeur, Brook cottage, Camphill road, Bro. Ferry 

Clark, Alexander, cabinetmaker, church officer, Union U.F. Church ; 
h. 156 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 



220 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Clark, Alexander S., nurseryman and florist, Queen Street Nursery, 
Broughty Ferry ; h. 156 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

Clark, Alexandrina, midwife, 287 Hilltown 

Clark, Alfred, black and white artist, 79 Arbroath road 

Clark, Andrew, shore porter, 141 Ann street 

Clark, Andrew, dressing overseer, 333 Clepington road 

Clark, Arthur G., confectioner, 19 Baxter street; h. 36 Cotton road 

Clark, A., boilermaker, 75 Ann street 

Clark, A. Earl, teacher of music, 10 Exchange street 

Clark, A. G., clerk, 2 Gowrie place 

Clark, Barclay, insurance agent, 15 Blackness street 

Clark, Charles, confectioner, 39 Stirling street 

Clark, Charles, insurance agent, 13 William street 

Clark, Charles, fruiterer, 16 Logie street, Lochee 

Clark, Charles, photographer and pictureframer, 92 Hilltown ; h. 
80 Strathmartine road 

Clark, David, dairyman, 20 North street 

Clark, David, oxy-acetylene welder, 41 Benvie road 

Clark, David, book-keeper, 21 Frederick street, Downfield 

Clark, David, compositor, 2 Tullideph road 

Clark, David, litho. artist, 69 North Tay street 

Clark, David, market gardener, 43 Frederick street, Downfield 

Clark, David, storekeeper, 1 1 Roslin terrace 

Clark, David, hosepipeweaver, 94 Caldrum street 

Clark, David B., enginedriver, 18 Whitehall crescent 

Clark, David C, engineer, 51 Watson street 

Clark, David G., watchmaker, 79 Victoria road; h. 10 Balmore street 

Clark, Donald M., fitter, 14 Brown Constable street 

Clark, D., fireman, 16 Annfieldrow 

Clark, D., boot repairer, 298 Hawkhill; h. 10 Peddie street 

Clark, D. R., & Son, printers and stationers, 31 Castle street 

Clark, Edith M. Chisholm, teacher, 26 Baxter Park terrace 

Clark, Edward Arthur, insurance agent, 24 Baxter street 

Clark, Euphemia, 9 Peel street, Lochee 

Clark, Frederick Cecil, manager, 27 Seymour street 

Clark, George, warehouseman, 5 Cunningham street 

Clark, George, tenter, 1 Tofthill, Lochee 

Clark, George, mechanic, 13 Balfour street 

Clark, G. Albany, manager, Yost Typewriter Co., Ltd. ; h. Carlogie 
cottage, Carnoustie 

Clark, Hugh, warehouseman, 73 Blackscroft 

Clark, James, tailor, 49 Erskine street 

Clark, James, mechanic, 17 Cleghorn street 

Clark, James, clerk, 10 Cleghorn street 

Clark, James, tailor, 4 South George street 

Clark, James, vanman, 23 Stirling street 

Clark, James, coal merchant, 13 Jamaica street 

Clark, James, nightwatchman, 20 Baxter street 

Clark, James, joiner, Edward place, Camperdown street, Bro'ty Ferry 

Clark, James, clerk, 12 Arthurstone terrace 

Clark, James, coal merchant, 155 Rosebank street ; h. 307 Hilltown 



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Clark, James, calenderer, 29 Rosebank street 

Clark, James A., calender manager, East Port Works; h. 138 Hilltown 

Clark, James M., headmaster, Mains Public School ; inspector of poor, 

collector of rates, clerk to Parish Council of Mains and Strath- 

martine, registrar for Parish of Mains and Strathmartine ; h. 468 

Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Clark, James M., milloverseer, 23 Rankine street 

Clark, Jas. S., janitor, Hill st. Public School ; h. 36 Strathmartine rd. 
Clark, John, butcher, 34 Strathmartine road ; h. 60 
Clark, John, clerk, 1 St Johnswood terrace 
Clark, John, blacksmith, 12 Cleghorn street 
Clark, John, grocer and wine merchant, 58 High street, Lochee ; h. 18 

Marshall street, Lochee 
Clark, John, mechanic, 105 Rosebery street, Lochee 
Clark, John, joiner, 176 South road, Lochee 
Clark, John, wine merchant, 58 Marshall street ; h. 18 
Clark, John, hammerman, 41 Ure street 
Clark, John B., traveller, 75b Strathmartine road 
Clark, John L., teacher, 19 Loons road, Lochee 

Clark, Jule, & Son, chimneysweepers and soot merchants, 1 Ure street 
Clark, J. Wallace, of Esplin & Clark, Dunira, Reform street, Tayport 
Clark, Patrick D., 1 Blackness crescent 
Clark, Peter, confectioner, 12 Mortimer street ; h. 10 
Clark, Rev. Richard M., M.A., Logie Established Church; h. 152 

City road 
Clark, Robert, ironturner, 22 Park avenue 
Clark, Robert, insurance agent, 141 Clepington road 
Clark, Robert, accountant, 24 Garland place 
Clark, Robert, dyer, 22 Carmichael street 
Clark, Robert, accountant, North of Scotland and Town and County 

Bank, Ltd., Lochee ;h. 24 Garland place 
Clai'k, Robt.,assist.manager,Scottish Co-Op.Wh. Soo.; h. 4 Tullideph rd. 
Clark, Robert A., journalist, 168 Albert street 
Clark, Robert C, 14 Garland place 
Clark & Sinclair, fruit merchants, 9 and 11 West Dock street (Telephone 

No. 1151 ; Telegrams, " Pippin ") 
Clark, Thomas, boilermaker, 4 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
Clark, William, joiner, horticultural and heating engineer, 9 Paterson 

street ; h. Margaret place, King street, Broughty Ferry 
Clark, William, butcher, 45 Union street (Telephone No. 161) 
Clark, William, printer, 304 Perth road 
Clark, William, tenter, 12 Annfield street 
Clark, William, ironturner, 247 Blackness road 
Clark, William, ironturner, 140 Lochee road 
Clark, William, 5 Chalmers street 
Clark, William, foreman painter, 111 Rosebank street 
Clark, William, taxicab-driver, 2 Peter street 
Clark, William, joiner, 24 South road, Lochee 
Clark, William, stonedresser, 5 Sinclair street, Lochee 
Clark, William, moulder, 229 Clepington road 
Clark, William A., of Clark & Sinclair, Ingleside, 238 Ferry road 



222 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Clark, Wm, Lawson, accountant, branch manager, London Guarantee C 

and Accident Co., Ltd., 30 Meadowside ; h. 2 Home terrace, C 

Dundee road, West Ferry C 

CLARK, W. & E., wholesale confectioners, 41 Blackness road; h. 201 ( 

Strathmartine road. See Adv. p. 86 
Clark, Mrs Alexander, 53 Erskine street 
Clark, Mrs Agnes, 24 North Erskine street 
Clark, Mrs Annie, caretaker, 11 Reform street 
Clark, Mrs David D., 4 Garland place 
Clark, Mrs D., apartments, 20 Whitehall street 
Clark, Mrs Helen, 31 Seymour street 
Clark, Mrs Jane, confectioner, 43 Nelson street 
Clark, Mrs Mary Chisholm, teacher, 26 Baxter Park terrace 
Clark, Mrs Robert, apartments, 1 Rustic place 
Clark, Mrs Robert G. , 4 Gardner's lane 
Clark, Mrs W. , 60 Strathmore road 
Clark, Mrs, apartments, 48 Union street 
Clark, Mrs, dressmaker, 220 Strathmartine road 
Clark, Mrs, photographer, 92 Hilltown : h. 80 Strathmartine road 
Clark, Mrs, 38 Caldrum street 
Clark, Miss A. , draper, 303 Hilltown 

Clark, Miss Marion, 9 Rugby terrace, Esplanade, Broughty Ferry 
Clark. Miss Mary, confectioner, 5 Kincardine street 
Clark, Miss, 16 Lawrence street 
Clark, Miss, 9 James place, Broughty Ferry 
Clark, Miss, 10 School road, Downfield 
Clark, Miss, matron, Kingscross Hospital 
Clark, Miss, matron, Dundee Women's Hospital, Elliot road 
Clark, Miss, 359 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Clarke, Alexander, builder and jobbing mason, 24 Willison street ; h. 

24 Marshall street, Lochee 
Clarke, Allan, builder, 28 Marshall street, Lochee 
Clarke, Andrew, checker, 18 Rosefield street 

Clarke, Arthur James, agent, Bank of Scot. , 1 Victoria st. ; h. 2 Albert st. 
Clarke, David, solicitor, 31 Reform st. ; h. St Martin's, Queeu st.,B. Ferry 
Clarke, Jas., gymnastic instructor, "Mars"T.S. ; h. 64 Alexander st. 
Clarke, John, cabinetmaker, 33 Rosefield street 
Clarke, John G., gardener, Elmslea, Perth road 
Clarke, J. P., traveller, 40 Forfar road 
Clarke, Robert B., cabinetmaker, 281 Hawkhill 
Clarke, Mrs David W. , 2 Forebank terrace 
Clarke, Mrs Elizabeth, 26 Springhill 
Clarke, Miss Jessie B. , 2 Forebank terrace 
Clarkson, Miss Flora D., matron, Day Nursery, 52 Cotton road 
Cleary, M., late grocer, 56 William street 
Clegg, John, Logan place, King street, Broughty Ferry 
Clegg, John, enginedriver, 26 Isles' lane 

Cleghorn, C. R., manager, Albert Mill ; h. Bayfield, Dundee rd., W. Ferry 
Cleghorn, George M., manufacturer, 12 Douglas terrace, Broughty 

Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 296) 
Cleghorn, Jas., of Wm. Cleghorn, Ltd., Bayfield, Dundee road,W. Ferry 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 223 

Cleghorn, John, calenderer, 27 Victoria road 

Cleghorn, John, 20 Meadowside ; h. Clifton, Alyth 

Cleghorn, Win., of Wm. Cleghorn, Ltd., Bayfield, Dundee rd., W. Ferry 

Cleghorn, William, Ltd., merchants and spinners, Albert Mill and 
Clepington Works, Arklay street (Telephone No. 324 ; Telegrams, 
" Horn " ; Exchange Box No. 27) 

Clelland, Miss, 46 Bingham terrace 

Clement, Wm. , & Son, agents for Dunragit Creamery, Ltd. , 30 Taylor's lane 

Clepington Works, Arklay street ; William Cleghorn, Ltd. , manufacturers 

Clerk, Esther, teacher of domestic science, Training College ; h. 2 Broad 
street, Tayport 

Clunas, Mrs Elsie, 10 Castle terrace, Esplanade, Broughty Ferry 

Clunie, George, tenter, 27 Wellgrove street, Lochee 

Clunie, John, joiner, 15 Kirkton road, Downfield 

Clydesdale Bank, Limited, 96 High street; William Reid, agent 

Coan, Michael, monumental sculptor, 88 Arbroath rd. ; h. 185 Princes st. 

Coates, Edward, marine engineer,. 166 Lochee road 

Cobban, Mrs, lodgings, 1 Peter street 

Cochran, A. S., 47 Magdalen Yard read 

Cochrane, Alexander, dairyman, 21 Back street 

Cochrane, Alexander L., 53 Forfar road 

Cochrane, Charles W., teacher, Technical College ; h. 242 Ferry road 

Cochrane, James D. , telegraphist, 30 Muirfield crescent, Downfield 

Cochrane, Peter, clerk, 6 Baxter Park terrace 

Cochrane, Thomas, confectioner, 148 Lochee road; h. 262 Blackness road 

Cochrane, William, mason, 10 Stevenson street, Lochee 

Cochrane, William, blacksmith, 168 Lochee road 

Cochrane, William C, agent, Royal Bank, Murraygate ; h. 51 Forfar rd. 

Cochrane, Mrs Alexander, 69 Constitution road 

Cochrane, Mrs M. S., grocer and spiritdealer, 137 Victoria road; h. 12 
Philip street, Carnoustie 

Cochrane, Mrs William, 2 Nelson street 

Cochrane, Mrs William, 9 Fyffe's lane, Lochee 

Cochrane, Mrs, matron, St Mary's Rest, 113 Ferry road 

Cockburn, Alexander, telegraphist, 79 Blackscroft 

Cockburn, G. K., agent, British Linen Bank, Murraygate; .It. Broom- 
lea, St Andrews 

Cockburn, George, mechanic, 30 Raglan street 

Cockburn, James, mechanic, 34 Fleuchar street 

Cockburn, John G. , art master, Harris Academy ; 7i. 2 Bellefield avenue 

Cockburn, Joseph, passenger agent, N.B. Railway ; h. 125 Perth road 

Cockburn, Margaret B. L., matron, Day Nursery, 33 Lilybank road 

Cockburn, Peter B., hairdresser and perfumer, 131a Perth road; h. 
45 Magdalen green 

Cockburn, William, machineman, 20 North Ellen street 

Cockburn, William, furniture dealer, 24 Logie street, Lochee 

Cockburn, Mrs Agnes, drapery and smallwares, 7 Logie street, Lochee 

Cockburn, Mrs M., 45 Magdalen green 

Cockerill, William, postman, Edenbain place, King street, Bro'ty Ferry 

Coghill, George, motorman, 56 Watson street 

Coghill, Miss Kate, church sister, Willison U.F. Church; h. 4Lawson pi. 



224 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Cohen, J. Herbert, optician and jeweller, 15 Overgate ; h. 19 Airlie place 

Coignet, Edmond, Ltd., reinforced concrete engineers, London ; Arthur 

W. Cooper, agent, 29 Dock street (Telegrams, " Dynamic") 
Coldstream, W., powerloom tenter, 11 Charles street 
Cole, Hugh, of Nicoll & Son, Carlsyde, Carnoustie 
Cole, J. E., collector, 111 Strathmartine road 

Coleman, John, licensed broker, 33 Carnegie street ; h. 73 Church street 
Coleman, Patrick, wholesale and retail fruiterer and florist, 204 Black- 
ness road ; h. 2 Rosefield street 
Collie, Allan, mechanic, 57 Dens road 
Collie, Mrs William, 25 West street 
Collier, James, pianotuner, 38 Seafield road 
Collier, Mrs W. E., Tighvonie, Hill street, Broughty Ferry 
Collins, Alexander, spirit merchant, 52 Gray st., Broughty Ferry; h. 48 
Collins, Isaac John, tailorand clothier, 12 Whitehall street; A.Shaftesbury 

house, Hyndford street 
Collins, James, insurance agent, 7 Alexander street 
Collins, James, shipsteward, 6 Church street, Broughty Fery 
Colman, Horace C, M.D.Edin., Falcon lodge, West Queen street, 

Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 73) 
Colman, Robert, sorting clerk, 18 Symers street, Downfield 
Colmar, Fred E. , surveyor, 367 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Colombia, Vice-Consul for — J. B. Taylor, 11 Panmure street 
Colville, David, engineman, 123 Blackness road 
Colville, James, grain, hay, cake, and feeding stuffs merchant, 13 to 17 

Exchange street ; h. Bracken Bruach, Downfield 
Colville, John G. , watchmaker, 29 Hilltown ; h. 94 Victoria road 
Colville, Robert, joiner, 54 Dudhope street 
Colville, Robert A., calenderworker, 72 Peddie street 
Colville, Mrs W., 62 Peddie street 
Colville, Mrs W. F. , 29 Morgan street 
Colville, Miss, 76 Coupar street, Lochee 
Comb, David A., joiner, 6 Gray's lane, Lochee 
Comb, Robert A., of William Comb & Son, 4 Gray's lane, Lochee 
Comb, William, of William Comb & Son, 4 Gray's lane, Lochee 
Comb, Wm., & Son, joiners, 4 Whorterbank ; office, 17 High st., Lochee 
Combe, James, 2 Laurelbank 
COMBE, JAMES, & SON, LTD., heating and ventilating engineers, 31 

Reform street (Telephone No. 2849; Telegrams, "Warmth"). 

See Adv. p. 67 
Comerford, James, waiter, 178 South road, Lochee 
Commercial Bank of Scot., Ltd., 85 Commercial st. ; Sam. S. Goudie, agt. 
Commercial Cable Co. , cablegrams, to U.S.A., Canada, Mexico, West 

Indies, &c, 50 Bell street ; T. W. Smith, manager 
COMMERCIAL Union Assurance Co., Ltd., 12 Victoria chambers ; 

J. Thobaven, local manager (Telephone No. 492 ; Telegrams, 

"Cuaco"). See Adv. p. 114 
Conacher, David, retired railway agent, View villa, Dundee rd., W.Ferry 
Conacher, John, plumber, 40 Cleghorn street 
Conacher, William, bar manager, 13 Victoria street 
Condie, Thomas, tailor, 223 Hilltown 



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Conlin, Thomas, labourer, 4 Glebe street 
Conlin, William M., tilelayer, 2 Wilkie's lane 
Conn, William, constable, 14 Malcolm street 
Connall, John, grocer, 42 Constitution street 

Connel, Robert L., joiner and contractor, 2 Union pi. ; h. 1 Lytton st. 
Connel, Mrs James, 56 Magdalen Yard road 

Connell, John M., of J. M. Connell & Son, 10 Ballpark terrace, Wormit 
Connell, J. M., jun., of J. M. Connell & Son, 10 Hillpark ter., Wormit 
Connell, J. M., & Son, bootmakers, 62 Nethergate 
Connell, Mrs Thomas, factory worker, 18 Blyth street 
Connelly, Andrew, grocer and wine mer., 33 Westport; h. 287 Hilltown 
Connelly, James, wine and spirit mer. , 15 Brook st. ; h. 22 Rosefield st. 
Connelly, John, railway surfaceman, 119J Hilltown 
Connelly, John, plater, 31 Charles street 

Connelly, Thos. , spirit mer. , 104, 106 Blackness rd. ; h. 29 Seymour st. 
Connelly, Mrs Elizabeth, 2 Sibbald street 
Connelly, Miss Agnes, broker, 66 Blackness road ; h. 68|- 
Connelly, Miss Margaret, grocer, 24 James street ; h. 20 Bell street 
Conning, Alexander, fireman, 4 Lawrence street 
Connolly, Andrew, postman, 20 Bell street 
Connolly, John, surfaceman, 35 St Peter street 
Connolly, Catherine, confectioner, 43 Gellatly street 
Connor, Matthew, beamer, 172 South road 
Connor, Patrick, shoemaker, 40 Dudhope street 
Connor, Mrs, 4 North street 

Constable, James, 43 Constitution street (Telephone No. 2597) 
Constable, James, foreman overseer, Bowbridge Wks. ; h. 1 Canning st. 
Constable, Mrs Ellen, 4 Peddie street 

Constable Works, Dura street ; Malcolm, Ogilvie, & Co., Ltd., manufrs. 
Constable, Miss Mary, 2 Westpark gardens 
Constable, Miss Mary, teacher, 1 Gowrie place 

Constable, Miss Mary, Health Insurance visitor, 12 Arthurstone ter. 
Conway, James, commercial traveller, 2 Haldane street, Downfield 
Conway, John, carter, 14 Barrack street 
Conway, Mathew, weaver, 21 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
Conway, R. F. , & Co. , dental anaesthetists, Sinclair house, 75 Nether- 
gate (Telephone No. 420) 
Conway, William, tenter, 101 Peddie street 
Conway, William F., 20 Bank avenue, Downfield 
Conway, Mrs, 5 Rustic place 

Conway, Mrs, dairykeeper, 10 Temple lane ; h. 14 Barrack street 
Coogan, John, 12 Forest Park road 

Cook & Adams, newsagents and confectioners, 114 Alexander street 
Cook, Alexander, lorryman, 88 South road, Lochee 
Cook, Arthur, confidential messenger, 5 Blackness avenue 
Cook, David, contractor, 58 Rosebank street ; h. 13 Ogilvie's road 
Cook, George, district inspector, N.B. Railway ; h. 2 Lytton street 
Cook, Henry, journalist, 4 Gowrie street 

Cook, James J., goods agent, Fairmuir Goods Station ; h. 40 Perth rd. 
Cook, James R., engineer, 1 Athole place, Camperdown st., Bro. Ferry 
Cook, James S. , goods guard, 2 Bright street, Lochee 

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226 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Cook, John, overseer, 68 South road, Lochee 
Cook, Peter, gardener, 96 American Muir road, Downfield 
Cook, Robert, fish salesman and steam trawl agent, Fish dock (Tele- 
phone No. 1165; Telegrams, "Cook"); h. Chestnut cottage, 417 King 
street, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 216) 
Cook, Robert R, H.M. inspector, 29 Bank st. ; h. 4 Windsor street 
Cook, Thomas, boot repairer, 3 North George st. ; h. 1 Rosebank road 
Cook, Thomas, baker, 60 Provost road 
Cook, William, gardener, Duncraig lodge, Glamis road 
Cook, William, wholesale grocer's porter, 30 Long wynd 
Cook, William, fish salesman, Albion place, Castle street, Bro'ty Ferry 
Cook, Mrs Agnes, tearooms and confectioner, 61 Gellatly street ; h. 49 
Cook, Mrs A. , 5 Cunningham street 
Cook, Mrs James, 21 Rankine street 
Cook, Mrs Robert, jun., fish merchant, 20 and 22 Crichton street 

(Telephone No. 733) ; h. 74 Gray street, Broughty Ferry 
Cook, Mrs Robert, Chestnut cottage, 417 King street, Broughty Ferry 
Cook, Mrs, 21 Milnbank road 

Cook, Miss, stationerand tobacconist, 8 Polepark rd. ; h. 21 Milnbank road 
Cooke, David, police constable, 30 North Lindsay street 
Coombles, George, 72 Bell street 

Cooney, Thomas, insurance agent, 85 Liff road, Lochee 
Cooper, Albert A., cashier, 2 Norma terrace, Camphill rd., Bro'ty Ferry 
Cooper, Arthur William, consulting engineer and surveyor, 29 Dock 

street (Telegrams, "Dynamic") ; h. Cora Linn, Invergowrie 
COOPER BROTHERS, cabinetmakers, antique and modern furniture 
dealers, Ireland's lane (Telephone No. 1286) ; the Tabernacle 
Stores, and the Bargain Hall, 29 Mid street. See Adv. p. 22 
Cooper & Co., tea merchants and grocers, 40 Whitehall street (Telephone 

No. 729), 120 Hawkhill, and 291 Hilltown 
Cooper, David F., insurance agent, 341 Clepington road 
Cooper, D. S., of John Cooper & Sons, 15 Baxter Park terrace 
Cooper, George, consulting engineer and marine surveyor, 39 Dock 
street (Telephone No. 2040; Telegrams, "Salvage"); h. 1 Alton 
terrace, Grove road, West Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 119) 
COOPER, GEORGE, furrier, 43 Reform street (Telephone No. 1727; 
Telegrams, "Furs"); h. Ruthvenbank, Errol road, Invergowrie. 
See Adv. p. v. preceding title 
COOPER & GREIG, Ltd. , engineers and boilermakers, Britannia Works, 
54 East Dock street (Telephone Nos. 962, 963; Telegrams, "Con- 
denser"). See Adv. p. 12 
Cooper, James, harbour railway foreman, 1 Eden street 
Cooper, Jessie, 27 Morgan street 

Cooper, John, of John Cooper & Sons, 7 Madeira street 
Cooper, John, jun., of John Cooper & Sons, 18 Baxter Park terrace 
Cooper, John, & Sons, millfurnishers, 52 to 56 Bell street 
Cooper, J. Y. T. , sheetmetal worker, 27 Benvie road 
Cooper, Norman R., of Cooper & Greig, Ltd., 17 Douglas terrace, 

West Ferry 
Cooper, Robert, gent.'s outfitter, 126 High street, Lochee ; h. 11 Gibb's 
lane, Lochee 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 227 

Cooper, Thomas B., of Cooper & Greig, Ltd., 128 Arbroath road (Tele- 
phone No. 2403) 
Cooper, William, joiner and factor, 86 Ferry road 
Cooper, William, of Cooper Brothers, Woodruff cottage, Invergowrie 

(Telephone No. I. 21) 
Cooper, William, painter, 21 Glamis street 
Cooper, William, calender worker, 28 Watson's lane 
Cooper, Mrs Albert, 1 Windsor terrace, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Cooper, Mrs James M. , 2 Paradise road 
Cooper, Mrs, 2 Westfield place, Westfield road, West Ferry 
Cooper, Mrs, 1 Mountpleasant 

Cooper, Miss A., 6 Victoria place, Queen street, Broughty Ferry 
Cooper, Miss M. , confectioner, 37b Strathmartine road ; h. 3 Glebe st. 
Copland, Robert, carting contractor, 59 Trades lane (Telephone No. 100) ; 

stables, 8 Cunningham street 
Corbett, Mrs E., 99 Alexander street 
Cord and Moleskin Warehouse, 212 Overgate ; Herbert Stocks, manager ; 

h. 2 Tullideph road 
Cor diner, David, shipwright, 15 Robertson street 
Cordiner, John A. , butcher, 90 Rosebank street ; h. 4 Stirling street 
Cordiner, Keith M., butcher, 7 American Muir road, Downfield 
Cormack, James, hosepipe weaver, 10 Ben vie road 
Cormack, John, gardener, 2 Tulloch crescent 
Cormie, James, engineer, 16 Forest Park road 
Cornfoot, Alexander, 19 Union place 
Corr, James B. , museum assistant, 5 Gowrie place 
Corr, Mrs W. T. , 7 Aberlemno terrace 
Corrie, J. H., of Hill and Renny, 2 Royal Exchange place 
Corrigan, Bernard, spirit mer., 26, 28 Brook st. ; h. 268 Blackness rd. 
Corrigan, Eliza, 25 Elizabeth street 
Corsane, James, stationer, 108 Princes st. ; h. 106 
Corstorphine, Robert, joiner, 42 Scott street 

Cosgrove, James, jun., coal merchant, 31 Ryehill lane; h. 2 Annfieldrd. 
Cosgrove, Mrs, 3 Burnside street, Lochee 
Cosh, Rev. James, B.D., St Andrew's and Chapelshade U.F. Church; 

h. 5 Magdalen place 
Cosmopolitan Club, 7 Ward road ; F. B. Graham, secy. , 61 Reform st. 
Costello, Jas. , sen. , slater, cement worker, 447 Strathmartine rd. , D'nfield 
Costello, James, steeplejack, 46 Hilltown 
Costello, John, confectioner, 28 and 30 Hawkhill ; fish restaurant, 4 

Hawkhill ; h. 8 Miller's wynd 
Costly, Janet, 19 Caldrum street 
Cotogno, Edward, confectioner and purveyor, 15 and 17 Victoria street, 

and 461 Strathmartine road, Downfield; h. 118 Albert street 
Cotogno, E., coufectioner, 14 Shore terrace ; h. Ill Albert street 
Coull, Alexander, housepainter, 8 Gardner street 
Coull, William, shipwright, 24 Kinloch street 
COULLIE, D. & W., joiners, cabinetmakers, and funeral undertakers, 401 

Brook street, Broughty Ferry (Teleph. No. B.F. 10y). See Adv. p. 76 
Coullie, Walter N., of D. & W. Coullie, Inverleith,Whinnybrae,B. Ferry 
Coullie, Mrs David, Inverleith, Whinnybrae, Broughty Ferry 



228 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Coullie, Miss, Park place, King street, Broughty Ferry 

Coulson, J. E., postmaster, G.P.O. ; h. Edradour, East Haddon road 

Coulthard, Geo., of Coulthard &Lyall, 281 Strathmartine road, Do wntield 

Coulthard & Lyall, drapers, milliners, and furriers, 285 Hilltown 

Coupar, Annie, 82 Logie street, Lochee 

Coupar, Charles, ironturner, 41 Dundonald street 

Coupar, David, engineer, 1 Arthurstone terrace 

Coupar, E. C. , nurse, 5 Paradise road 

Coupar, Frank B. , cattledealer, 1 Smith street 

Coupar, George, lithographer, 24 Lyon street 

Coupar, James, engineer, 186 High street, Lochee 

Coupar, James R. , cashier, 8 Gardner street 

Coupar, John R., journalist, 3 Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 

Coupar, John, & Son, confectioners, 58 Mumiygate and 101 Nether- 
gate ; h. 74 Commercial street 

Coupar, Thomas, fireman, 40 St Mary's place 

Coupar, Walter, ironturner, 16 Arthurstone terrace 

Coupar & Wilkie, joiners and builders, 7 Miller's wynd (Teleph. No. 825) 

Coupar, William, tinsmith, 195 Albert street 

Coupar, William, tinsmith, 6 Forfar road 

Coupar, William, clerk, 9 Janefield place 

Coupar, William M., of Coupar & Wilkie, 3 Bellefield avenue 

Coupar, Mrs A. , fruiterer and confectioner, 23 Cleghorn street 

Coupar, Mrs David, 9 Balgay street, Lochee 

Coupar, Mrs Jessie, 237 Blackness road 

Coupar, Miss Barbara, confectioner, 38 Watson street 

Coupar, Miss, fruiterer and florist, Fruit market, Shore terrace 

COUPAR, Misses W. & A., dressmakers, 11 Victoria road 

Couper, Charles H., Carseview, Blackness avenue 

Couper, James, commercial traveller, 6 Viewbank terrace 

Couper, J. J. , 3 Bradbury street, Downfield 

Couper, Robert T., organist, 42 Provost road 

Couper, Thomas, of James Paterson & Co., Duncraig, Glamis road 

Couper, Mrs C. H. , wine and spirit merchant, 38 City road ; h. Carseview, 
Blackness avenue 

Couper, Mrs, nurse, 42 High street, Lochee 

Couper, Miss H. , 8 Clarendon terrace 

Couper, Misses, Woodlyn, Perth road 

COURTS, GEORGE A., income tax accountant, 37 Nethergate ; h. Nor- 
wood, Woodhaven, Wormit 

Cousin, Mrs James, 104 Commercial street 

Couttie, David, ironturner, 46 King's road 

Couttie, James, tobacconist and stationer, 19 Albert street 

Couttie, James, butcher, 47 Logie street, Lochee 

Couttie, James, of James Couttie & Sons, 61 Clepington road 

COUTTIE, JAMES, & SONS, Ltd., wholesale confectioners, chocolate and 
biscuit manufacturers, Morgan Works, 92 Albert street (Telephone 
No. 281; Telegrams, "Couttie") See Adv. page viii. preceding title 

Couttie, Stephen W., of James Couttie & Sons, Ltd., 14 Clarendon ter. 

Couttie, William, vanman, 8 Wolseley street 

Coutts, David, painter, 166 Ferry road 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 229 

Coutts, George, public-house manager, 19 Victoria street 

Coutts, Joseph, glazier, 51 Blackness road 

Coutts, James, of Kirk & Coutts, Clifton, Wormit 

Coutts, James, late stationmaster, Morven, Montague street, Barnhill 

Coutts, John, packingcase maker, 177 Blackness road 

Coutts, John, railway policeman, 34 Benvie road 

Coutts, John T. A., ironmonger, 103 and 105 Gray street, Brought}' 

Ferry (Telephone No. B.E. 82) ; h. 318 Queen street, B.F. 
Coutts, Joseph, tenter, 53 Lyon street 
Coutts, Thomas, 58 Seafield road 
Coutts, Mrs J., 10 Ireland's lane 
Coutts, Miss, 56 Magdalen Yard road 
Coutts, Miss, 1 Bradbury street, Downfield 

Coventry, Andrew, policeman, Edenbain pi., King st., Broughty Ferry 
Coventry, David, boot warehouse manager, 38 Caldrum street 
Coventry, Harry, painter, 37 Lawrence street, Broughty Ferry 
Coventry, William, spiritdealer, 21 Wellgate ; h. 28 Forfar road 
Coventry, William, carter, 59 Caldrum street 

Coventry, Miss Isabella, confectioner, 16 Barrack st. ; h. 11 Balfour st. 
Cowan, Edward, of Edward Cowan & Co., Rowanlea, Panmure terrace, 

Barnhill 
Cowan, Edward, & Co. , solicitors and notaries public, 4 High street 
COWAN, JAMES, & SONS, salt, china clay, whiting and chalk merchants, 

agents for D.C.L. yeast and malt extract, Globe polish, 

Weighhouse, 14 Dock street (Telephone No. 128; Telegrams, "Sal"). 

See Adv. p. 32 
Cowan, John, sub-agent, National Bank, 71 Reform street 
Cowan, Thomas, dyer, 48 Constitution street 
Cowan, Miss, Woodford villa, Davidson street, Broughty Ferry 
Cowan, Misses, 3 Newington terrace, Esplanade, Broughty Ferry 
Cowbrough, Mrs Elizabeth, 10 Baxter Park terrace 
Cowbrough, Miss M. H. , dressmaker, 10 Baxter Park terrace 
Cowe, Charles Macnaughton, teacher of music, organist and choirmaster, 

S. Paul's Cathedral Church ; h. 7 Richmond terrace 
Cowie, George, blacksmith, 20 Benvie road 
Cowie, John, mason, 22 Gardner street 
Cowie, John, collector, 9 Pitkerro road 
Cowie, John, juteworker, 25 Clepington street 
Cowley, James, stationer, 8 Molison street 
Cowley, John, jun., stationer, 32 Dura street (Telephone No. 1871) ; h. 8 

Molison street 
Cowley, John, ironturner, 51 Dura street 
Cowley, William & Sons, calenderers and sack manufacturers, Cowgate 

Calender, 46 Cowgate (Teleph. No. 2039; Telegrams, "Cowley"); 

h. Riverside, Wormit 
Cownie, David, engineer, 2 Bright street, Lochee 
Cownie, John, telegraphist, 1 Gowrie street 
Cowper, Andrew, clerk, 3 Gowrie place 
Cowper, John, market gardener and potato merchant, Daisy cottage, 

Hamilton street, Barnhill 
Cowper, John M., clerk, 94 Dens road 



230 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Cowper, Ralph C, general manager, Dundee, Perth, and London 
Shipping Co., Ltd. ; h. 13 Fort street 

Cowper, Mrs, 8 Cardean street 

Cowper, Mrs, 317 Clepington road 

Cowperthwaite, Robert S., shipwright, 1 Thornbank street 

Cowperthwaite, William, ship's mate, 12 Garland place 

Cox, Alfred W., of Henry Boase & Co., Limited, Glendoick, Glencarse 

Cox, Arthur J., of Cox Brothers, Limited, Foggyley, Harefield road, 
Lochee ; and Glenmarkie, Alyth, Forfarshire 

Cox Brothers, Limited, merchants, jute, flax and hemp spinners, manufac- 
turers of all kinds of such fabrics, bleachers, printers, dyers and 
calenderers, jute carpet manufacturers, rope and twine makers, Cam- 
perdown Jute, Flax, and Hemp Works ; head offices, Meadow Place 
buildings, Dundee (Telephones — Dundee, 92 and 1505; Lochee, 905; 
Telegrams, "Cox, Dundee"); agencies, King's house, 36, 37 King 
st., Cheapside, London, E.G. ; 25a Portland st., Manchester; 5 
St Vincent place, Glasgow; 115 Mill st., Kidderminster; 22 
William st. , Dublin ; and Royal Insurance buildings, Dalhousie 
square, Calcutta 

Cox, Frank B. H., of Cox Brothers, Ltd., Aberdalgie house, by Perth 

Cox, Geoffrey W. , of Cox Brothers. , Ltd. , St Katharine's, Albany road, 
West Ferry 

Cox, John, late enginedriver, 40 Perth road 

Cox, J. Ernest, of Cox Bros. , Ltd. , Lyndhurst, Coupar Angus rd. , Lochee 

Cox, M'Euen, & Co., jute and linen merchants, 9 Meadow Place buildings 
(Teleph. No. 1672; Telegrams, "Comprar"); John L. Rea, agent 

Cox, Maurice C, of Cox Bros., Ltd., Beech wood, Harefield rd., Lochee 

Cox, William, of Harley & Cox, 2 Renny place, Grove rd. , West Ferry 

Cox, Mrs George M., Beechwood, Harefield road, Lochee 

Cox, Mrs, 9 Logie street, Lochee 

Cox, Miss, Clement Park, Harefield road, Lochee 

Coxon, Anderson Carr, of Coxon Brothers, 28 Pitkerro rood 

Coxon Brothers, meat salesmen, Meatmarket, East Dock street (Tele- 
phone No. 2858; Telegrams, "Oxen") 

Coxon, Robert Edward, spice and gut merchant, 3 Exchange street ; 
h. Craster, 24 Pitkerro road 

Coxon, Mrs E., wine and spirit merchant, 105 Logie street, Lochee; 
ft. 12 Wellgrove street, Lochee 

Coyle, John, general dealer, 7 Elizabeth street 

Coyle, Joseph M., wine and spirit merchant, 31 High street, Lochee; 
h. Bellevue terrace, East Newport 

Coyle, Michael, wine and spirit merchant, 21 and 23 Hawkhill ; 
h. Bellevue terrace, East Newport 

Coyle, Joseph, hacklemaker, 18 Forest Park road 

Coyle, Mrs A., 40 Church street 

Coyle, Mrs J., 12 Rosefield street 

Coyle, Mrs, 60 Bell street 

Coyle, Miss, of Misses Coyle & White, 12 Rosefield street 

Coyle & White, Misses, ladies' and children's outfitters, 123 Hawkhill 

Crabb, Alexander, grocery salesman, 16 Bellefield avenue 

Crabb, Alfred, tenter, 22 Mortimer street 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 231 

Crabb, David, ironmoulder, 41 Lyon street 
Crabb, Duncan, leatherworker, 35 Victoria road 
Crabb, Duncan, police constable, 15 Kirkton road, Downfield 
Crabb, William, boilermaker, 52 Watson street 

Crabb, William, colliery agent, Windsor place, King street, Bro. Ferry 
Crabb, William C, compositor, 1 Mountpleasant 
Crabb, Mrs James, 8 Hartington place, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Ci'abb, Miss, 15 Tannadice street 
Crabbe, David, tinsmith, 53 Dens road 
Crabbe, David J., watchmaker and jeweller, 26 King st., and Carnoustie ; 

A. 14 Dalkeith road 
Crabbe, George B. , shipping agent, 84 Commercialst. ; h. 31 Clepington rd. 
Crabbe, Joseph C, clerk, 103 Arbroath road 
Crabbe, William, waiter, 25 Kinloch street 
Crabbe, William, hide merchant, 3 Norwood terrace 
Crabbe, William M., commercial traveller, 11 Janefield place 
Crabbe, Mrs A. S., 21 Springfield 

Crabbe, Mrs D. S., grocer, spirit mer., 127 Blackness rd. ; h. 7 Airlie ter. 
Craddoch, Mrs Elizabeth, 27 Tait's lane 
Craig, Alexander, joiner, 33 Baldovan terrace 
Craig, Alexander, milloverseer, 13 Park avenue 
Craig, Alexander, cloth lapper, 25 Barrack street 
Craig, Charles, cloth inspector, 2 Park avenue 
Craig, Charles, calenderworker, 3 Hilltown 

Craig, Charles N., ticket writer, 13 Overgate ; h. 11 Fairfield road 
Craig, David A., hosier and glover, 18 Wellgate 
Craig, David F., stationer, 10 Lawrence street 
Craig, Douglas, M.D.Aberdeen, Ashley Grove, Monifieth road, 

Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 181) 
Craig, Edward, machine foreman, 27 Campbell street, Lochee 
Craig, George, mechanic, 30 Pitfour street 
Craig, James, retired tenter, 22 Muirton road, Lochee 
Craig, James A., enginedriver, 17 Blackness street 
Craig, James, butcher, 44 Peddie street 
Craig, James Hunter, M.A., H.M. sub-inspector of schools, 2 Grange 

terrace, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 
Craig, John, 435 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Craig, J. & W., chemists and opticians, Craighall Pharmacy, 46 

Albert street 
Craig & M'Intosh, dressmakers, 18 Dock street 
Craig, Robert E., postman, 17 Wellington street 
Craig, Thomas, & Co., builders, 4 Kirkton road, Downfield 
Craig, W., blacksmith, 31 Dundonald street 
Craig, William, calenderworker, 4 Kinnaird street 
Craig, Mrs George P., 18 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
Craig, Mrs Jemima, 7 St Mary's road, Downfield 
Craig, Mrs John, 274 Blackness road 
Craig, Mrs M., confectioner, 19 Kincardine street 
Craig, Miss Isabella, 59 Lochee road 
Craig, Miss, 30 Wolseley street 
Craighead, Alexander, fireman, 20 Carmiehael street 



232 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Craighead, James, baker, 4 South Baffin street 

Craighead, Robert, dresser, 96 Strathmartine road 

Craigie Wks. , Robertson st ; Caird (Dundee) Ld. Jute spinning and weaving 

Craigie Yard Warehouse Co., Limited, The; Joseph J. Barrie & Co., 

managers, 10 Panmure street 
Craigie, Miss, 180 Strathmartine road 

Craigs, William F., marine engineer, 12 Baxter Park terrace 
Craik, Andrew, signalman, 174 St Vincent street, Broughty Ferry 
Craik, Charles, 5 Dens road 
Craik, David, joiner, 35 Edward street 
Craik, David, traveller, 503 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Craik, Ernest R., clerk, 15 Benvie road 
Craik, George, foreman stableman, 5 Long wynd 
Craik, Miss, 10 Flight's lane, Lochee 
CRAIKS LIMITED, jute and linen manufacturers, Manor Works, Forfar 

(Telephone No. 5; Telegrams "Craik") 
Cram, James, & Son, chartered accountants, 38 Whitehall street j h. 3 

Prospect terrace, East Newport 
Cramb, Alexander, engineer, 131 Clepington road 
Cramb, James, cabinetmaker, 193 Blackness road 
Cramb, Robert, compositor, 9 St Mary's terrace 
Crammond, Charles, coachman, 59 Lochee road 
Crammond, Mrs R. , grocer and wine merchant, 19 Forest Park road ; 

h. 55 Dens road 
Cramond, James C, commercial traveller, 10 Victoria chambers 
Cramond, J. , 70 High street, Lochee 

Cran, Alex., cashier, Tay Oilcake Works; h. 183 Brook st., Bro. Ferry 
Cranmer, Isabella, draper. 54 Dura street ; k. 56 
Cranmer, William, ironplaner, 8 Park avenue 
Crapper, Ellis, clerk, 4 Gowrie place 

Craver, William C, painter, 174 High st., Lochee; h. 224 Lochee road 
Crawford, David, hammerman, 26 Pitfour street 
Crawford, John, potato merchant, 28 South Tay street 
Crawford, John, harbour porter, 9 Eden street 
Crawford, John, M.B., CM., 9 Wellington street 
Crawford, John, yarndresser, 3 Kincardine street 
Crawford, John, yarndresser, 155 Blackness road 
Crawford, Richard, detective, 8 Forest Park road 
Crawford, R. W., of D. N. Fleming & Co., Alexandra cott., Monifieth 
Crawford, Thomas, upholsterer, 8 b'orfar road 
Crawford, Thomas, spirit merchant's manager, 9 Arklay street 
Crawford, William, fruit and potato merchant, 66 Overgate ; h. 77 
Crawford, Mrs Janet, 10 South George street 
Crawford, Mrs J., 52 Peddie street 

Crawford, Mrs, tobacconist and stationer, 86 Albert st. ; h. 47 Lyon st. 
Crawford, Miss J. H., 63 Constitution road 
Crawford, Miss M., dairykeeper, 129 Victoria road; h. 98 
Crawford, Miss, lady superintendent, Boarding House for the Blind, 

43 Paton's lane 
Creagh, John, clerk, 38 Kincardine street 
Creagh, Mrs Mary, confectioner, 243 Lochee road ; h. 127 Rosebery st. 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 233 

Crear, James, telegraphist, 13 Camperdown road, Downfielcl 

Cree, James Alfred, C.P.O. instructor, R.N., 37 St Andrew's street 

Cree, John, mason, 38a Locheerd. ; h. 105a Nethergate (Tele. No. 1465) 

Cree, J. B., tobacconist, 25 Victoria road 

Cree, Nathan, jeweller, 30 North Lindsay street 

Cree, Robert, coal salesman, 184 Hilltown 

Cree, Mrs James, 275 Hawkhill 

Cree, Miss Annie, dairy keeper, 39 Victoria road 

Creegan, Joseph, coaldealer, 35 North Ellen street 

Crerar, Daniel, of Crerar & Son, 1 Dalhousie terrace 

Crerar, Daniel G. M. , stevedore, 10 Dalgleish road 

Crerar, Harry, pianotuner, 1 Dalhousie terrace 

Crerar, Robert, coachman, Tayside cottage, East Home st., West Ferry 

Crerar & Son, pianotuners, 1 Dalhousie terrace 

Crerar, Wm, J., painter and decorator, 5 Rosefield st. ; h. 20 Black st. 

Crichton, Alexander, gardener, Clement Park, Harefield. road, Lochee 

Crichton, Rev. Alex. S., Downfield U.F. Ch. ; h. 16 St Mary's rd., D'field 

Crichton, Andrew, manager, 30 Thomson street 

Crichton, A. B., of A. B. Crichton & Co., Ltd., Abercraigie, 19 Argyle 

street (Telephone No. 1127) 
CRICHTON, A. B., & CO. , Ltd., school bag manufacturers, Wallace Works, 

Dens road (Telephone No, 626 ; Telegrams, "Criton") 
Crichton, David, slaughterhouseman, 140 Ferry road 
Crichton, David, harbour porter, 61 Watson street 
Crichton, David, water inspector, 186 High street, Lochee 
Crichton, David, L.R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P.E., 1 Park road, Downfield 

(Telephone No. D. 46) 
Crichton, Edward, calenderer, 136 Lochee road 
Crichton, Francis, 45 Seafield road 

Crichton, Francis R. , Cottage place, Long lane, Broughty Ferry 
Crichton, George, coal and firewood merchant, 92 Dura street and 

Maryfield Station ; h. 3 Balmore street 
CRICHTON, GEORGE M., steel and file merchant, mill and engineers' 

furnisher; agent for Cammell, Laird, & Co., Ltd. (Sheffield), 

Coventry Ordnance Works, Ltd. (Coventry), and Fleming, Birkby, 

& Goodall, Ltd., (Halifax), 35 and 37 Exchange street; h. 4 

Argyle place. See Adv. p. 15 
Crichton, James, 14 Janefield place 

Crichton, James, foreman, City Works Department, 3 Miln street 
Crichton, John, landscape gardener, 330 Queen street, Broughty Ferry 
Crichton, John M., stationer's assistant, 210 Strathmartine road 
Crichton, Louis S., fruiterer, 85 Strathmartine road 
Crichton, Robert, colporteur, 98 Rosebank street 
Crichton, Robert, confectioner, 55 Main street ; h. 39 Church street 
Crichton, W. H., traveller, 11a Bank street, Lochee 
Crichton, Mrs Charles, 38 Caldrum street 

Crichton, Mrs John, fruiterer, 336 Queen street, Broughty Ferry 
Crighton, Andrew, manager, Mid Wynd Works ; h. 30 Thomson street 
Crighton, A. B. F., accountant, 9 Step row 
Crighton, David, porter, 48 Victoria road 
Brighton, David, 30 Main street 

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234 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Crighton, David D. , wine and spirit merchant, 24 High street, Lochee ; 

A. 13 Gibb's lane, Lochee 
Crighton, D. , caretaker, 26 East Dock street 
Crighton, George, clerk, 55 Taylor's lane 
Crighton, George, coal merchant, 95 Clepington road 
Crighton, George W., church-officer, 5 Morgan street 
Crighton, James, commission agent, 3 Seagate ; h. Willowgrove, Dundee 

road, West Ferry 
Crighton, James, motor mechanic, Central Fire Station, West Bell street 
Crighton, James, draper, 20 Kinloch street 
Crighton, James, jun., engineer, 13 Union place 
Crighton, James T., plumber and tinsmith, Whitton street (Telephone 

No. 2649) ; h. 3 King's road 
Crighton, John, calenderworker, 3 Lowden's alley 
Crighton, John, of John Crighton & Sons, 4 Lammerton terrace 
Crighton, John, riveter, 16 Baffin street 
Crighton, John, baker, 107 Rosebery street, Lochee 
CRIGHTON, JOHN, & SONS, plumbers and gasfitters, 105 Cowgate (Tele- 
phone No. 1031). See Adv. p. 21 
Crighton, J., florist, Fruitmarket, Shore terrace 
Crighton, William, of John Crighton & Sons, 3 Wellington street 
Crighton, Mrs Isabella, 111 Arbroath road 

Crighton, Mrs, wine and spirit merchant, 116 Cowgate; h. 87 King st. 
Crighton, Mrs, tearooms, 130 Gray street, Broughty Ferry 
Crighton, Mrs, 90 Dens road 

Crighton, Miss Lily, teacher of piano, Willowgrove, Dundee rd. , W. Ferry 
Crighton, Miss M., dress and mantle maker, 134 Albert street 
Crighton, Miss, 29 Step row 
CROAL, JAMES F., grocer and teaman, 26 Crichton street (Telephone 

No. 17x5), 112 Seagate, 14 Westport, 81a Blackscroft, 1 Tulloch 

crescent, and 14 Church street ; All-Food Store, 25 Crichton st ; 

h. 6 Lawside road. See Adv. p. 89 
Croall, John, shore porter, 2 South Baffin street 

Croall, Wm. A., wine and spirit mer., 59 Princes st. ; h. 18 Arbroath rd. 
Crockart, William, & Co., sack manufacturers and export merchants, 2 

India buildings 
Crockart, Mrs William, 6 Wellington street 
Crockatt, Andrew, ironturner, 42 William street 

Crockatt, Ebenezer, church-officer, WishartU.F. Ch. ; h. 8 N. Ellen st. 
Crockatt, George, hairdresser, 154 Ann street 
Crockatt, James G., tramway inspector, 159 Hill town 
Crockatt, Margaret, dairy produce dealer, 115 Ann st. ; h. 8N. Ellen st. 
Crockatt, Peter, joiner, 181 Strathmartine road 
Crockett, Alexander D., clerk, Harbour chambers ; h. 8 Newington 

terrace, Esplanade, Broughty Ferry 
Crockett, Charles, joiner, 149 Seagate 
Crockett, Mrs G., 45 Seafield road 
Croft, James, fruiterer, 51 Ann street 
Croft, William, powerloom tenter, 20 Mortimer street 
Crofts, George M., warehouseman, 23 Panmure street; h. Primrose 

cottage, 19 Bright street, Lochee 



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Crofts, Miss, A.L.C.M., teacher of music, Primrose cottage, 19 Bright 

street, Lochee 
Croll, David, of D. & W. Croll, Ashleygrove, Monifieth road, B. Ferry 
Croll, David, St Roque's place, Dundee road, West Ferry 
Croll, D. & W. , nurserymen, seedsmen, and florists, 63 Commercial street 

(Teleph. No. 191), and Dalhousie Nursery, Strathmore st., Barnhill 

(Teleph. No. B.F. 17) 
Croll, Edwin, district inspector, Abstainers and General Insurance Co., 

Limited, 12 Whitehall crescent ; h. 4 Nevill street, Downfield 
Croll, George B., merchant, 62 Ward road; h. 19 Clepington road 
Croll, John, boilermaker, 156 Ferry road 

Croll, John, seedsman, Craigruach, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 
Croll, Mrs David, Ashleygrove, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 
Croll, Mrs, 19 Morgan street 
Croll, Mrs, 3 Westpark gardens 

Croll & Inverdale, Misses, costumiers, 44 High street 
Cromb, A., chauffeur, 3 Baltic street 
Crombie, Andrew, casemaker, 45 Nelson street 

Crombie, G. G., grocer, 10 Rugby terrace, Esplanade, Broughty Ferry 
Crone, John, boot repairer, 150 Alexander street ; h. 87 
Crook, Alex., newsagent and tobacconist, 186 Strathmartine rd. ; h. 188 
Crook, Edward John, chief operator, 105 Clepington road 
Crook, Malcolm, grocer, 10 Clepington street 
Crook, Mrs C, newsagent and tobacconist, 102 Ann street ; h. 1 North 

Wellington street 
Crooks, E. E., inspector, Royal Exch. Assur. ; h. Ardmere, Monifieth 
Crooks, James, plumber and gasfitter, 89 King street (Telephone No. 

238) ; h. 2 Forester street 
Crooks, William M., general manager, Dundee Eastern Co-operative 

Society, Ltd. ; h. 1 Durham Street gardens, Monifieth 
Crosland, Luther A., traveller, 313 South road, Lochee 
Cross, David D., tobacconist, 178 Hawkhill ; h. 13 Union place 
Cross, Ethel M. , private teacher, 38 Park avenue 
Cross, George, tramwayman, 25 Rosefield street 

Crossley, Misses, private teachers, The Grove, Dundee road, West Ferry 
Crouch & Co., watchmakers and jewellers, 95 High st. ; h. 21 Airlie pi. 
Crouch, Mrs, 12 Louise terrace, Grove road, West Ferry 
Crow, Jas., gamedealer, 27 Union st. (Teleph. No. 794) ; h. 32 Union st. 
Crow, Mrs D., 21 St Mary's road, Downfield 
Crow, Miss, 48 Albert street 

Crowe, Findlay, warehouseman, 40 Kemback street 
Crowe, James, 10 Duntrune terrace, West Ferry 
Crowe, William C. , barman, 76 Watson street 
Crowe, Mrs Joan, 48 Ure street 

Crowley, Mrs William, Ashlea, Bamsaypark, Monifieth road, Bro. Ferry 
Cruden, David A., meat salesman, 157 Strathmartine road 
Cruden, James, enginedriver, 249 Hawkhill 

Cruden, James, gardener, Craigmore lodge, Fairfield road, W. Ferry 
Cruden, Jos., goods agent, Dundee East Station ; h. 10 Baxter Park ter, 
Cruden, Mrs Nellie, 238 Perth road 
Cruden, Miss Elizabeth, 99 Alexander street 



236 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Cruelty to Animals, Dundee Society for the Prevention of, 6 Panmure 

street ; W. & R. Ritchie, secretaries and treasurers 
Cruelty to Children, Dundee Society for Prevention of, 2 Dudhope place 
Cruickshank, Alexander, plumber, 41 Erskine street 
Cruickshank, Alexander, cabinetmaker and joiner, 224 Lochee road 
Cruickshank, Alexander, spirit merchant, 41 Dock st. ; h. 1 Pitfour st. 
Cruickshank, Andrew, teacher, Grove Academy, Broughty Ferry ; 

h, 19 Louise terrace, Grove road, West Ferry 
Cruickshank, Annie G. , head teacher, Girls' Industrial Sch. , Blackness rd. 
Cruickshank, Ben, pastrybaker, 13 Blackheath place 
Cruickshank, David, tenter, 25 Park avenue 
Cruickshank, James, postal overseer, 317 Clepington road 
Cruickshank, James, marine engineer, 4 Bellefield avenue 
Cruickshank, James G., traveller, 86 Nethergate 
Cruickshank, John, of John Cruickshank & Co., 7 Ward road 
Cruickshank, John, bar officer and Courthouse keeper, West Bell street 
Cruickshank, John, & Co., insurance surveyors and assessors of fire 

losses, 7 Ward road (Telephone No. 1265 ; Telegrams, " Losses") ; 

60 Princes street, Edinburgh ; and 160 Union street, Aberdeen 
Cruickshank, William, 47 Old Craigie road 
Cruickshank, William, gardener, 13 Dudhope street 
Cruickshank, Wm. T., assistant supt., Grove cot., New rd., Bro. Ferry 
Cruickshank, W., earthenware, hardware mer. , 163 Brook st., Bro. Ferry 
Cruickshank, Mrs Christina, 1 Dallfield terrace 
Cruickshank, Mrs, 4 Garland place 
Cruickshank, Miss, 3 Pitfour street 
Cruickshanks, George, tenter, 24 Gardner street 
Cruickshanks, Miss Margaret, shop assistant, 10 Bellefield avenue 
Cruickshanks, Miss Mary, dairykeeper, 30 Rosefield street ; h. 37 
Cruiks, George, engineer, 2 Tullideph road 
Crumley, Robert W. , 63 High street, Lochee 
Crumly, Canon Thomas, 120 Liff road, Lochee 

Crystal, J. P., of Robert Baxter & Co., Dalhousie cot., Grove rd.,W. Fy. 
Crystal, Mrs J. A. , 2 Ly tton street 

Crystal, Miss Jessie, Seaside cottage, Dundee road, West Ferry 
Cullerton, Mrs C, grocer, 126 South road, Lochee 
Cullum, Frederick Edward, director, James Keiller & Sons, Ltd. ; h. 

Parkside, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 
Culross, Elizabeth, dressmaker, 46 Dudhope Crescent road 
Culross, Mrs Alexander, smallwares, 30 Small's wynd 
Culver, John, locomotive foreman, 1 Bellefield avenue 
Cumisky, James, fruirerer and greengrocer, 8 Dudhope Crescent road ; 

h. 42 Gellatly street 
Cumming, Rev. Andrew, M.A., Mains andStrathmartineU.F. Church ; 

h. 505 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Cumming, Arthur, clerk, 3 Churchill place, Castle st., Broughty Ferry 
Cumming, A. W., & Son, solicitors and notaries public, 1 Bank street 
Cumming, David, general dealer, 10 Blackscroft 
Cumming, D. A., M.A., teacher, Grove Academy, Broughty Ferry j 

h. 1 Grove road, West Ferry 
Cumming, George, yarn agent, 23 Shamrock street 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 23? 

Gumming, Henry, boilermaker, 42 Step row 

dimming, James L., clerk, 16 Wortley place 

Cumming, J. Hunter, of A. W. Cumming & Son, Brewhead house, 
Camperdown 

Cumming, Peter L., watchmaker, 99 Ann street ; h. 71 

Cumming, William, 197 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

Cumming, William, carpetprinter, 21 Hill street 

Cumming, Mrs Isabella, draper, 93 LifF road ; h. 80 

Cumming, Mrs Sarah, 3 Pennycook lane 

Cumming, Mrs William, 16 Wortley place 

dimming, Mrs, fruiterer, Fruitmarket, Shore terrace 

Cumming, Miss Mary, 369 King street, Broughty Ferry 

Cumming, Miss, principal, Seymour Lodge Girls' School, 235 Perth road 

Cummings Brothers, chemists and druggists, 49 Reform street 

Cummings, Charles, of Cummings Brothers, 20 Airlie place 

Cummings, William, of Cummings Brothers, 20 Airlie place 

Cunard Line, 9 Whitehall crescent 

CUNARD LINE AGENCY, 52 Commercial street 

Cunningham, Allan, cashier, 488 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Cunningham, Bells, bookseller and stationer, 10 St Andrew's street 

Cunningham, James, of Malcolm, Ogilvie, & Co., Ltd., Argyll lodge, 
St Andrews 

Cunningham, James, secretary, Calender, Linoleum, and Dyeworkers' 
Union, 8 Overgate (Telephone No. 848) ; h. 17 Glebe street 

Cunningham, R. Y., stationer, 1 Commercial street 

Cunningham, James, butcher, 42 Court street 

Cunningham, John, ticket collector, St Roque's pi. , Dundee rd. , W. Ferry 

Cunningham, J. & J., Ltd., cake and manure merchants, seed crushers 
and oil refiners, manfacturers and importers of chemical manures 
and feeding stuffs, 26 East Dock st. (Telephone Nos. 1112 and 1600 ; 
Telegrams, "Oilcake") 

Cunningham, Thomas, motor engineer and electric welder, 163 Seagate; 
h. 58 Victoria road (Telephone No. 1960; Telegrams, "Cunning- 
ham's Garage, Seagate ") 

Cunningham, Thomas, seaman and pilot, 3 Murray street 

Cunningham, Thomas, joiner, 7 Roslin terrace 

Cunningham, William O., of Malcolm, Ogilvie, & Co., Ltd., Hillside, 
Hill street, Broughty Ferry 

Cunningham, William S., blacksmith, 32 Baldovan terrace 

Cunningham, Mrs John, fruiterer, 50 Victoria rd. ; h. 260 Blackness rd. 

Cunningham, Mrs John, 27 Tait's lane 

Cunningham, Miss M. , midwife, 28 Caldrum street 

Cunninghame, Miss, 1 Blackness crescent 

Cunnison, Charles, 45 Rankine street 

Cunnison, David R., blacksmith, 49 Dens road 

Cunnynghame, Rev. Hugh C. R.,St John's Epis. Ch. ; h. 93 Clepington rd. 

Cura, Agustino, fish restaurateur, 155 Hawkhill ; h. 149 

Cura, G., fish restaurant, 54 Hawkhill ; h. 8 Small's wynd 

Curr, John, seaman, 51 Erskine street 

Curr, John M., baker, 2 North George street 

Curr Night Refuge, 5 West Bell street ; George Rankine, superintendent 



238 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Curr, Robert, of Robert Curr & Dewar, 71 Clepington road 

CURR, ROBERT, & DEWAR, auctioneers and. valuators, Dundee Auction 
Rooms, 4 Ward road (Telephone No. 385). See Adv. p. 58 

Curr, Thomas, dental surgery, 22a Strathmartine road 

Curr, William S., ironmoulder, 59 Lochee road 

Curr, Mrs, newsagent, tobac'nist, 141 Hilltown ; h. 157 Strathmartine rd. 

Curr, Mrs, confectioner, 55 Cleghorn street 

Curran, Hugh, newsagent and tobacconist, 67 Victoria street 

Curren, Hugh, spinning overseer, 164 Alexander street 

Currie, Albert, cartwright, 17 Robertson street 

CURRIE & CO., Ltd., building trade and metal merchants, coal masters 
and lime burners, Eagle buildings, Dock street and Trades lane 
(Telephone No. 1319; Telegrams, "Eagle, Dundee"). Cement, 
plaster, lime, crushed granite, sand, bricks, asphalte, slates, fire- 
clay goods, sanitary and plumbers' goods, szerelmey stone liquid. 
Depot, East Station. Registered office — Eagle buildings, Edin- 
burgh. Also at Leith, Glasgow, Greenock, Perth, Kirkcaldy, Dun- 
fermline, Stirling, Alloa, Falkirk, Grangemouth. See Adv. p. 152 

Currie, Henry, telegraphist, 161a High street, Lochee 

Currie, William, hairdresser, 154 Albert street ; h. 4 Graham street 

Currie, Mrs, 8 Janefield place 

Currie, Mrs, 21 Morgan street 

Cussick, Bernard, spirit merchant, 104 Victoria road ; h. 132a Nethergate 

Cuthbert, Alexander, compositor, 54 Magdalen Yard road 

Cuthbert, Alexander, 258 Blackness road 

Cuthbert, David, grocer, spirit mer., 109 Perth rd. ; h. 1a Ryehill lane 

Cuthbert, Duncan, compositor, 376 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Cuthbert, Duncan, compositor, 258 Blackness road 

Cuthbert, Edward, manager, 49 Dundonald street 

Cuthbert, George, spiritdealer, 16 Liffroad, Lochee; h. 37 Tullideph rd. 

Cuthbert, George, retired coachbuilder, Gartlands, Strathern rd., W.F. 

Cuthbert, James, meat salesman, 5 Eden street 

Cuthbert, James, clerk, 33 Old Craigie road 

Cuthbert, James, retired grocer, Rosmead, Monifieth road, Bro. Ferry 

Cuthbert, James, railway servant, 20 Thomson street 

Cuthbert, Robert, compositor, 23 Rosefield street 

Cuthbert, Robert, clerk, Sunny cottage, Dundee road, West Ferry 

Cuthbert, Samuel, mechanic, 458 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

CUTHBERT, THOMAS, & SON, carriage and motor works, and motor 
agents, Ward road (Telephone No. 1344). See Adv. p. 25 

Cuthbert, William, engineer, 35 American Muir road, Downfield 

Cuthbert, William, coal salesman, 2 Buchanan street 

Cuthbert, William A., engineer, 40 Cleghorn street 

Cuthbert, W. P., grocer and wine merchant, 70 Strathmartine road; 
h. 492 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Cuthbert, Mrs Alexander, grocer, 35 South road, Lochee; h. 22 
Muirton road, Lochee 

Cuthbert, Mrs Grace, dressmaker, 18 Bellefield avenue 

Cuthbert, Mrs Margaret, 23 Blackness avenue 

Cuthbertson, Mrs James, 2 Jessiman terrace, Forthill road, Bro. Ferry 

Cuthill, Alexander, brewery foreman, 8 North Ellen street 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 239 

Cuthill, E. R., of Jas. Cuthill &Co., 10 East Kerrington cres., Barnhill 
Cuthill, James, carpenter, 21 Ellen street 
Cuthill, James & Co., jute merchants, 20 Panmure street (Telephone 

No. 1688; Telegrams, "Cutiljuto") 
Cuthill, William, secretary, Valentine & Sons, Ltd. ; h. Victoria villa* 

Woodmuir Lower terrace, West Newport 
Cuthill, Mrs Helen, lic'sed grocer, 18 Dallneld. walk ; h. 235 Strathmartine rd 
Cutler, H. J., pianoforte assistant, 9 Bellefield avenue 
Cutty, Edward, engineer, 73 Blackseroft 

Dacosta, George, confectioner, 87 Cowgate 

Daillie, Mrs Mathew, 35 Provost road 

Dailly, Anthony, stationer, 86 Blackness road ; h. 94 

Dailly, C, wine merchant, 182 Hilltown; h. 184 

Dailly, John, wine and spirit merchant, 27 Lochee road ; k. 78 

Dailly, John, engineer, 13 Gibb's lane, Lochee 

Dailly, Mrs, fruiterer, 16 Polepark road ; h. 10 Benvie road 

Dainty, Herbert C, spirit merchant, 51 Commercial street; h. 7 

Newington terrace, Esplanade, Broughty Ferry 
Dair, Alexander Beedie, assurance agent, 15 Park avenue 
Dair, David, shipjoiner, 25 Robertson street 
Dair, John, gardener, 26 Gardner street 
Dair, Robert, ironturner, 1 Park avenue 
Dakers, James, customs officer, 3 Glebe street 
Dakers, Mrs J. B. , 27 Clepington road 
Dale, James F., postman, 58 Strathmore road 
Dale, Lennox, printer, 9 Hawkhill 
Dalgairns & Co., blenders, wholesale whisky merchants and exporters, 

59 Cowgate 
Dalgarno, Mrs Alexander, 24 Todburn lane 

Dalgetty, David, keeper, Operative Bakers' house, 39 High street 
Dalgety, Henry, late police constable, 57a Hilltown 
Dalgety, John, storekeeper, 18 Lawson place 
Dalgity, George W., weaving overseer, 63 High street, Lochee 
Dalgleish, James, enginefitter, 24 Gardner street 
Dall, Daniel C, pressroom overseer, 3 Dens road 
Dall, George, tenter, 23 Stirling street 
Dall, George M. , engineer, 72 Clepington road 
Dall, Mrs John, 69 Caldrum street 
D'All, Samuel, collector, 190a Strathmartine road 
Dallas, Alexander, joiner, 7 Lilybank road 
Dallas, Allan S., stationer, 86 Victoria road 

Dallas, James, drapery warehouseman, 11 Barrack st. ; h. 5 Park ten 
Dallas, Mrs Elizabeth, 11 Cardean street 
Dallas, Miss E., grocer, 18 Kinloch street 

Dallas, Miss Jean, dairykeeper, 78a King street ; h. 39 Wellgate 
Dalrymple, Alexander, police constable, 30 Pitfour street 
Dalrymple, Mrs, 4 Annfield street 
Dalton, Michael, surveyor of customs and excise, Customhouse; hi 

Woodside, East Newport 
Daly, Mrs John D., 21 Perth road 



240 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Dalziel, Thomas, assistant overseer, 1 Baxter street 

Dalziel, William, manager, 301 Clepington road 

Danby, Mrs Clement J., Taypark, Dundee road, West Ferry 

Dand, Charles, retired warehouseman, 5 Bellefield avenue 

Dand, Mary, dressmaker, 70 Liff road, Lochee 

Dand, William, plasterer, 18 Main street ; h. 5 Melrose terrace 

Dand, Mrs William, 5 Melrose terrace 

D'Angelis, Carmine, confectioner, 1 High street, Lochee ; h. 3 

Daniel, John, bank messenger, 2 Panmure street 

Danskin, William, enginedriver, 8 Paton's lane 

Darge, John, clerk of works, office, New City Hall, 15 Shore terrace ; 

h. 13 Blackness avenue 
Dargie, Albert, clerk, 1 1 Don's road 

Dargie, Alexander, general merchant, 41 Fort street, Broughty Ferry 
Dargie, Alfred, clerk, 2 Francis street 
Dargie, Andrew, B.Sc, A.I.C., city analyst, county analyst for Fife, 

Forfar, Perth, 140 Perth road ; h. 6 Craigie terrace 
Dargie, Andrew, gardener, 1 Mortimer street 

Dargie, Chas., & Son, tailors and clothiers, 6 King st. ; h. 195 Albert st. 
Dargie, David, blacksmith, 27 Wellgrove street, Lochee 
Dargie, George, draff mer., 19 High st. ; h. Backhill of Balgay, Lochee 
Dargie, James B., salesman, 195 Albert street 
Dargie, James C, dairy keeper, 7 Yeaman's lane 
Dargie, John, machineman, 339 Loons road 
Dargie, John A. C, mason, 101 Alexander street 
Dargie, William, boilermaker, 47 Milnbank road 
Dargie, William, machineman, 7 Lilybank road 
Dargie, William, builder, 459 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Dargie, W., 16 Church street, Broughty Ferry 
Dargie, Mrs Charles, 195 Albert street 
Dargie, Mrs, 46 Union street. Broughty Ferry 

Dargie, Miss Amy, draper, 120 Princes street ; h. 110 Victoaia road 
Dargie, Miss, 330 King street, Broughty Ferry 
Darroch, John, bath attendant, 23 Union street 
David, Andrew, confectioner, 94 Nethergate 
David & Co., boot and shoe makers, 26 Westport 
David, James, of Godfrey & Co., Brookfield, Carnoustie 
David, John, of Cargill & Co., Ltd. (Tele. No. 1773), 77 Clepington rd. 
David, Robert, reader, 52 Dudhope street 
David, Thomas, 43 Albany terrace 

David, Win,, watchmaker and jeweller, 48 Ann street; h. ION. Ellen st. 
David Miss M. L., 87 Pitkerro road 

Davids, Mrs M. J., artist and teacher of painting, 5 Park terrace 
Davidson, Alexander, dresser, 35 Edward street 
Davidson, Alexander, plumber, 16 Cherryfield lane 
Davidson, Alexander, insurance agent, 4 Stirling street 
Davidson, Alex., teacher, Dudhope Public School; h. 15 Baxter Park ter. 
Davidson, Alexander, clerk, 66 Dalkeith road 
Davidson, Alexander Laird, timekeeper, 2")2 Blackness road 
Davidson, Alexander M., grocer's assistant, 2 Hepburn street 
Davidson, Andrew, broker, 23 Balgay street, Lochee ; h. 18 South road 



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Davidson, Andrew, jun., joiner, 5 Flight's lane, Lochee; funeral office, 

90^ High street, Lochee 
Davidson, A. R., Scottish Insurance Corporation, Ltd., 39 Albert sq. ; 

h. Invernahaven, Abernethy, Perthshire (Telephone No. 17 

Abernethy ; Telegrams, " 2177 Dundee") 
Davidson, Balfour, 40 Cleghorn street 

Davidson, Chas., church- officer, Ward Rd. Baptist Ch.; h. 4 Forester st. 
Davidson, Colin, fireman, Central Fire Station, 15 West Bell street 
Davidson & Co., bootmakers, 146 Hilltown 
Davidson, David, clerk, 4 Lintrathen gardens 

Davidson, David, painter and decorator, 85 Lochee rd. ; h.W Lawside rd. 
Davidson, David S., deputy chief constable, Central Police chambers, 

4 West Bell street ; h. Dunmore, 9 Baldovan road, Downfield 
Davidson, George, watchmaker and jeweller, 58 Bell street ; h. 54 
Davidson, George, tenter, 14 Wilkie's lane 
Davidson, George, police sergeant, 189 Clepington road 
Davidson, George, brewer's traveller, 2 Airlie terrace 
DAVIDSON & GRAY, chemists (wholesale and retail), 128a Nethergate 

(Telephone Nos. 2133, 2134). See Adv. p. 29 
Davidson, Rev. H. M., St Andrew's Parish Church; h. 11 Albany ter. 
Davidson, H. P. , commission agent, 8 Garland place 
Davidson, Isabella, dressmaker and costumier, 132a Nethergate ; h. 

142 Perth road 
Davidson, James, tenter, 331 Clepington road 
Davidson, James, machineman, 17 Lyon street 
Davidson, James, carpenter, 7 Lyon street 
Davidson, James, jeweller, 150 Albert street 
Davidson, James, tailor, 79 Cobden street, Lochee 
Davidson, James, assurance agent, 4 Tullideph road 
Davidson, James Johnston, dental prosthetic, 94 High street, Lochee 

(Telephone No. 31y1) ; h. Myrtlebank, 29 Rankine street 
Davidson, James P., housepainter and decorator, 83 Peddie street 

(Telephone No. 2433) ; h. 19 Annfield street 
Davidson, James P., commercial traveller, 3 Union place 
Davidson, John, joiner, 10 Garland place 
Davidson, John, waiter, 1 Gibb's lane, Lochee 
Davidson, John, mason, 27 Scott street 
Davidson, John D., traveller, 7 Airlie terrace 

Davidson, J. , Old Age Pension officer, Customhouse ; h. 23 Perth road 
Davidson, J. M., 50 Seafield road 

Davidson, Mary Ann, broker, 7a St Ann street, Lochee 
Davidson, Richard, billposting manager, 272 Strathmartine road 
Davidson, Robert, grocer, 143 Lochee road 

Davidson, Robt., stationer, tobacconist, 52 Blackness rd. ; h. 10 Lawrence st. 
Davidson, Thomas, lorryman, 35 Watson street 
Davidson, Thomas, confectioner, 123 Victoria road 
Davidson, Thomas M. , M. A. , B. Sc. , secretary, Dundee Orphan Institution , 

h. 9 Nelson street 
Davidson, William, ironmonger, plumber, and tinsmith, 36 Polepark 

road (Telephone No. 2641) ; h. Stirling cot., Camphillrd., B. Ferry 
Davidson, William, plumber, 42 Cleghorn street 



242 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Davidson, William, mason, 17 Speed's terrace, Tait's lane 

Davidson, William, storekeeper, 2 Main street 

Davidson, William, calenderworker, 176 South road, Lochee 

Davidson, William, teacher, 1 Inverary terrace 

Davidson, William, painter, 107 Alexander street 

Davidson, William, clerk, 330 King street, Broughty Ferry 

Davidson, William, jeweller, 80 Ward road 

Davidson, William, ironmoulder, 66 Walton street 

Davidson, William, cloth inspector, 7 Park lane 

Davidson, Wm. Douglas, bandmaster, teacher of music, 54 Seafield road 

Davidson, William Lumgair, 52 Cotton road 

DAVIDSON, W. (late Laird & Alexander), indiarubber and waterproof goods 

manufacturer, 8 and 10 Reform street (Telephone No. 2610) ; h. 

Hillpark, Wormit. See Adv. p. 81 
DAVIDSON, W. RAE, registered plumber, sanitary, and heating engineer, 

3 Annfield road (Telephone No. 1690) ; h. 4 Lytton street. 

See Adv. p. 16 
Davidson, Mrs A., 262 Perth road 

Davidson, Mrs George, 25 St Vincent place, Long lane, Broughty Ferry 
Davidson, Mrs John, 198 High street, Lochee 
Davidson, Mrs J. S., 50 Seafield road 
Davidson, Mrs M. M., Bartley lodge, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 

(Telephone No. B.F. 193)* 
Davidson, Mrs Robert, apartments, 178 Perth road 
Davidson, Mrs William, 3 Old Muirton road, Lochee 
Davidson, Mrs William, Stirling cottage, Camphill rd., Broughty Ferry 
Davidson, Mrs W. L., furniture dealer, 1 Dens road 
Davidson, Mrs, draper and hardware merchant, 97 Lochee road; h. 132 
Davidson, Miss A., surgical belt maker, 11 St Salvador street 
Davidson, Miss Barbara, 41 Albany terrace 
Davidson, Miss Helen, dressmaker, 168 Albert street 
Davidson, Miss Maggie, dressmaker, 168 Albert street 
Davidson, Miss, 7 Dalhousie terrace, Dalhousie road, Barnhill 
Davidson, Miss, 23 Perth road 
Davidson, Miss, 11 Bonnybank road 

Davie, Alex, C, of P. & A. Davie, 506 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Davie, Andrew, dentistry, 26 South Tay street (Telephone No. 1901) 
Davie, Andrew, tailor and clothier, 6 and 8 Hilltown ; h. 94 Nethergate 
Davie, A. K., teller, Union Bank ; h. 17 Baxter Park terrace 
Davie, Christina, grocer, 62 Liff road, Lochee 

Davie, George M., M.P.S., pharmacist, 236 Hilltown; h. 37 Albany ter. 
Davie & Home, Ltd. , evaporators, filters, condensers ; agent, Thomas 

Berry, 5 Seton place, Edinburgh 
Davie, Jas., of P. & A. Davie, Kamarhatty cottages, Ramsaypark, B. F. 
Davie, Joseph B., commercial manager, Camperdown Jute Works; 

h. Harefield, Harefield road, Lochee (Telephone No. 937) 
Davie, J. H., solicitor, 11 Barrack street; h. 18 Bingham terrace 
Davie, J. R., mechanical dentist, 2 North George street 
Davie, Kermath L., hairdresser, 15 Victoria road; h. 9 
Davie, Margaret, confectioner, 34 Dudhope street ; h. 23 
Davie, Mary, confectioner, 61 Victoria street ; h. 94 Nethergate 



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Davie, Peter, of P. & A. Davie, Beechwood cottage, Barry 

Davie, Peter, jun., painter, 14 Victoria chambers 

Davie, Peter & Alex. , house painters and decorators, 44 & 46 Victoria rd. 

Davie, Robert, provision merchant, 301 Strathmartine road 

Davie, Robertson, chauffeur, Edenbain place, King street, Bro. Ferry 

Davie, R. R. , motor engineer, St Vincent Street Garage, Broughty 
Ferry ; h. 3 Edenbain place, King street, B.F. 

Davie, Thomas Wm.,L.D.S., R.C.S.Edin., dental surgeon, 125 Nether- 
gate (Telephone No. 2832) ; h. 20 Bingham terrace 

Davie, William, teacher, Roslyn cottage, Castle street, Broughty Ferry 

Davie, William, foreman joiner, 3 Balfour street 

Davie, William, 11 Balgray road, Downfield 

Davie, Miss M. M. , 14 Forfar road 

Davis, Andrew, joiner, 16 Annfield street 

Davis, James J., of Small's Western Cycle Depot, 14 Ford's lane 

Davis, James, hammerman, 87 Ann street 

Davis, Robert, clothier and outfitter, 2 Wellgate, and 20, 22 Panmure 
street ; h. Norbay, East Newport 

DAWSON BROS. & CO., yarn, sack, bag, and cloth merchants, 10 Victoria 
chambers (Telephone No. 748 ; Telegrams, "Cotton") 

Dawson, Henry, baker, 200 Blackness road 

Dawson, John, commission agent, 35 Lochee road ; h. 2 Airlie terrace 

Dawson, John, 377 King street, Broughty Ferry 

Dawson, J. T. , of Dawson Brothers & Co. , Hillpark, Leuchars 

Dawson, Samuel, machineman, 30 Hilltown 

Dawson, William, 377 King street, Broughty Ferry 

Dawson, W. F., of Dawson Brothers & Co., Hillpark, Leuchars 

Dawson, Mrs David, 4 Laurelbank 

Day, John Percival, lecturer, Teachers' Training Col. ; h. 78 Seafield rd. 

Day Nurseries, 33 Isles' lane — Mrs J. W. C. Lindsay, matron; 52 Cotton 
road — Miss F. Clarkson, matron ; 33 Lilybank road — Miss Hall, 
matron ; 24 and 26 N. George st. — Miss H. Chapman, matron. 
Lochee Day Nursery, 7 Flight's lane — Mrs Taylor, matron 

Dear, James G., yarn and waste merchant, Nelson Works, 47 Nelson st. 

Dear, Mrs, 23 Castle street 

Deas, James, of Jas. Deas & Son, Seaview cottage, Dalhousie rd., Barnhill 

Deas, Jas. , & Son, tailors and clothiers, 38 and 40 Commercial street 

Deas, John, of Jas. Deas & Son, 6 Invermark terrace, Barnhill 

Deas, Thomas, joiner, 62 Seagate 

Deas, Miss Annie, 7 Small's wynd 

Deas, Miss, admitting secretary, Bannatyne Home of Rest ; h. 1 Mid st. 

Dellaquaglia, Alexander, confectioner, 21 Constitution road 

Delnevo, D., fish restaurant, 123 Lochee road ; h. 2 City road 

Delnivo, Dominic, fish restaurant, 40 Wellgate ; h. 2 Charles street 

Delvyn, John Alexander, sorting clerk and telegraphist, 8 Paton's lane 

Dempster, Alexander, hairdresser, 158 Strathmartine road ; h. 107 

Dempster, George, joiner, 5 Gowrie place 

Dempster, William, cashier, 10 St Mary's road, Downfield 

Dempster, Miss M. J., dairykeeper, 201 Perth road ; h. 6 Park terrace 

Denham, Annie, confectioner, 30 Dura street 

Denham, John, overseer, 76 Arklay street 



244 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Denholm, George, compositor, 145 Clepington road 

Denholm, Miss M., dressmaker, 292 Blackness road 

Denmark, Vice-Consul for — B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 

Denny, Mrs, St Roque's cottages, Dundee road, West Ferry 

Dens Works, 13 Princes st.; Baxter Brothers & Co., Ltd., manufacturers 

Densfield Works, North Isla st. ; J. C. Duffus & Nephew, jutespinners 

Derrick, Daniel, salesman, 34 Kincardine street 

Deuchar, James, moulder, 176 Ferry road 

Deuchars, Peter, clerk, 9 Craig street 

Deuchars, Robert, clerk, 14 Ford's lane 

Deuchars, W T illiam L. , salesman, 65 Dens road 

Deuchars, Mrs, 4 Windsor terrace, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

Devaney, Miss B., fruiterer, 78 Princes street 

Devine, John, collector, 14 North Ellen street 

Devine, Mrs A., fruiterer, 5 Dallfield walk ; h. 64 Hilltown 

Devlin, Edward, bootmaker, 76 Ann street ; h. 7 Bonnybank road 

Devlin, James, bootmaker, 2 Raglan street ; h. 8 Arthurstone terrace 

Devlin, John, fruiterer, 63 Hilltown ; h. 61 

Devlin, Joseph, slater, 15 Glamis street 

Dewar, Alexander, gravedigger, 5 Blyth street 

Dewar, Andrew, engineer, 9 Kerrington crescent, Barnhill 

Dewar, David T. , of David T. Dewar, Ltd. , 295 Clepington road 

Dewar, David T., Ltd., hacklemakers, Dundee Hackle Works, Old 
Glamis road (Telephone No. 2231 ; Telegrams, "Ammoniac") 

Dewar, Elizabeth, dairykeeper, 43 North Wellington street ; h. 41 

Dewar, Frederick, church-officer, Broughty Ferry Parish Church ; h. 
Parish Church house, St Vincent street, B.F. 

Dewar, Henry, 10 Seaview place, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

Dewar, James, compositor, 167 Albert street 

Dewar, James T., clerk, 17 Seymour street 

Dewar, James W., engineer, 87 Cobden street 

Dewar, John, stationer, 34 Hilltown ; h. 3 

Dewar, John, dockgateman, 7 Graham place 

Dewar, John, gardener, North lodge, Western Cemetery, Perth road 

Dewar, John, stationer, 3 Hilltown 

Dewar, Thomas, glazier, 12 Ireland's lane 

DEWAR, TOM M., plumber and gasfitter, 41 Constitution road (Tele- 
phone No. 1995) ; h. 12 Durham street, Monifieth. See Adv. p. 52 

Dewar, William, mechanic, 347 Clepington road 

Dewar, William, of Robert Curr & Dewar, 103 Magdalen green 

Dewar, William J., 12 Balgay avenue 

Dewar, William M. F., cashier, 341 Clepington road 

Dewar, Mrs Alfred E., 13 Balgray street 

Dewar, Mrs David, 5 Windsor terrace 

Dewar, Mrs James, 168 Lochee road 

Dewar, Mrs, grocer, 22 Caldrum street ; h. 41 

Dewar, Miss, 42 Union street, Broughty Ferry 

Dewar, Misses A. & E,, drapers, 164a Clepington road 

Diack, Arthur J., teller, Royal Bank, 3 High st. ; h. Elmbank, Wormit 

DICK, CHARLBS, JUN., builder and contractor, Monifieth. See Adv. p. 135 

Dick, David, assurance agent, 207 Perth road 



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Dick, David, cashier, 3 Newington terrace, Esplanade, Broughty Ferry 

Dick, Edward J., coachman, Beachtower, Dundee road, West Ferry 

Dick, E. H., Laurelgrove, Camphill road, Broughty Ferry 

Dick, Henry, butcher, 120J Hilltown & 102 Rosebank st. ; h. 5 Paradise rd. 

Dick, James, 6 Park terrace 

Dick, James, ironmonger, 405 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Dick, Jas. G. , watchmkr. and jeweller, 189 Victoria rd. ; h. 11 Morgan st. 

Dick, John, woodturner, 10a Baxter street 

Dick, John, 1 1 Gladstone terrace, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

Dick, Peter F. , stationer and tobacconist, 66 Princes st. ; h. 22 Victoria st. 

DICK, R. & J., Ltd., boot and shoe manufacturers, 77 Murraygate. See 

Adv. page vi. preceding title 
DICE, R. & J., Ltd., Balata belting manufacturers, 75 Murraygate. See 

Adv. page vi. preceding title 
Dick, Thomas, Ramsaypark, Broughty Ferry 
Dick, Thomas B., bookkeeper, 31 Seymour street 
Dick, Thomas H., factory manager, 40 Muirrield crescent, Downfield 
Dick, Thomas S., Laurelgrove, Camphill road, Broughty Ferry 
DICK, W. B., builder and contractor, 30 Guthrie street (Telephone No, 

2224) ; h. 58 Strathmore road. See Adv. p. 39 
Dick, Mrs A., confectioner, 282 Perth road 
Dick, Mrs Barbara, 69 Gray street, Broughty Ferry 
Dickie, Archibald P., Cambustay, Dalhousie road, Barnhill 
Dickie, David, clerk, 6 Nelson street 

Dickie, David, of David Dickie & Sons, 3 Norwood crescent 
Dickie, David, & Sons, wholesale builders' ironmongers and engravers, 23 

Commercial street (Telephone No. 1071 ; house, No. 2467) 
Dickie, D. Douglas, ironmonger, 2 Rosewood terrace 
Dickie, George E., teacher, 17 Seymour street 
DICKIE, JAMES A., wireworker and bellhanger, 14, 18, and 22 Barrack 

street (Telephone No. 2418) ; workshops, Barrack street ; h. Beach 

cottage, Invergowrie. See Adv. p. 23 
Dickie, W. B., of W. B. Dickie & Sons, Cambustay, Dalhousie road, 

Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 50), and Whitehills, Inchture 
Dickie, W. B., jun., of W. B. Dickie & Sons, 2 Farington street 
Dickie, W. B., & Sons, solicitors, 11 Whitehall street (Telephone No. 

101; Telegrams, "Legal") 
Dickie, Mrs James, 5 Lynnewood place 
Dickinson, William, traveller, 16 Gardner street 
Dickson, Alexander, enginedriver, 31 Scott street 

Dickson Brothers, motor engineers, 1 Fairfield road ; h. 3 Smith street 
Dickson, Charles, compositor, 57 Cleghorn street 

Dickson, David, head gardener, Castleroy , Panmure st. , Broughty Ferry 
Dickson, George, millforeman, 3 Kerr's lane, Lochee 
Dickson, George, baker, 87 Strathmartine road 
Dickson, George, ship's plater, 3 Baffin street 
Dickson, James, confectioner, 306 Hawkhill ; h. 17 Ford's lane 
Dickson, James, wine and spirit merchant, Leighton's Wine Stores, 

64 Seagate (Telephone No. 1534 ; Telegrams, " Vanguard") ; h. 13 

Janefield place 
Dickson, James F., clothier's assistant, 67 Dens road 



246 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Dickson, John, engineer, 361 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Dickson, John, jun., fruiterer and confectr. , 1 Brook st. ; h. 27 Isles' lane 

Dickson, Margaret Scott, M.B., Ch.B., medical officer for maternity 

and child welfare depai'tment, Infant Welfare Centre, 23 Victoria 

road (Telephone No. 2438) ; h. 46 Dalkeith road 
Dickson, Mathew, cellarman, 18 Hunter street 

Dickson, N. Drummond, chartered accountant, 30 Meadowside (Tele- 
phone No. 2652; Telegrams, "Check") 
Dickson, Peter, 2 West Somerville place 

Dickson, Richard L., assistant supt., G.P.O. ; h. 51 Taylor's lane 
Dickson & Ross, bootmakers, 10 Tannadice street 
Dickson, William M., 9 St Mary's road, Downfield 
DILLON, ARTHUR, & SONS, manufacturers of boiler compositions, 

anti- corrosion compositions, machinery and engine oils, Portobello. 

See Adv. pp. xii., xiii., xiv. preceding title 
Dingwall, Mrs William, 310 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Dingwall, Mrs, Woodford, Davidson street, Broughty Ferry 
Dippie, William, head gardener, Beechwood, Harefield road, Lochee 
Direct Spanish Telegraph Co., Ltd. (telegrams to Spain, Portugal, 

Canary Islands), 50 Bell street ; T. W. Smith, manager 
Direct United States Cable Co., Ltd. , 1 Panmure st. (Teleph. No. 1351) 
DIXON, H. G., & SON, hardwaremen, cutlers, sawmakers, and athletic 

goods merchants, 41 High street. See Adv. p. 65 
Dixon, Mrs, fruit merchant, 17J Polepark road ; h. 193 Blackness road 
Dizney, William, operator, 180 Lochee road 

Dobbie, Archibald, shoemaker, 93 Albert st. ; h. 47 North Wellington st. 
Dobbie, William, furniture salesman, 16 Arthurstone terrace 
Dobbie, Mrs Mary, 54 Provost road 

Dobbin, John, market gardener, Willowdene, Fintry place, Bro. Ferry 
Dobson, Edward W., hosierymaker, 129 Nethergate 
Dobson, Patrick, book-keeper, 3 Strathmartine road 
Docherty, Robert, engineer, 17 Mortimer street 
Docherty, Mrs James, 6 North George street 
Docherty, Miss Susan, confectioner, 8 Carnegie street 
Docherty, Miss, nurse, 13 Blyth street 
Doctor, George, bookbinder, 8 Lawson place 
Doctor, John, examiner, 30 Balfour street 
Dodd,Rev. Henry, L.R.C.P. and S.Edin., F.P. and S.Glas., Downfield 

Parish Church ; h. Downfield 
Doddrell, Miss, 1 Beechwood terrace 

Dodds, J. Dickson, merchant, Box 8 Royal Exchange ; h. St Fort, Wormit 
Dodds, Robert, mason, 53 Dudhope street 

Dodds, William, bootmaker, 79a Arbroath road ; h. West Dock street 
Doherty, Very Rev. Canon, Rosebank, 2 Lawside road 
Doherty, Patrick, 10 Sharp's lane, Lochee 
Doig, Alexander, tailor, 42 North George street 
Doig, Alexander P., house proprietor, 6 St Peter street 
Doig, Alex. S., hairdresser, 7 Charles street ; h. 105 Clepington road 
Doig, Annie, confectioner, 28 Constitution street 
Doig, David, millforeman, 53 Lyon street 
Doig, David, 18 American Muir road, Downfield 



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Doig, David Millar, bandmaster, 38 Cobden street, Lochee 
Doig, Edward, calenderworker, 109 Strathmartine road 
Doig, George, late goods agent, 11 Mnirfield st., Downfield 
Doig, James, bridie and pie baker, 46 Overgate ; J. K. Birse, manager 
Doig, James, mechanic, 54 Main street 
Doig, James, calenderer, 38 Step row 
Doig, James, mason, 4 Wolseley street 
Doig, James, baker, 17 North George street 
Doig, James, warper, 65 Ancrnm road, Lochee 

Doig, James K., wine merchant, 5 High street ; h. Rosebank, Monifieth 
Doig, John, mason, 12 Eorest Park road 
Doig, John, machineman, 60 Main street 
Doig, John L., M.P.S., of Wm. Doig & Sons, Marrbank, Cupar road, 

East Newport 
Doig, Robert, calenderworker, 59 Caldrum street 
Doig, Thomas, foreman electrician, 2 Tullideph road 
Doig, Thomas, chauffeur, 1 Churchill place, Castle st., Broughty Ferry 
Doig, William, housepainter, 45 Erskine street 
Doig, William, jun., of William Doig & Sons, Beulahbank, Hillside, 

Cupar road, East Newport 
Doig, William, jun., baker, 193 Perth road 
Doig, William, & Sons, pharmacists, 9 High street 
Doig, William S., baker, 308£ Perth road ; h. 199 Perth road 
Doig, Mrs Charles, confectioner, 27 Church street 
Doig, Mrs Elizabeth, groceries and smallwares, 38 Cobden street 
Doig, Mrs James, 49 Lyon street 

Doig, Mrs Margaret, Margaret place, King street, Broughty Ferry 
Doig, Mrs William, house proprietrix, 15 Seymour street 
Doig, Misses E. and M. , 3 Walrond street 

Dolan, Jas., approved society secy., Blackness Hall; h. 45 Blackness rd. 
Dolan, John M., general dealer, 5 and 7 Temple lane 
Dolan, Mrs William, 10 Well road 
Don Brothers, Buist, & Co. , Ltd., flax and jute spinners and manufacturers, 

Ward Mills, Barrack street, and at Forfar (Telephone Nos. — 

Dundee, 353; Forfar, 1731 Dundee Exchange ; Telegrams, "Don") 
Don, David, C. A., of Don & Stewart, 76 Seafield road 
Don, David, factory manager, King's Cross Wks. ; h. 25 Lintrathen gdns. 
Don, David, general dealer, 211 Lochee road ; h. 209 
Don & Duncan, Limited, jute spinners and manufacturers, King's Cross 

Works, Lochee ; Mid Street Mill, and Ladybank Mill 
Don, John B., of Don Bros., Buist, & Co., Ltd., Maulesden, near Brechin 
Don's Road Factory, Don's road; J. H. F. Henderson Ltd., manufactrs. 
Don & Stewart, chartered accountants, 2 Union st. (Telephone No. 304 ; 

Telegrams, ' ' Voluntary ") 
Don, Lord Provost Sir William, K.B.E., of Don & Duncan, Limited, 

Ardarroch, 3 Douglas terrace 
Don, Wm. Gilbert, of Don Bros., Buist, & Co., Ltd., Maulesden, Brechin 
Don, Mrs Jane, dressmaker, 285 Hawkhill 

Don, Mrs, 2 Hermitage terrace, Camphill road, Broughty Ferry 
Don, Miss, 5 Inverary terrace 
Don, Miss, 6 Greenfield place 



248 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Donachie, John, milloverseer, 17 City road 

Donachie, John, milloverseer, 14 Stirling street 

Donaghey, John J., chemist, druggist, 185 Overgate ; h. 322 Blackness rd. 

Donald, Alexander, postman, 5 Canning street 

Donald, Alexander, clerk, 12 Park avenue 

Donald, A. B., 18 Muirton road, Lochee 

Donald Brothers, flax, hemp, and jute manufacturers, James' Park Fac- 
tory, 98 Albert street (Telephone No. 6 ; Telegrams, " Bonnie") 

Donald, David, 41 Mains loan 

Donald & Duncan, cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 41 Nethergate 

Donald, Francis John, chemist's assistant, 30a James street 

Donald, Frank J., of Donald Brothers, 7 Douglas terrace, West Ferry 

Donald, George, of John L. Roy & Donald, 84 Bell street 

Donald, George, tailor, 6 Melrose terrace 

Donald, George, yardsman, 30 James street 

Donald, George, of Donald & Smith, Marguerite cottage, Oakley place, 
Queen street, Broughty Ferry 

Donald, George, plumber, 10 Gardner's lane ; h. Rowanbank, 43 
Rankine street 

Donald, George R., of J. & H. Pattullo & Donald, Ardshiel, Perth road 

Donald, James, spirit merchant's assistant, 30 Pitfour street 

Donald, James, dairyman, 97 American Muir road, Downfield 

Donald, James M., sawyer, 45 Lilybank road 

Donald, James P., cashier, Larchfield Works; h. 16 Seafield road 

Donald, John, tenter, 156 Strathmartine road 

Donald, R. R. clerk, 9 Blackness avenue 

Donald, Samuel, F.I.C., superintendent, Dundee Tar Distillation Works, 
Carolina port ; h. 3 Taymouth ter., Monifieth rd., Broughty Ferry 

Donald & Smith, glass merchants and glaziers, 48 Murraygate (Tele- 
phone No. 1097), 23 Kincardine street (Telephone No. 1136) 

Donald & Strachan, milliners and fancy drapers, 72 Gray st., Bro. Ferry 

Donald, William, of Donald & Duncan, 1 Princes street, Monifieth 

DONALD, WILLIAM, plumber, tinsmith, and gasfitter, 10 Gardner's lane ; 
h. Rowanbank, 43 Rankine street. See Adv. p. 39 

Donald, William, tenter, 15 North street 

DONALD, WILLIAM, Jun., plumber and sanitary engineer, 212 Perth 
road (Telephone No. 2185) ; h. 25. See Adv. p. 85 

Donald, William B., retired bank teller, 69a Constitution road 

Donald, William G., railway checker, 8 Eden street 

Donald, Mrs Alexander, 17a Wellington street 

Donald, Mrs David, 11 Pitalpin street, Lochee 

Donald, Mrs David, 2 Victoria crescent 

Donald, Mrs Margaret, 20 Baxter Park terrace 

Donald, Mrs Margaret, newsagent, 261 Hawkhill ; h. 39 Step row 

Donald, Mrs R. , 4 Panmure place, Broughty Ferry 

Donald, Miss Amelia, stationer, 65 Princes street 

Donald, Miss Clara, of Stewart Robertson & Co., 20 Baxter Park terrace 

Donaldson, Alexander, hamcurer, 88 Hawkhill 

Donaldson, Alexander, dresser, 45 Milnbank road 

Donaldson, Alexander, baker, 7 Annfield row 

Donaldson, Allan, of Allan Donaldson & Co., Airlie cottage, 24 Airlie place 



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DONALDSON, ALLAN, & CO., motor and general engineers, 37 to 41 Yea- 
man shore 

Donaldson, Andrew M., clerk, 11 Bellefield avenue 

Donaldson, Balfour, overseer, 37 Dundonald street 

Donaldson, Charles, journalist, 9 Baxter Park terrace 

Donaldson, Charles, mate, 15 Union place 

Donaldson, David, glazier, 3 Watt street 

Donaldson, David, traveller, 38 Jamaica street 

Donaldson, David, church-officer, Chapelshade Established Church ; h. 
20 Mid street 

Donaldson, David H., postman, 4 Cleghorn street 

Donaldson, Ebenezer, clerk, 15 Gibb's lane, Lochee 

Donaldson, James, boot repairer, 24 Lorimer street ; h. 9 Tannadice st. 

Donaldson, James, butcher, 4 Sibbald street 

DONALDSON, JAMES, & SONS, timber merchants and sawmillers, Tay- 
port (Telephone No. T.4 ; Telegrams, "Donaldson, Tayporfc") 

Donaldson, Jane H., teacher, 44 Muirfield crescent, Downfield 

Donaldson, John, clerk, 2 Morgan street 

Donaldson, John, hamcurer, 35 Guthrie street 

Donaldson, John, grocer, 1 Easson's angle 

Donaldson Line, 9 Whitehall crescent 

Donaldson, Martha, 44 Muirfield crescent, Downfield 

Donaldson, M. & J., drapers, 82 Hilltown ; h. 22 Rosebank street 

Donaldson, Peter, assistant superintendent, P. 0. ; h. 20 Lammerton ter. 

Donaldson, Robert D., postman, Bowrie cottage, Long lane, Bro. Ferry 

Donaldson, Thomas D., compositor, 199 Strathmartine road 

Donaldson, William, hairdresser, 15 Princes street 

Donaldson, Mrs H., 27 Wellgrove street, Lochee 

Donaldson, Mrs James, 7 Briarwood terrace 

Donaldson, Mrs William, 1 Seafield road 

Donaldson, Mrs W. G., apartments, 7 Airlie terrace 

Donaldson, Mrs, British Workman Restaurant, 40 Gray st., Bro. Ferry 

Donaldson, Miss J. B., apartments, 13 Bellefield avenue 

Donegan, Henry, licensed grocer, 67 Hilltown ; h. 62 Church street 

Donn, Robert, art master, Stobswell School ; h. 45 American Muir 
road, Downfield 

Donn, Robert, printer, 11a Thomson street 

Donnachie, H. P., hairdresser, 85 High street 

Donnachie, James, grocer, 56 Blackscroft 

Donnachie, Jas., & Co., coal merchants, 10 Jamaica st. and Fairmuir Stn. 

Donnelly, George, dresser, 98 Rosebank street 

Donnelly, Thomas, milloverseer, 58 Caldrum street 

Donnet, William, vanman, 84 Blackscroft 

Donnet, Mrs, 27 Park avenue 

Dorward, Charles, mason, 68 Hill street 

Dorward, George, fisherman, Pine house, Long lane, Bro ugh ty Ferry 

Dorward, Hugh, railway inspector, 8 Bellefield avenue 

Dorward, Jas., gardener, Mayfield Hostel, North lodge, 169 Arbroath rd. 

Dorward, John, joiner, 43 Ure street 

Dorward, William, woodcutting-machineman, 7 M'Gill street 

Dorward, William, 8 Annfield street 



250 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Dorward, William, mechanic, 32 Gardner street 

Dorward, Mrs Mary, dairykeeper, 19 Charles street 

Dott, David S., 17 Brown Constable street 

Dott, John, spirit merchant, 78 Hawkhill ; h. 41 Seafield road 

Dott, Mrs James S. , 4 Wellington street 

Dougal, William, fireman, 53 Dens road 

Dougall, James, boot repairer, 15 Constitution street and 230 Blackness 

road ; h. 29 Constitution street 
Douglas & Barry, timber merchants, 2 India buildings (Tele. No. 1657) 
Douglas, David, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 4 Crichton street; h. 

1 1 Thomson street 

DOUGLAS & DOUBBLE, chartered patent agents and consulting engineers, 

12 Bank street (Telephone No. 1487) 

Douglas, Duncan, milloverseer, 4 Bright street, Loehee 

Douglas, Edward, tailor, 29 Strathmartine road ; h. 87 

Douglas, George, 134 Albert street 

Douglas, James, commercial traveller, 13 Yewbank ave., Bro'ty Ferry 

Douglas, James, & Co., jute, flax, hemp, and general merchants, 2 

Baltic buildings 
Douglas, John, joiner, 37 Dundonald street 
Douglas, Matthew C, turner, 26 Forest Park road 
Douglas, M. G., of James Douglas & Co., The Elms, Longf organ 
Douglas, Samuel F. , sorting clerk and telegraphist, 15 Kirkton rd. , D'field 
Douglas & Smith, engravers, 20 Perth road 
Douglas, Thomas M. , cabinetmaker, 28 Kincardine street 
Douglas, T. K., of J. & J. Ogilvie, Tapanui, Camphillrd., Bro'ty Ferry 
Douglas, William, plumber, 14 New Inn entry 
Douglas, William, iron turner, 211 Clepington road 
Douglas, W. A., merchant, West Ward Works ; h. Idabank, Seafield 

road, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 79) 
Douglas, Mrs David, 111 Strathmartine road 
Douglas, Mrs David, grocer, 11 Thomson street 
Douglas, Mrs George, 38 Whitehall street 
Douglas, Mrs John, Thorngarth, Strathern road, West Ferry 
Douglas, Mrs M., grocer and confectioner, 34 Hospital wynd. 
Douglas, Mrs Robert, 157 Strathmartine road 
Douglas, Miss, 8 Balfour street 
Douglass, J. R., M.Inst.C.E., civil engineer, Harbour chambers; h. 22 

Magdalen Yard road (Telephone No. 2105) 
Doull, Gilbert L., commercial traveller (Glasgow), 3 Blackness crescent 
Doull, James, electrician, 12 Ireland's lane 
Dove, Mrs E. , nurse, 3 Cardean street 
Dow, Alexander, engineer, 40 Baldovan terrace 
Dow, Betsy I. , teacher, 31 Muirfield road, Downfield 
Dow, David M., clerk, 161 Strathmartine road 

Dow, Geo. L. , hairdresser, tobac'nist, 42, 44 Commercial st. ; h. 53 Mains loan 
Dow, Harry, grocer, 226 Brook st., Bro'ty Ferry (Tele. No. B.F. 217) ; 

h. 2 Gladstone terrace, Brook street, B.F. 
Dow, James, joiner, 5 Pitkerro road 
Dow, James G., upholsterer and funeral undertaker, 85 Hilltown ; h. 

23 Morgan street 



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Bow, James, woodturner, 37 Baldovan terrace 

Dow, John, ironmonger, 29 Scott street 

Dow, John, painter, 251 Hilltown ; h. 103 Strathmartine road 

Dow, John, prison warder, 12 Mid street 

Dow, John, & Co., Ltd., iron, steel, and metal merchants, reg. office, 
7 Commercial st. (Tel. Nos. 2256 and 2257; Teleg. "Nestor") ; and 
at 93 Hope st. , Glasgow ; agents for Muntz's Metal Co., Ltd. (Bir- 
mingham), metal, brass, and copper tube manufacturers ; Lambert 
Brothers (Walsall), Ltd. (Walsall), manufacturers of steam tubes 
and fittings ; E. Baylie & Co., Ltd. (Stourbridge), manufacturers 
of highest class crane chains ; D. Anderson & Sons, Ltd., Marine 
Dept. (West Hartlepool), manufacturers of Siderosthen solution for 
ships' holds, bunkers, &c. 

DOW, JOHN EWAN, & CO., merchants and manufacturers, 10 Victoria 
chambers (Telephone Nos. 457, 43; Telegrams, "Sacks") 

Dow, John & James, painters and decorators, 251 Hilltown; h. 103 
Strathmartine road 

Dow, Robert, hairdresser and tobacconist, 8 and 10 East Dock steet ; 
h. 95 Arbroath load 

Dow, William, sen. , fruit and potato merchant, Craig st. Fruitmarket, 
and 233 Overgate (Telephone No. 432 ; Telegs., "Dow, Fruiterer") ; 
h. Newton of Auchterhouse 

Dow, William, jun., fruit merchant, 18 Hawkhill 

Dow, Mrs Helen, 17 Park avenue 

Dow, Miss Catherine, 2 Blackness crescent 

Dow, Miss H., confectioner, 31^ Dundonald street 

Dowie, Rev. James, Maryfield Parish Church ; h. 37 Mains loan 

Downie, Charles, 38 Whitehall street 

Downie, Charles, warehouseman, 31 Hawkhill 

Downie, Davie, clerk, 262 Blackness road 

Downie, James, insurance agent, 6 Annfield street 

Downie, William, nurseryman, florist, and landseape gardener, Barn- 
hill Nursery, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry ; sale shop, 176 
Brook street, Bro. Ferry; h. Ye wbank cottages, Monifieth rd., B.F. 

Downie, William C, patternmaker, 37 Lilybank road 

Downie, Miss Bella, confectioner, 50 Gray street, Broughty Ferry 

Downton, Ernest, plumber, 44 Carnegie street 

Downton, Henry, tuner, 21 Mains road 

Doyle, John, wine and spirit mer. , 56 Hilltown ; h. 56 Constitution street 

Doyle, Patrick, wine and spirit merchant, 25 and 27 Murraygate; 
h. Springhill house, 9 Springhill 

Doyle, Mrs Mary Ann, Springhill house, 9 Springhill 

Draffen, George, of DrafFen & Jarvie, Limited, 1 Grosvenor terrace 

DRAFFEN & JARVIE, LTD., wholesale and retail warehousemen, 8 & 10 
Nethergate and 1, 3, and 5 Whitehall st. (Tel. No. 1877, private 
branch exchange ; Telegrams, "DrafFen") 

Draffen, John J., of Draffen & Jarvie, Limited, 9 Clarendon terrace 

Draffen, Wm. Stirling, of Draffen & Jarvie, Ltd., The Gows, Invergowrie 

Drever, Samuel, police sergeant, 321 Clepington road 

Drever, William, assistant education officer, 319 Clepington road 

Drever, William, 8 School road, Downfield 



252 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Drimmie, Mrs Allan, 55 Lochee road 

Driscall, Wilfred Lawson, clerk, 3 Blinshall street 

Driscall, Jas. B., wholesale manufactng. confectr., 1 Annfield row; h. 3 

Dron, Mrs A., Harris place, King street, Broughty Ferry 

Drummond & Co. (Aberdeen), leather and balata belting manufacturers, 

19 High street ; W. M. Peebles, agent 
Drummond, David, 1 St Johnswood terrace 

Drummond, George, butcher, 36 Dudhope street ; h 155 Alexander st. 
Drummond, George, ironturner, 128 Logie street, Lochee 
DRUMMOND, HENRY, painter and decorator, 108 Nethergate (Telephone 

No. 206) ; h. Armadale, Blackness road (Telephone No. 1629). See 

Adv. p. 23 
Drummond, Joan H., 89 Magdalen Yard road 
Drummond, John W., clerk, 340 Perth road 
Drummond, William, painter, 18 Ben vie road 
Drummond, William, carter, 186 High street, Lochee 
Drummond, Mrs W. D., 14 Strawberrybank 
Dryden, Alexander, gardener, 27 Blackness avenue 
Dryden, D. S., chemist, 113 Albert street; h. 22 Airlie place 
Dryden, James, commercial traveller, The Croft, Ninewells 
Dryden, James, millmanager, 4 M'Gill street 
Dryden, James, mechanic, 2 Baldovan terrace 
Dryden, James, hacklemaker, 14 Ogilvie's road 
Dryden, John R. , inspector of poor, collector of rates, registrar of births, 

deaths, and marriages for the parish of Monifieth, 180 Brook street, 

Broughty Ferry ; h. Abertay street, Barnhill 
Dryden, John S., fruiterer, 280 Hilltown ; h. 8 Sherbrook st., Downfield 
Dryden, William A. S., of W. E. Dryden (Telephone No. 141), 6 

Nelson terrace 
Dryden, William E. , fruit merchant and florist, 37 Victoria road (Tele- 
phone No. 141) ; h. 6 Nelson terrace 
Dryden, Mrs E., 4 Eden street 
Dryden, Mrs James, dairykeeper, 22 Step row 

Dryden, Mrs M. A., dairykeeper, 94 American Muir road, Downfield 
Drysdale, David, saddler, trunk and portmanteau maker, 6 Castle 

street ; h. 43 Seafield road 
Drysdale, James, ironturner, 13 Balfour street 
Drysdale, John, telegraphist, 6 Muirfield crescent, Downfield 
Drysdale, John, foreman, 194 Strathmartine road 

Drysdale, William, butcher, 36 Constitution street ; h. 15 Park avenue 
Drysdale, William, engineer, 13 Park avenue 

Drysdale, Miss, lady supt., Lochee Y.W.C.A., 35 High street, Lochee 
Dubber, Frederick, waiter, 5 Parker street 
Ducat, Bruce, violin teacher, 20 Constitution street 
Ducat, Harry, mill mechanic, 55 Dura street 
Ducat, James, grocer, 20 Constitution street 
Ducat, Reuben D., commercial traveller, 45 Hill street 
Ducat, William, caretaker, Stobswell Public School, Eliza street 
Ducat, William, grocer, 8 Clepington street 
Dudgeon, James, shipmaster, 174 Lochee road 
Dudgeon, Thomas, guard, 32 Bell street 



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DUDHOPE MUSEUM OF ENGINEERING, MECHANICS, PHYSIOGRAPHY, 

INDUSTRIES, AND ARCHAEOLOGY, Dudhope Park ; A. H. Millar, 

LL.D., F.S.A. (Scot.), Albert Institute, curator and secretary; 

Alexander S. Webster, sub-curator 
Dudhope Works, Douglas st. ; Wm. Fergusson & Sons, Ltd. , jute manuf rs. 
Duff, Albert J. , clothier's assistant, 5 Roslin terrace 
Duff, Alexander, clerk, 17a Wellington street 
Duff, Alexander, tramway car inspector, 11 Rosebery street 
Duff, Alexander, millworker, 62 Kemback street 
Duff, Alexander, yardsman, 7 Balgay street, Lochee 
Duff, Andrew P., lampman, 15 Annfield row 
Duff, Arthur, tenter, 138 Lochee road 
Duff, A. C, manager, 17a Wellington street 
Duff, Fred D., carting contractor, 17^ Wellington street 
Duff, James, manager, 15 Baffin street 
Duff, James, pharmacist, 31 Strathmartine road; /&. 436 Strathmartine 

road, Downfield 
Duff, James, coachpainter, 6 Elizabeth street 
Duff, John Martin, dental surgery, 27 Albert street 
Duff, Robert, of Donald Reich & Co., 28 Ward road; h. Craignordie, 

West Ferry 
Duff, Robert P., merchant, St Margarets, Camphill road, Bro'ty Ferry 
Duff, Thos., & Co., Ltd., merchs., 22 Meadowside; Jas. Robertson, secy. 
Duff, Walter A., spirit merchant, 8 Middle street and 35 Constable 

street ; h. 6 Polepark road 
Duff, Mrs John, grocer, 1 Roslin terrace 
Duff, Mrs Leanus, 28 South Tay street 
Duff, Miss M., dairykeeper and confectioner, 45 Westport 
Duff, Misses, 8 Springfield 

Dufne, Mrs, grocer, 45 Larch street ; h. 59 Dock street 
Duffin, Robert A. , commercial manager, 1 Duff street 
Duffus, David, sailmaker, 34 Victoria street 
Duffus, George, upholsterer, 28 Balfour street 
Duffus, James M. C, of J. C. Duffus & Nephew, 8 Briarwood terrace 

(Telephone No. 2232) 
Duffus, John, painter, 11 Kincardine street 
Duffus, J. C.j & Nephew, jutespinners, Garden Works, Benvie road 

(Telephone Nos. 2334 and 2335) ; and Densfield Works, North Isla 

street (Telephone Nos. 1718 and 1659) 
Duffus, Mary, certificated nurse, 34 Victoria street 
Duffus, Miss, 2 Gowrie place 

Duffy, Rev. Alex., Maxwelltown Bap. Ch.; h. 12 Muirfield cres. , D'field 
Duffy, Andrew, hairdresser, 49 Blackness road ; h. 3 Blinshall street 
Duffy, John, grocer, 12 Lawrence street 

Duffy, Joseph, wine and spirit merchant, 57 and 58 Dock street ; h. 59 
Duffy, William, prison warder, 14 Mid street 
Duffy, Mrs Thomas, 57 Lilybank road 
Duffy, Miss M., dairykeeper, 72 Hilltown ; h. 70 
Duguid, Alexander, shoemaker, 6 Peddie street 
Duguid, Alexander, blacksmith, 24 North Erskine street 
Duguid, William, compositor, 8 Park terrace 



254 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Duguid, William, moulder, 44 Annfield row 

Duguid, Mrs Charles, 5 Wolseley street 

Duke, Charles, yarnbeamer, 184 High street, Lochee 

Duke, James, police constable, 51 Dens road 

Dun, Peter, journalist, Dundee Courier ; h. 103 Magdalen Yard road 

Dunbar, George, carter, 70 Kemback street 

Dunbar, George, carpenter, 22 Erskine street 

Dunbar, Helen, underclothing and smallwares merchant, 9 Church st. 

Dunbar, James, mechanic, 172 Hawkhill 

Dunbar, James J., watchmaker and jeweller, 132 High street, Lochee 

Dunbar, John, chief booking clerk, West Station; h. 54 Magdalen Yard rd. 

Dunbar, Margaret, ladies' nurse, 35 Provost road 

Dunbar, Skene, of S. Dunbar & Co., 132 King street, Broughty Ferry 

Dunbar, S., & Co., bootmakers, 104 King street, Broughty Ferry 

Dunbar, Thomas S., merchant tailor and costumier, 5 Castle street 
(Telephone No. 2198) ; h. 1 Camperdown place, Broughty Ferry 

Dunbar, Rev. W. A., Wishart Memorial U.F. Church; h. 10 Airlie ter. 

Dunbar, Miss Jeanie M., teacher, 2 Newington terrace, Esplanade, B.F. 

Duncan, Alexander, of A. Duncan & Co., Ltd., Maulesbank, Car- 
noustie (Telephone No. C.19) 

Duncan, Alexander, butcher, 88 Dura street ; h. 16 Mains loan 

Duncan, Alexander, plumber, 14 Forest Park road 

Duncan, Alexander, joiner, 1 Melrose terrace 

Duncan, Alexander, 2 Roslin terrace 

Duncan, Alexander, boilermaker, 8 South Baffin street 

Duncan, Alexander, clerk, 157 Lochee road 

Duncan, Alexander, joiner, 47 Logie street, Lochee 

Duncan, Alexander, caretaker, 182 Strathmartine road 

Duncan, Alexander, head gardener, Dundee Training College Gardens ; 
h. Kirkton, Mains 

Duncan, Alexander, marine engineer, 35 Springhill 

Duncan, Alexander, boilermaker, 43 Hill street 

Duncan, Alexander M., grocer, 33 Stirling street 

Duncan. Alex. , & Sons, reed, camb, and heddle manuf rs. , 30 Hilltown 

Duncan, Alfred, hacklemaker, 25 Robertson street 

Duncan, Andrew, 16 Seafield road 

Duncan, A. Bethune, of Don & Duncan, Ltd., Graycraig, Rockfield cres. 

Duncan, A. B., of A. B. Duncan & Co., St Marys, Newport 

Duncan, A. B., & Co., manfg. stationers, letterpress and lithographic 
printers, bookbinders, paper-rulers, diestampers, 34 N. Lindsay st, 

DUNCAN, A., & CO., LTD., wholesale boot factors. 22 and 24 Bank street 
(Telephone No. 716; Telegrams, "Scotice"); boot stores, 21 
Murraygate (Telephone No. 716a), 119 Hawkhill, 122 Albert street, 
15 Strathmartine road, 127 Perth road (Telephone No. 713). See 
Adv. p. ii. preceding title 

Duncan, A. G., butcher, 128 Gray street, Broughty Ferry ; h. 3 Rustic 
place, Seafield road, B.F. 

Duncan, A. H., joiner, 156 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

Duncan Brothers & Co., merchants and manufacturers, 20 Panmure st. 
(Telephone No. 204; Telegrams, "Calender") 

Duncan, Catherine, fruiterer's assistant, 15 Union place 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 255 

Duncan, Charles, caretaker, Albert Institute Museum ; h. 58 Peddie st. 
Duncan, Charles William, clerk, 35 King street 
Duncan, Charles, mason, 9 Rosebery street 
Duncan, Charles, clerk, 317 Clepington road 
Duncan, Charles C, of David Duncan & Son, The Knoll, Strathern road, 

West Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 47) 
Duncan, Christian, Cedar place, Stewart street, Broughty Ferry 
Duncan, David, warehouseman, 3 Victoria crescent 
Duncan, David, calenderworker, 29 Stirling street 
Duncan, David, clerk and treasurer, Dundee Burgh Insurance Committee, 

2 Union street ; h. Parkview, Balgay road 
Duncan, David, market gardener, 509 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Duncan, David, governor, H.M. Prison, W. Bell st. ; h. 6 Dudhope pi. 
Duncan, David, enginedriver, 1 Seafield road 
Duncan, David D. , shopfitter and casemaker, 46 Cotton road (Telephone 

No. 2578) ; h. St Malo, Mains 
Duncan, David, & Son, solicitors and notaries public, 41 Reform street 

(Telephone No. 781 ; Telegrams, "Duncans, Solicitors") 
Duncan, Douglas G-., restaurateur, 33£ Hawkhill ; h. 8 Annfield street 
Duncan, Francis, shoemaker, 31 Crescent street 
Duncan, George, of Alexander Duncan & Sons, 17 Duff street 
Duncan, George, postman, 44 Cleghorn street 
Duncan, George, of George Duncan & Co., The Tower, Wormit, and 

Drumfork, Perthshire 
Duncan, George (successor to James Steel), wholesale tea merchant, 

34 Bank street ; h. 11 Bruce street 
Duncan, George, painter, 13 Rosefield street 

Duncan, George, of James R. Duncan & Son, 15 Kirkton rd., Downfield 
Duncan, George, builder, 19 Miller's wynd 
Duncan, George, joiner, 2 Grove street 

Duncan, George B. , editor, Strath view, Edward street, West Ferry 
Duncan, George, & Co. , merchants, 94 Commercial street 
Duncan, George, & Son, builders and contractors, 40 Annfield road ; 

h. 19 Miller's wynd 
Duncan, Harry, painter, 5 Annfield row 

Duncan, Helen, fruiterer, confectr., 119 High st., Lochee; h, 22Stewartst. 
Duncan, Hutchison, tenter, 16 Kinloch street 
Duncan, James, joiner, 90 Hill street 
Duncan, James, railway guard, 6 Peddie street 
Duncan, James, butcher, 84 King street ; h. 1 Lawson place 
Duncan, James, dancing teacher, Masonic Temple ; h. 17 Muirfield 

street, Downfield 
Duncan, James, powerloom tenter, 24 Baxter street 
Duncan, Jas., church-officer, Maxwelltown Baptist Ch.; h. 10 Carnegie st. 
Duncan, James, F.S.A. (Scot.), 1 Mid street 
Duncan, James, shipwright, 23 Union street 
Duncan, James, boatbuilder, 74 Hilltown 

Duncan, James, gardener, Dryburgh, Coupar Angus road, Lochee 
Duncan, James, clerk, 5 Canning street 
Duncan, James N., clerk, 12 Baxter Park terrace 
Duncan, Jas. R., retired joiner, 8 American Muir road, Downfield 



256 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Duncan, James R., & Son, joiners and cabinetmakers, 464 Strathmartine 
road, Downfield 

Duncan, James S. , porter, 74 Church street 

Duncan, James S. , slater, 31 Stirling st. ; h. 6 

Duncan, Jane F., 17 Bonnybank road 

Duncan, John, weaving overseer, 1 88 Strathmartine road 

Duncan, John, harbour porter, 7 King's road 

Duncan, John, of Donald & Duncan, Briarwood villas, Broughty Ferry 

Duncan, John, caretaker, Parish Council buildings, 9 West Bell street 

Duncan, John, clerk of works, 8 Brown Constable street 

Duncan, John, mechanic, 18 Shepherd's loan 

Duncan, John, superintendent of cleansing, 28 East Dock street 

Duncan, John, shipwright, 18 Arbroath road 

Duncan, John, cabinetmaker, Queen street, Broughty Ferry 

Duncan, John K., pawnbroker, 74, 76, 78 Cowgate ; saleroom, 131 ; h. 4 
Home terrace, Broughty Ferry 

Duncan, John M., joiner, 13 Kirkton road, Downfield 

Duncan, John W., manufacturer, Woodknowe, Camphill rd., Bro. Ferry 

Duncan, John W., calenderworker, 7 South Tay street 

Duncan, J. M., accountant, Seafield Works ; h. 3 Rockfield terrace 

Duncan, Margaret, dressmaker, 79 Strathmartine road ; k. 90 Hill st. 

Duncan, Maijory, fruiterer, 25 Constitution road (Telephone No. 1929) ; 
h. 14 Garland place 

Duncan, Mitchell, milloverseer, 360 Perth road 

Duncan, Patrick F., of David Duncan & Son, The Knoll, Strathern 
road, West Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 47) 

Duncan, Patrick J., merchant, 2 Somervillebank, Camphill rd., B. Ferry 

Duncan, Peter, watchmaker, 13 West Dock street 

Duncan, Robert, engineer, 28 Kincardine street 

Duncan, Robert, hydraulic engineman, 1 Seafield road 

Duncan, Samuel, furniture dealer, 20 King street 

Duncan, Stewart, painter, 28 Watt street 

Duncan, William, clerk, 1 Lytton street 

Duncan, W T illiam, brassfinisher, 32 Princes street 

Duncan, William, organist and teacher of music, 68 Peddie street 

Duncan, William, late passenger guard, 142 Perth road 

Duncan, William, compositor, 18 Benvie road 

Duncan, William, grocer and wine mer., 96 Hawkhill ; h. 1 Ford's lane 

Duncan, William, butcher, 100 Logie st., Lochee ; h. 42 High st., Lochee 

Duncan, William, tailor, 12 Cleghorn street 

Duncan, William, ironturner, 41 Lyon street 

Duncan, William Stewart, 221 Albert street 

Duncan, William S., clerk, Shore Dues office ; h. 312 Perth road 

Duncan, Mrs Alex. , 1 Eden street 

Duncan, Mrs C, 19 Bath street, Broughty Ferry 

Duncan, Mrs David, 3 Caenlochan villas, Strathern road, West Ferry 

Duncan, Mrs David, Bellfield, 200 Ferry road 

Duncan, Mrs J. C, 4 Pitkerro road 

Duncan, Mrs William M., wine and spirit merchant, 56 and 58 Strath- 
martine road ; h. 3 Camperdown road, Downfield 

Duncan, Mrs, 2 Beech wood terrace 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 257 

Duncan, Miss A. , confectioner, 253 Hawkhill 

Duncan, Miss Bella, blousemaker, 9 Bain square ; h. 74 Commercial st. 

Duncan, Miss B., manageress, Imperial Dining Rooms, 16 South Union 

street; h. 16 Mains loan 
Duncan, Miss H. , confectioner and stationer, 103 Church st. , Bro. Ferry- 
Duncan, Miss H. , 2 Nelson street 
Duncan, Miss, 10 Craigie terrace 

Duncan, Miss, Woodknowe, Camphill road, Broughty Ferry 
Duncan, Miss, 12 Bellefield avenue 

Duncan, Misses, drapers, 94 Annfield road ; h. 123 Blackness road 
Duncanson, A, , millmanager, Edward Street Mill ; h. 10 Milnbank road 

(Telephone No. 941) 
Duncanson, John, warehouseman, 2 Peddie street 
Dundas, David, brakesman, 1 Corso street 
Dundas, David, greengrocer, 126 Seagate 
Dundas, David, confectioner, 127 High street, Lochee 
Dundas, George, moulder, 32 Baldovan terrace 
Dundas, James, jun., clerk, 157 Lochee road 
Dundas, James, sen., engineer, 274 Blackness road 
Dundas, J. , assistant librarian, 60 Magdalen Yard road 
Dundas, Mary, confectioner, 156 High street, Lochee ; h. 127 
Dundas, William S., gas revenue collector, 4 Wedderburn street 
Dundas, Mrs David, draper, 219 Hawkhill ; h. 41 Rosefield street 
Dundee Advertiser ; John Leng & Co. , Ltd. , printers and publishers, 

7 to 25 Bank street (Telephone Nos. 655 and 656; Telegrams, "Leng") 
Dundee Aerated Water Manufacturing Company, Limited, 21 Magdalen 

Yard road ; G. G. Ewing, manager 
Dundee and Arbroath Joint Railway, secretary's office, 39 Dock street ; 

Geo. G. Hamilton, secretary. Caledonian Railway — D. W. Barrie, 

traffic supt. N.B. Railway — John Wilkie, district commercial 

supt. ; D. M 'Robbie, district operating supt., Burntisland 
Dundee Arms Restaurant, 31 High street ; James R. Guy, proprietor 
Dundee Art Society, clubrooms, 43 Nethergate ; R. R. Smith, secy. 
Dundee Bedding Company, wire mattress and bedding manufacturers, 

18 Kirk entry ; John Anderson, proprietor ; h. 64 Alexander street 
Dundee Boatshed Co., Esplanade, East end 
DUNDEE BOILER COVERING CO.. 21 North Tay street (Telephone No. 

2183). See Adv. p. 35 
DUNDEE BRATTICE CLOTH AND WATERPROOFING CO., LTD. (successors 

to Bruce & Sturrock), Regent Works, 16 Milne's East wynd. See 

adv. p. facing front board 
Dundee, Broughty Ferry, and District Tramways Company, Ltd., 4 

High street (Teleph. No. 1267) ; Edward Cowan, secretary ; works, 

Milton, Monifieth (Teleph. No. M. 24) ; George Brander, manager 
Dundee Burgh Insurance Committee, 2 Union street ; David Duncan, 

clerk and treasurer 
DUNDEE BURIAL SOCIETY, 2 Bain square. See Adv. p. 128 
Dundee Calendering Co., Limited, calenderers, 61 Cowgate; James 0. 

Adams, manager 
Dundee Canister Co., Ltd., Wallace Works, Dens road 
Dundee Carpet Works, Clepington rd. ; Marshall & Brush, manufacturers 
14 



258 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Dundee Catholic Herald, 82 Bell street ; Michael T. Hannigan, manager 

Dundee Cemetery Co. , Ltd. , Western Cemetery ; H. Robertson, super- 
intendent, secretary, and treasurer 

Dundee Central Property Co., Ltd., 2a King street; Robert Lickley, 
secretary 

Dundee Charity Organisation Society, 7 West Bell st. ; D. Fisher, agent 

Dundee Chess Club, 7 Whitehall crescent 

Dundee City Tramways, St Clement's lane ; Walter T. Young, general 
manager and engineer ; Peter Fisher, consulting engineer 

Dundee Clothing Co., tailors, 71 High street 

Dundee Combination Parish Council Office, 9 West Bell street (Telephone 
Nos. 1666, 1667); Robert Allan, inspector and clerk 

Dundee Convalescent Home, Strathmore street, Barnhill; Miss Bowman, 
matron 

Dundee Courier; D. C. Thomson & Co., Ltd., proprietors, publishers, 
and printers, Courier place, 2 Albert square (Telephone No. 545) 

Dundee Curling Club, Forfar road (Telephone No. 1923) 

Dundee Dental Hospital, 2 Park place ; hon. secretaries and treasurers, 
Alex. Tosh & Son, C.A., 11 Reform street 

Dundee and District Aerated Water Manufacturers' and Beer Bottlers' 
Defence Association, Bottle Exchange, 21 Douglas street (Tel. No. 
1485) ; David Ross, manager 

Dundee District Board of Control ; offices, West Bell street (Telephone 
Nos. 1666, 1667) 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT Co-operative Coal Supply Association, Limited ; 
office, 13 South Union street (Tel. Nos. 1236, 2001, 2261 ; Tele- 
grams, " Dundee Coal Society") ; depdts, Tay Bridge and Maryfield 
Stations, and 8 Burnside street, Lochee; Robert Martin, secretary. 
See Adv. p. 34 

Dundee and District Economic Building Societies, 38 Whitehall street ; 
James Cram & Son, secretaries 

Dundee and District Mechanical Transport Service (Northern Branch 
of the Scottish Motor Traction Co., Ltd., Edinburgh and Glasgow), 
manufacturers, agents, repairers, and motor haulage contractors ; 
office, 3 Castle street ; garage and works, Westfield avenue (Tele- 
phone No. 2761 ; Telegrams, " Transport ") 

Dundee and District Mill and Factory Operatives Union, 2 Ireland's lane 
(Telephone No. 2599) 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT Mutual Glass Insurance Assoc, Ltd., 21 Dock st. 
(Teleph. No. 2052); Chas. M. Murdoch, manager. See Adv. p. 116 

Dundee and District Rescue Home Laundry, 18 Cobden street, Lochee 
(Telephone No. 1198) 

Dundee and District Union of Jute and Flax Workers, 37 High street 
(Telephone No. 2073) 

Dundee Dock Warehousing Co., Ltd., The; D. Pirie, & Co., managers, 
37 Albert square 

DUNDEE DYE WORKS, THE, 222 Hilltown (Telephone No. 80); 
Stevenson Brothers, dyers, cleaners, carpetbeaters, and laundry 
proprietors. See Adv. p. 27 

Dundee and East of Scotland Photographic Association ; clubroom, 
Y.M.C.A. buildings 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 259 

DUNDEE EASTERN CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, LIMITED, bakers, grocers, 
butchers, and provision merchants, 1 to 7 Erskine st., 133-137 Ann st. , 
4-10 Main st., 153 Hawkhill, 8 Glebe st., 23 and 25 Milnbank road, 
65 and 67 Constitution road, 214a Perth road, 23 Peddie street, 237 
Hilltown, 14 to 18 Tannadice street, 3 Temple lane, 62 Provost road, 
2 Forfar road, 39 Benvie road ; 21 High street and 29 South road, 
Lochee ; 327 Brook street, Broughty Ferry, and 9 High street, 
Monifieth ; boot stores, 53 and 57 Victoria road, 82 Hawkhill, and 
27 High street, Lochee ; drapery, 68 and 70 Seagate ; bakery, W. 
Clepington road ; office, 70 Seagate (Telephone Nos. 409 and 411); 
manager, W. M. Crooks. See Adv. p. 2 

DUNDEE EASTERN CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, LIMITED, drapers, milliners, 
tailors, clothiers, and general house furnishers, 68 to 72 Seagate. 
See Adv. p. 2 

Dundee Electrical Stations, Dudhope Crescent road, Carolina port, 
Whorterbank (Lochee), Neish street, Docks, Walton street, Down- 
field, Brook street (Broughty Ferry) ; Harry Richardson, F.R.S.E., 
M.Inst.E.E., general manager and engineer, and consulting engi- 
neer (Telephone No. 1635) 

Dundee Eye Institution, 104 Nethergate 

Dundee Fish Market, East Camper down street (Telephone No. 527) ; 
James Walker, superintendent 

Dundee Fishing Co., Ltd., Fish dock; William D. M'Farlane, secretary 

Dundee Floorcloth and Linoleum Co., Ltd., floorcloth and linoleum 
manufacturers, South rd., Lochee; Alfred P. Peat, manag. director 

Dundee Football Club, Ltd., 4 Bain sq. ; Alexander S. Macfarlane, secy. 

Dundee Fruit, Flower, and Vegetable Market, Shore terrace 
(temporary market) (Tele. No. 1019) ; James Walker, superintendent 

Dundee Gas Commissioners ; W. M. Burke, treasurer, 89 Commercial st. 
(Telephone Nos. 335, 205, and 213 ; Telegrams, "Gas") ; gas appliance 
showroom, 20 Barrack st. ; complaints department, Irvine square 
(Telephone No. 1048) ; works, East Dock st. ; Alex. Yuill, engineer 
and manager (Telephone Nos.1867 &1868 ; Telegrams, "Hydrogen") ; 
branch office and showroom, 444 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

Dundee Hide, Skin, and Tallow Brokers' Co., Slaughterhouses (Tele- 
phone No. 514) ; Mungo & M 'Queen, factors 

Dundee Hide, Skin, and Tallow Market, Slaughterhouses, East Dock 
street (Telephone No. 2621) ; W. Murray & Son, factors 

Dundee Ice and Cold Storage Co., Ltd., Carolina port, Stannergate road 
(Telephone No. 780; Telegrams, "Ice"); James E. Baxter, 
manager and secretary 

Dundee Industrial Schools — Boys, Strathmartine road, Baldovan ; 
James Winchester, superintendent (Telephone No. D. 4). Girls, 
Blackness road (Telephone No. 2471) ; Miss Phipps, matron. 

Dundee Infant Hospital, The Lodge, Queen street, Broughty Ferry 
(Telephone No. 411) ; Miss Martin, matron 

Dundee Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb, Dudhopebank, 
165 Lochee rd. ; Robt. Hansell, headmaster ; Miss Lundie, matron 

Dundee Jute and Flax Warehousing Co. Ltd., 2 India buildings; 
Thomson, Fearns, & Co., managers 

Dundee Labour Club, Ltd., 48 Murraygate (Telephone No. 2032) 



260 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Dundee Liberal Association, 51 Reform street (Telephone No. 1872) ; 

William Smith, secretary. Lochee rooms, 117 High st., Lochee ; 

Brought} 7 Ferry rooms, 69 Gray street, Broughty Ferry 
Dundee Linen Works, 31 Constitution street; W. G. Grant & Co., 

Ltd., jute spinners and manufacturers (Telephone Nos. 493 and 494) 
Dundee Markets and Slaughterhouses, East Dock street; James A. 

Baxter, Assoc. Ryl. San. Inst., superintendent 
Dundee Meat Market Co., Ltd., auctioneers and meat salesmen, Meat 

market (Telephone No. 1383 ; Telegrams, "Sirloin") 
Dundee Mission to Adult Deaf and Dumb, Mission Hall, Dudhope Park 

(Telephone No. 2811); W. S. Wright, missioner and secretary; 

h. 4 Rankine street 
Dundee Mission to the Out-door Blind, 23 Castle street ; Andrew J. 

Maltman, mission supt. ; h. 365 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Dundee Motor Cycle Co., 160 Nethergate 
Dundee and Newtyle Railway Co., 5 Bank street; Sir Herbert K. 

Ogilvy, Bart., W.S., secretary 
Dundee Operative Painters' Assocition, 14 New Inn entry; John 

Kenneth, secretary 
Dundee Orphan Institution, 133 Ferry road ; Thomas A. Leighton, 

governor 
DUNDEE, PERTH, & LONDON SHIPPING CO., LTD., 26 East Dock street 

(Telephone No. 2521); Ralph C. Cowper, general manager. See 

Adv., page xix., preceding title 
Dundee Police and Water Treasurer's Office, 95 Commercial street ; 

Alexander W. Stiven, C.A., treasurer and collector 
Dundee Prices Current and Trade Report; J. W. Warden & Co., 12 

Panmure street, proprietors (Telegrams. " Wardenry ") 
Dundee Printers Limited, printers and stationers, 12 Victoria road ; 

John Muir, secretary 
Dundee Produce Co., butter and cheese importers and ham curers, 

13 Barrack street (Telephone No. 738 ; Telegrams, " Robfloy ") 
Dundee Professional and Business Women's Club (S.G.F.S.) 28 Ward 

road ; Miss MacLearnan, superintendent 
Dundee Property Reversionary Co., Ltd., 11 Whitehall street ; W. B. 

Dickie & Sons, secretaries 
DUNDEE PUBLIC BATHS AND WASH-HOUSES, West Protection Wall ; 

Walter M'Gregor, general superintendent. See Adv. p. 1. 
Dundee Public Warehouse, 9 Meadow Place buildings ; T. S. Ross & Co., 

managers 
DUNDEE ROYAL INFIRMARY, Barrack road; H. E. Fraser, M.D., 

medical superintendent. See Adv. p. 140 
Dundee Sailors' Home, 62 Dock street; Mrs Ritchie M'Lean, lady 

superintendent 
DUNDEE SAND AND LIGHTERAGE CO., LTD., 21 Dock street (Telephone 

No. 2052) ; Chas. M. Murdoch, manager. See Adv. p. 20 
Dundee Savings Bank, 2 Euclid street, Archibald W. Sturrock, 

actuary ; Vaness C. Baird, cashier ; John Dye, accountant ; Hill- 
town branch, 1 Stirling street ; Eastern branch, 146 Princes street ; 

Western branch, 181 Hawkhill ; Lochee branch, 55 High street, 

Lochee ; Broughty Ferry branch, 84 Fort street, B.F. 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 261 

Dundee Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., The, shipbuilders, and ship and engine 

repairers, Panmure shipyard, Marine parade (Telephone No. 84) ; 

Edward B. Watson, manager ; h. 7 Duntrune terrace, West Ferry 

(Telephone No. B.F, 75) 
Dundee Sick Poor Nursing Society, Caird Home, 41 Magdalen Yard 

road ; Miss Milne, superintendent 
Dundee Spinning Co., Ltd., jutespinners, 14 Milne's East wynd 
Dundee Steam Forge, 64Brownst. ; Jas. Carmichael & Co. , Ltd. , engineers 
DUNDEE STEAM LAUNDRY CO., LTD., Tait's lane; David Don, C.A., 

secretary; registered office, 2 Union street. See Adv. p. 104 
Dundee Steam Trawling Co. , Ld. , Fish dock ; Wm. High, managing director 
Dundee Stock Exchange Assoc. , 1 Royal Exch. pi. ; F. Airth Grant, sec. 
Dundee Supply Co., Ltd., Italian warehousemen and wine mers., 80 to 84 

Commercial street (Telephone Nos. 329, 330; Telegrams, "Supply") 
Dundee Tar Distillation Works, Stannergate road 
Dundee Temperance Society & Gospel Tempce. Union, Y.M.C.A. bldgs. 
Dundee Unionist Association ; hon. secretary, Henry S. Glenny, 34 

Reform st. (Telephone No. 730) ; hon. treasurer, John L. Stevenson, 

46 Reform street (Telephone No. 765) 
Dundee Warehousing Co., 8 Panmure st.; W. F. Soutar & Co., managers 
Dundee Water Commissioners, treasurer's office, 95 Commercial st. ; 

Alex. W. Stiven, C.A., treasurer. Water engineer's office, 93 Com- 
mercial street ; G. S. Baxter, C.E., engineer and manager; works 

office, 12 Ward road 
Dundee Weekly News, Courier pi. , 2 Albert sq. ; D. C. Thomson & Co. , Ld. 
Dundee Women's Hospital and Nursing Home, Elliot road, Blackness 

road ; Miss Clark, matron 
Dunkeld Diocesan Catholic Insur. Soc, 41 Reform st.; Jas. Dolan, secy. 
Dunlevy, John, yarn bundler, 2 Easson's angle 
Dunlop, Alexander, powerloom tenter, 104 Rosebank street 
Dunlop, John, engineer and blacksmith, 25 Rosebank st. ; h. 24 Garland pi. 
Dunn, Alexander, dairyman, 325 Clepington road 

Dunn, Alexander, spirit merchant, 94 Blackscroft; h. 325 Clepington rd. 
Dnnn, Andrew, general dealer, 5 Hunter street 
Dunn, Benjamin, 36 North Lindsay street 

Dunn, David, clerk, Edward place, Camperdown street, Broughty Ferry 
Dunn, George, lodgekeeper, 6 Grove street 

Dunn, George B., millmanager, 294 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Dunn, James, printer, 30 Ure street 
Dunn, James, grocer and wine merchant, 93 Church street, Broughty 

Ferry ; h. 5 James place, B.F. 
Dunn, John, B.Sc, F.E.I.S., science master, Morgan Academy; h. 

297 Clepington road 
Dunn, John, postman, 31 Rosefield street 
Dunn, Robert, 47 Princes street 
Dunn, Thomas, district manager, Royal Liver Friendly Society, 31 

Murraygate ; h, 21 Lintrathen gardens 
Dunn, T. Delgaty, art master, 1 Lawside road 
Dunn, William, of Melville, Dunn, & Co., Kinbrae, Newport 
Dunn, William, mechanic, 5 Malcolm street 
Dunn, William, tenter, 57 Ure street 



262 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Dunn, Mrs Catherine, 8 Benvie road 

Dunn, Mrs James, confectioner, 3a Tannadice street 

Dunn, Mrs R. , 43 Erskine street 

Dunn, Miss, 11 Park place, Ancrum road 

Dunnet, David, M.P.S., chemist and optician, 215 Brook street, 

Broughty Ferry (Telephone B.F. 243) 
Dunnet, John, engineer, 20 Baxter Park terrace 
Dunning, Mrs Mary Ann, confectioner, 477 Strathmartine road, 

Downfield ; h. 8 Rosebank street 
Dunsmore, Mrs, 5 Taymouth place, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 
Dura Works, Dura street ; James Scott & Sons, Ltd. , manufacturers 
Durand, Rev. Richard, St Joseph's R.C. Church ; h. 42 Wilkie's lane 
DURHAM, JOHN, & SON, printers and bookbinders, 11, 13, and 19 Overgate 
Durie, James P., clerk, 15 Park avenue 
Durkie, David, baker, 78 and 80 Dura street, 56 Ann street, 37 Cowgate, 

18 Dudhope Crescent road, and 247 Lochee road 
Durkie, David, jun., baker, 12 Hawkhill and 215 Hilltown; h. Hazel- 
dene, Blackness avenue 
Durkie, James D., baker, Eikrud, 47 Pitkerro road 
Durkie, James D., baker and confectioner, 137 Hilltown (Telephone 

No. 1959) ; h 139 
Durkie, Jame3 D., baker, 78 and 80 Dura street, 56 Ann street, 18 

Dudhope Crescent road, and 247 Lochee road ; h. 47 Pitkerro road 
Durkie, Mrs, 137 Ferry road 
Durward, James, joiner, 37 Wilkie's lane 
Durward, John Y., machineman, 18 Arbroath road 
Dustan, Mrs W., apartments, 74 Commercial street 
Dutch, George, 44 Seafield road 
Dutch, William, joiner, 51 Crescent street 
Duthie, Alexander, guard, 10 West Dock street 
Duthie, David, confectioner, 2 Muirton road, Lochee 
Duthie, James S. , timekeeper, 41 Cobden street, Lochee 
Duthie, William, nightwatchman, 3 Cox street, Downfield 
Duthie, Mrs William, grocer and dairykeeper, 14 Hill street ; h. 12 
Duthie, Mrs, wine and spirit merchant, 24 North Tay street; h. Gilmour- 

bank, Seafield road, Broughty Ferry 
Duthie, Miss, milliner, 84 High street, Lochee ; h. 80a 
Duval Confections Co., Ltd., The, makers of chocolates and high-class 

confections, 73 Murraygate ; works, 33 St Andrew's street 
Dwyer, Benjamin, ironmoulder, 11 Blackness street 
Dyass, Mrs H., 140 Lochee road 

Dye, David, chimneysweeper and slater, 200 Perth road 
Dye, George, chimneysweeper, 15 Hilltown 
Dye, John, accountant, Dundee Savings Bank ; h. Elmbank, Claypots 

road, Broughty Ferry 
Dye, John, calenderworker, 129 Hawkhill 
Dye, William, chimneysweeper, 145 Blackscroft 
Dye, William, of W. & D. Dye, 107 Albert street 
Dye, W. & D., slaters and chimneysweepers, 107 Albert street 
Dyer, Alexander H., clerk, 37 High street, Lochee 
Dyer, Thomas, overseer, Bridge cottage, Dundee road, West Ferry 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 263 

Dykes, John, stationmaster, Lochee West Stu. ; li. 9 Fyffe's lane, Lochee 
Dysart, George, millforeman, 157 South road, Lochee 
Dysart, Mrs Jane, 14 Brown Constable street 

Eadie, John E. , manager, Maxwelltown "Works ; h. 298 Strathmartine 
road, Downfield 

EAGLE, STAR, AND BRITISH DOMINIONS INSURANCE COMPANY, LTD., 
13 Panmure street (Telephone No. 670 ; Telegrams, " Domaiico ") ; 
Arthur W. Smith, branch manager. See Adv. p. xxiii. preceding title 

Easson, David, draper, 60 Wellgate ; h. Inverythan, Wormit 

Easson, E., draper, 14 Baxter Park terrace 

Easson, George G., bandsman, 17 Blackness street 

Easson, John R., dockgateman, 108 Rosebank street 

Easson, John, & Son, cork manufacturers, 28 Barrack street 

Easson, Robert, & Sons, millers and grain merchants, 196 and 200 King 
street, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 92) 

Easson, William, clerk, 2 Buchanan street 

Easson, Mrs David, spiritdealer, 166 Overgate ; h. 30 Milnbank road 

Easson, Miss Helen, tobacconist and confectioner, 65 Gellatly street ; 
h. 45 Commercial street 

Easson, Miss N., 45 Commercial street 

Easson, Miss, confectioner, 206 Lochee road ; h. 204 

Easson, Miss, Heathbank cottage, Hamilton street, Barnhill 

East, Albert (furniture manufacturer, Lochee), Hill Rise, Farington 
street (Telephone No. 1595) 

East Brothers, Ltd., wholesale furniture manufacturers and upholsterers, 
Lochee Cabinet Works, South road (Telephone No. 664) 

East Coast Wrecking Co., Ltd., salvage contractors, 39 Dock street 
(Telephone No. 9; Telegrams, "Mitchell") 

East, Francis, & Co., Ltd., manufacturers of chairs, tables, parlour, 
dining-room, drawing-room, bedroom, and kitchen furniture, sani- 
tary woodware, upholsterers, timber merchants, sawmillers ; Mary- 
field Works, Clepington road (Teleph. No. 328 ; Telegrams, "East") 

East Port Works Co., linen, cotton, and jute manufacturers, finishers, 
and sack sewers, 100 Cowgate (Telephone No. 588 ; Telegrams, 
"Eastport") 

East of Scotland Agricultural Co-operative Society, Ltd., seed, grain, 
hay, manure, and feeding stuffs and potato merchants, office and 
stores, 21 North Tay street ; A. S. MacCallum, manager 

East of Scotland Agricultural Co-op. Society, Ltd., 21 North Tay street 

East, Miss Gertrude, 2 St Johnswood terrace 

Eastern Club, 3 Albert sq. (Telephone No. 598) ; Miss Miller, manageress 

Eastern Telegraph Co. Ltd. (telegrams to India, Far East, Australia, 
South America), 50 Bell street ; T. W. Smith, manager 

Easton, Alexander, plumber, 128 Logie street, Lochee 

Easton, David, bootmaker, 58 Lochee road 

Easton, James S., market gardener, 10 M'Lean street, Downfield 

Easton, John, shoemaker, 105 Rosebery street, Lochee 

Economic Drapery and Furnishing Stores, 81 Overgate 

Edgar, John, M.A., F.S.A., lecturer on education, University College; 
h. East Scores, St Andrews 



264 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Edgar, Peter, chauffeur, North wood garage, Grove road, West Ferry 

EDINBURGH ASSURANCE CO., Ltd., 29 Panmure street (Telephone No. 

2802; Telegrams, "Indisputable"); G. G. Blackwood, M.C., 

F.F.A., resident secretary. See Adv. p. 116 
Edison-Swan Electric Co., Ltd., 38 Nethergate (Telephone No. 2545; 

Telegrams, " Ediswan" ) 
Edmonds, David M. , gas stoker, 24 North Erskine street 
Edmonds, James, tailor, 3 Louise terrace, Grove road, West Ferry 
Edmondstone, Mrs James, 164 Lochee road 
Ednie, Andrew W. , engineer, 258 Blackness road 
Ednie, John, gardener, The Lodge, Glamis house, Perth road 
Ednie & Mann, Misses, drapers, milliners, dressmakers, 172 Hilltown 
Ednie, Robert, police constable, 31 Cleghorn street 
Ednie, Miss J., of Ednie & Mann, St Ignace, 10 Nevill street, Downfield 
Edward, A. Lindsay, outdoor assist, insp. of poor, 244 Clepington road 
Edward, David, stationer and bookseller, 205 Perth road ; h. 207 
Edward, David, calender worker, 12 Cobden street, Lochee 
Edward, Frank, railway guard, 51 Taylor's lane 
Edward, George C. , draper, 69 Church street, Broughty Ferry 
Edward, James, mechanic, 17 Step row 
Edward, James A., 9 Madeira street 
Edward, John, assurance agent, 12 North Ellen street 
Edward, John, traveller, 87 Albert street 
Edward, John, postman, 45 Benvie road 

Edward Street Mills; John Sharp & Sons, Ltd., jute spinners & manufrs. 
Edward & Sutherland, joiners and horticultural builders, 4 Well road 
Edward, William A., accountant, 11 Whitehall street 
Edward, W. S. , proprietor, Tivoli Theatre, Bonny bank road ; 

h. Fermata, Adelaide place 
Edward, Mrs Alexander, Westfield house, Westfield road, West Ferry 
Edward, Miss, 9 Madeira street 

Edwards, David, insurance agent, 14 Thomson street 
Edwards, David, compositor, 42 Scott street 
Edwards, David, jun., engineer, 6 Nelson street 
Edwards, David C., hairdresser, 9 Clepington st. ; h. 47 Dens road 
Edwards, David D., clerk, 8 Arthurstone terrace 
Edwards' Dental Rooms, 43 Nethergate 
Edwards, D. & W., aerated water manufacturers, Camperdown street, 

Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 200) 
Edwards, Frank K. , butcher, 246 Blackness road 
Edwards, George, teacher, 26 Forfar road 

Edwards, George, caretaker, Gilfillan Memorial Church, Whitehall st. 
Edwards, Henry, harbour porter, 2 Craigie street 
Edwards, James, police constable, 4 Gardner street 
Edwards, William, church-officer, Logie Parish Church ; h. 29 Scott st. 
Edwards, Mrs Ann, confectioner, 43 Cowgate 
Edwards, Mrs David, 174 Seagate 

Edwards, Mrs David, Edward place, Camperdown street, Bro. Ferry 
Edwards, Mrs James, 4 Morgan street 
Edwards, Mrs J. H., 14 Paton's lane 
Edwards, Mrs William, Edward place, Camperdown st.,, Bro'ty Ferry 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 265 

Egau, Benet, clothier's manager, 12 Paton's lane 

Egan, Margaret, greengrocer, 71 Brook street 

Eggo, E. J. , 9 Newington terrace, Esplanade, Broughty Ferry 

Eggo, Mrs George A., 1 Bellefield avenue 

Elder, Alexander, baker, 33 South road, Lochee, and 30 Dudhope street 

Elder, Alexander, baker and confectioner, 163 High street, Lochee. 

Elder & Anderson, drapers, 185a Perth road; h. 25 Scott street 

Elder, Charles, stereotyper, 281 Hawkhill 

Elder, George, storekeeper, 20 Mid street 

Elder, George, agent, Royal Bank of Scotland, 288 Brook street, 
Broughty Ferry ; h. Bank house 

Elder, James, coaldealer, 12 Lowden's alley 

Elder, James, draper, 1 Lowden's alley 

Elder, Jane, teacher, 3 Park terrace 

Elder, Magnus, auctioneer and meat salesman, Meat Market (Telephone 
No. 534; Telegrams, "Bullock"); h. 109 Arbroath road 

Elder, M. & J., stationers and tobacconists, 33 Strathmartine road; 
h. 7 Parker street 

Elder, Robert, clerk, 4 Baxter Park terrace 

Elder, Thomas, baker, 11a Bank street, Lochee 

Elder, Mrs Christina, 61 Reform street 

Elder, Mrs David, confectioner, 180 High street, Lochee 

Elder, Mrs James, 174 South road, Lochee 

Elder, Mrs John, 18 Muirton road, Lochee 

Elder, Mrs Mary, 10 Lawrence street 

Elder, Mrs, 1 Argyle terrace, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

Elder, Miss, teacher, 15 Seymour street 

Elder, Miss, 4 Adelaide terrace 

Electric Theatre, 122 Nethergate ; John Pennycook, manager 

Elgood, William Alsager, sub-agent, British Linen Bank, 35 Murray- 
gate ; h. 1 Melville terrace 

Elliot, Alexander, 8 Coupar Angus road, Lochee 

Elliot, Alexander, & Son, wine merchants, 123 High street, Lochee 

Elliot, Andrew, brassfinisher, 2 North Wellington street 

Elliot, James, carter, 16 North Ellen street 

Elliot, John O., of Alex. Elliot & Son, Abercromby villa, Coupar Angus 
road, Lochee 

Elliot, Mrs Alexander, 8 Coupar Angus road, Lochee 

Elliot, Mrs E., babylinen outfitter, 46 Union street; h. Erigmore, 
Dalhousie road, Barnhill 

Elliott, Frederick A., 89 Magdalen green 

Ellis, David Lyall, gas treasurer's department ; h. Broombank, Camp- 
hill road, Broughty Ferry 

Ellis, James, foreman blacksmith, 18 Baxter Park terrace 

Ellis, James, mason, 13 Clepington street 

Ellis, James, lodge porter, 27 Rosefield street 

Ellis, Jas. C, clerk of works, Broombank, Camphill road, Bro'ty Ferry 

Ellis, Marv, laundress, Briarbank, Camphill road, Broughty Ferry 

Ellis, William, 28 Cleghorn street 

Ellison, Wallace, manager (Stevenson Bros., Ltd.), 17 Park rd., Downfield 
Elrick, George, sailmaker, 46 Arthurstone terrace 

14a 



266 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Elvin, John, boot repairer, 1b Cardean street ; h. 341 Clepington road 

Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Limited, The, 33 Commercial 

street; W. C. Nairn, district manager 
Employment Exchange, Ministry of Labour, 54 and 55 Dock street ; 

J. M. Graham, manager ; T. B. Menzies, deputy manager 
Employment Office (branch) and Unemployment Insurance (Ministry of 

Labour), 293 Brook street, Broughty Ferry ; R. Henderson Smith, 

branch manager 
EMPRESS HYGIENIC LAUNDRY, 79 Rosebank street (Telephone No. 440) ; 

Stevenson Brothers, Ltd., proprietors. See Adv. p. 27 
Emslie, Alexander, lorrydriver, 30 Long wynd 
Emslie, George, postman, 11 Fleuchar street 

Emslie, John, fruiterer, 457 Strathmartine road, Downfield ; h. 469 
Emslie, J. F., & Co., merchants, 49 Meadowside 
Emslie, William, police constable, 10 Blinshall street 
England, Richard, milloverseer, 14 Forest Park road 
England, Thomas, 27 Morgan street 
English Margarine Works (1919), Ltd., 34 Bell street (Telephone No. 

2780; Telegrams, " Britomargarine ") 
Erentz, Harry, wine and spirit merchant, 27 Barrack st. ; h. 8a King st. 
Erskine, Annie, 280 Perth road 
Erskine, David, bootmaker, 174 Brook street, Broughty Ferry ; 

h. 2 Gladstone terrace, Brook street, B.F. 
Erskine, Mrs James B. , 2 Baxter Park terrace 
Esplain, Arthur, compositor, 18 Bellefield avenue 
ESPLIN & CLARE, property and insurance agents, and valuators, 14 

Cowgate (Telephone No. 203). See Adv. p. 107 
Esplin, James, water inspector, 2 Russell street 
Esplin, William, foreman, 22 Catherine street 
Esplin, W. C, ship's clerk and timekeeper, 79 Blackscroft 
Esposito, Luigi, confectioner, 7 Peddie street ; h. 12 Pennycook lane 
Esson, John S. , storeworker, 22 Constitution street 
Esthonia, Consul for — B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 
Evans, Mrs, broker, 14 Cherryfield lane ; h. 7 
Evening Telegraph & Post, Courier place, 2 Albert sq. ; D. C. Thomson 

& Co. , Ltd. , publishers 
Evlin, John, boot repairer, 341 Clepington road 
Ewan, Alfred A., ironmonger, 13 Pitkerro road 
Ewan, Andrew, electrician, 34 Wolseley street 
Ewan, William, gardener, 17 Bright street, Lochee 
Ewan, Mrs Alexander, house proprietrix, 2 Dalhousie terrace 
Ewan, Mrs F. M., Jessiman terrace, Forthill road, Broughty Ferry 
Ewart, Alexander T., manager, 3 Cardean street 
Ewen, Charles, retired insurance agent, 2 Strawberrybank 
Ewen, Fred, motordriver, 3 Fyffe street 
Ewen, Harry H., ironmoulder, 26 Union place 
Ewen, John, slater, 80 Ward road 
Ewen, Robert, milloverseer, 13 Balfour street 
Ewing, A., draper, Whitehall House, 2 Whitehall street; milliner, 33 

and 35 Wellgate, 77 and 79 Ann street ; h. 8a Nelson street 
Ewing, George, painter, 13 Lawson place 






GENERAL DIRECTORY. 267 

Ewing, George G., manager, Dundee Aerated Water Co., Ltd. ; h. 21 

Magdalen Yard road 
Ewing, Thos. B., 2 Argyle terrace, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Ewing, Mrs David, 3 Dalhousie terrace 
Ewing, Mrs J. F. , Taygrove, 372 Perth road 
EXCELSIOR COLLEGE, 94 Commercial street (Telephone No. 1626) ; 

Evelyn Bruce, A. C.T.S. (Inc.), C.E.T.D., principal. See Adv. p. 133 

Fagan, Peter, broker, 86 Overgate ; li. 82 

Fahy, Rev. MichaelJ., St Andrew's R.C. Pro-Cathedral, 150Nethergate 

Fahy, Patrick, licensed grocer, 1 Tannadice street ; h. 9 Springhill 

Faichen, Mrs Annie, grocer and confectioner, 229 Blackness road 

Fair, Alexander R., wood carver and modeller, 21 North Tay street 

Fair, William G., 12 Shamrock street (Telephone No. 190) 

Fair, Mrs Jane, wine, spirit mer., 64, 66 Ferry rd. ; h. 15 Maryfield ter. 

Fair, Mrs John, grocer and spirit merchant, 96 and 98 King street 

(Telephone No. 1948) ; h. 12 Shamrock street 
Fairbairn, Lawson, Combe, Barbour, Ltd., Combe-Barbour branch, 

Belfast; agent, William M. Bell, 2 Baltic buildings 
Fairbairn, Lawson, Combe, Barbour, Ltd., Lawson branch, Hope Foundry. 
Leeds; agent, T. M. Peters, 1 Panmure terrace (Telephone No. 1616) 
Fairbairn, Leeds, branch of Fairbairn, Lawson, Combe, Barbour, 

office, 10 Panmure street ; William Brown, agent 
Fairful, David, clerk, 53 Taylor's lane 
Fairful, Mrs, 304 Perth road 

Fairley, W. J., draper, 86 Princes street; h. 11 Baxter Park terrace 
Fairley, Mrs John, cowfeeder, 168 Arbroath road 

Fairley, Mrs Peter, wine and spirit mercht. , 43 Ann st. ; h. 19 Forfar road 
Fairley, Miss B., milliner, 153 Brook street ; h. 15 Maryfield terrace 
Fairlie, John, church-officer, St Paul's U.F. Church ; h. 145 Overgate 
Fairlie, Margaret, M.B., Ch.B., medical practitioner, 170 Nethergate 
Fairlie, William, dairyman, 12 Balfour street 

Fairney, James, fruiterer and confectioner, 187 Lochee road ; h. 179 
Fairweather, Adam, hairdresser, 6 Arthurstone terrace ; h. 14 
Fairweather, Alexander, clerk, 74 Watson street 
Fairweather, Alfred, stationer, 276 Hawkhill ; h. 35 Tait's lane 
Fairweather, Alfred, engineer, 40 Lilybank road 

Fairweather, Alfred J., stampcutter and woodcarver, Strathtay cot- 
tages, Ramsay park, Broughty Ferry 
Fairweather, Arthur W. , ironturner, 69 Dens road 
Fairweather, Charles, baker, 62 Church street 
Fairweather, David, clerk, 30 Balfour street 
Fairweather, David, carter, 49 Victoria street 
Fairweather, David, mattressmaker, 26 Union place 
Fairweather, David C, clubmaster, 61 Reform street 
Fairweather, D. G., of Fairweather & Sivewright, 2 Bellfield street 
Fairweather, Francis A. , teller, Union Bank ; h. 9 Muirfield street 
Fairweather, Frank H., resident inspector, Guardian Assurance Co., 

Ltd. ; h. 7 St Phillan's place, Newport 
Fairweather, James, baker, 5 Stirling street 
Fairweather, Jas., gardener, Airlie Park lodge, Dundee road, W, Ferry 



268 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Fairweather, John, 246 Perth road 

Fairweather, John, plumber, 32^ King street 

Fairweather, John, cashier, 246 Perth road 

Fairweather, John S., merchant, 9a Ward road ; h. Elms, Meigle 

Fairweather, J. B., produce merchant, 127 Cowgate ; h. 21 Forfar road 

Fairweather, Leonard Grahame, manager, 57 Elm street 

Fairweather, Norman Lindsay, 7 Tofthill, Lochee 

Fairweather, R. W. , lodgings, 32 J King street 

Fairweather & Sivewright, tobacconists and stationers, 17lA Hawkhill 

Fairweather & Sons, tobacco manufacturers, 108 Seagate (Telephone 

No. 508 ; Telegrams, " Tobacco ") 
Fairweather, Wm., joiner, Strathtay cottages, Ramsaypark, Bro. Ferry 
Fairweather, W. W, of Fairweather & Sons, Invercraig, Albany road, 

West Ferry 
Fairweather, Mrs A., apartments, 60 Seafield road 
Fairweather, Mrs A., fruiterer and confectioner, 58 Dudhope street 
Fairweather, Mrs E. G., 3 Constitution road 
Fairweather, Mrs Helen, wine and spirit merchant, 37 Princes street ; 

h. Gladstone cottage, 1 Forfar road 
Fairweather, Mrs James, 14 Gardner street 

Fairweather, Mrs John, Strathtay cottages, Ramsaypark, Bro. Ferry 
Fairweather, Miss, 552 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Fairweather, Miss, shorthand writer, 105b Nethergate 
Fairweather, tobacco manufacturer, 61 Murraygate 
FALCONER, C. M., & CO., manufacturers and ropemakers, 38 Castle street. 

See Adv. p. 94 
Falconer, James B., of Andrew Ogilvie & Co., Hillpark, East Newport 

(Telephone No. N.44) 
Falconer, John, police constable, 9 Blyth place, City road 
Falconer, John, tramway foreman, 25 St Peter street 
Falconer, John, grocer, 10 Barrack street ; h. 6 Lawrence street 
Falconer, John G. , commercial traveller, Hospital street 
Falconer, Robert C., clerk, Gas Office; h. Gordon street, Barnhill 
Falconer, Sidney M., of Andrew Ogilvie & Co., 5 Tay terrace, East 

Newport (Telephone No. N.119) 
Falconer, Mrs Jeanie, 178 Lochee road 

Falconer, Mrs William, wine, spirit mer., 17 Constable st. ; h. 3 Duff st. 
Falconer, Miss Helen, professional apartments, 32 Seagate 
Falconer, Miss M., 327 Clepington road 
Falconer, Miss, 26 Seafield road 
Falconer, Misses, 142 Nethergate 
Fallan, John, boiler scaler, 76 Watson street 
Farfor, Mrs, May cottage, Seafield road, Broughty Ferry 
Fargie, James H., H.M. Customs and Excise, Customhouse; h. 42 

Durham street, Monifieth 
Fargie, Miss, Ashburn place, Claypots road, West Ferry 
Farley, John, wine and spirit mer. , 91 High st., Lochee ; h. 36 Rankine st. 
Farley, Thomas, hairdresser and perfumer, 32 Overgate 
Farmer, Alexander, 10 Ferguson street 
Farmer, David, mechanic, 15 Union place 
Farmer, James, storeman, 26 Pitfour street 



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Farmer, John, joiner, 35 Provost road 

Farmer, John, foreman, 287 Hilltown 

Farningham, James, late enginedriver, 12 Parker street 

Farningham, James, electrician, 27 Park avenue 

Farquhar, Alexander, metal refiner, 26 Bell Street lane 

Farquhar, George, warehouseman, 133 Victoria road 

Farquhar, John Jamieson, 12 Jedburgh road 

Farquhar, Joseph, commission agent, 72 Bell street 

Farquhar, Robert, 9 Airlie terrace 

Farquhar, Miss H., confectioner, 109 Ann street 

Farquharson, Alexander R., fireman, 18 Arthurstone terrace 

Farquharson, David, confectioner, 2 Ogilvie's road 

Farquharson, David, mechanic, 4 Lawrence street 

Farquharson, David Burns, plumber, 296 Perth road 

Farquharson, Geo. G. , of John Farquharson & Sons, Rowanbank, Wormit 

Farquharson, James, plumber and heating engineer, 95 Fort street, 
Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 240) ; and at Monifieth and 
Carnoustie ; h. Haricot, Green lane, High street, Carnoustie 

Farquharson, James, railway police constable, 22 North Erskine street 

Farquharson, James, clerk, 47 Erskine street 

Farquharson, James, head postman, 158 St Vincent st., Broughty Ferry 

Farquharson, Jessie, confectioner, 7 Constitution street ; h. 2 Ogilvie's 
road 

Farquharson, John, tenter, 6 Cardean street 

Farquharson, John, of John Farquharson & Sons, 2 Willison street 

Farquharson, John, & Son, plumbers and gasfitters, 151 Perth road ; 
Mrs D. M. Farquharson, sole proprietrix 

FARQUHARSON, JOHN, & SONS, registered plumbers, brassfounders, gas- 
fitters, and bellhangers, 38 and 44 Barrack street (Teleph. No. 770), 
Wormit, and at 4 Castle road, Tayport (Teleph. No. T.34). See 
Adv. p. 21 

Farquharson, Joseph Gibson, of Gibson, Farquharson, & Co., 8 Inver- 
mark terrace, Barnhill 

Farquharson, M. , West End Millinery Establishment, 126 Nethergate 
(Telephone No. 1696) ; h. Yardley, Carnoustie 

Farquharson, Thos., of Gibson, Farquharson, & Co., Abercraig, Dundee 
rd., W. Ferry (Teleph. No. B.F. 89 ; Telegs., " Gibson, Dundee") 

Farquharson, Wm., housef actor and insurance agent, 26 Castle street 

Farquharson, Mrs Alexander, 33 Cleghorn street 

Farquharson, Mrs D. M., 153a Perth road 

Farquharson, Mrs Finlay, 93 Commercial street 

Farquharson, Mrs John, laundress, 21 Step row 

Farquharson, Miss, Forthill, Hill street, Broughty Ferry 

Farquharson, Misses, 3 Scotswood terrace 

Farr, H. } of D. Glass Scott & H. Farr, 30 South Tay street 

Farrall, William, loftsman, 5 American Muir road, Downfield 

Farrell, Gerald A., hairdresser, 205 Hilltown; h. 57 North Wellington st. 

Farrell, James, pawnbroker, 19-33 Brook street ; h. 24 Rankine street 

Farrell, Mrs M., 3 Blackness avenue 

Farrow, Thomas, engineer, 71 Dens road 

Farrow's Bank, Ltd., 11 High street ; Alexander Brown, manager 



270 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Faulds, Alexander J., representative, Lion Foundry Co., Ltd., Kirkin- 
tilloch ; h. 15 Bellefield avenue 
Fawns, Alexander, hairdresser, 286 Hilltown ; h. 54 Dudhope street 
Fawns, David, jun., hairdresser, 78 Annfield rd.; h. 46 Logie st.,Lochee 
Fawns, George, hairdresser, 157 South road, Lochee 
Fawns, James, mason, 12 Cobden street, Lochee 
Fawns, Joseph, hairdresser, 8 Bank street, Lochee; h. 11a 
Fawns, Thomas, chauffeur, Dryburgh lodge, Coupar Angus rd., Lochee 
Fearns, George, colliery agent, 3 Roslin terrace 

Fearns, Jas., of Thomson, Fearns, & Co. , Ferncroft, Panmure ter.,Barnhill 
Fearns, Robert, grocer's manager, 89 Arbroath road 
Fearns, Miss, Gowrie cottage, Hamilton street, Barnhill 
Feathers, George F., jute merchant, Duntaw, Perth road (Telephone 

No. 1769; Telegrams, "Feathers"; Exchange Box No. 53) 
Feathers, James, retired optician, The Rowans, Barnhill 
Feathers, J. Murray, flax salesman, 4 Hermitage ter., Camphill rd., B.F. 
Feathers, Peter, 5 Woodville place 
Fegen, Adam B. , 2 Bright street, Lochee 

Fehrenbach, C. J., watchmaker and jeweller, 24 Murraygate; h. Rose- 
lea, Seafield road, Broughty Ferry 
Fehrenbach, C. J., jun., jeweller, 8 Paton's lane 

Feldman, E. , cap manufacturer, 95 Overgate ; h. 36 North Lindsay st. 
Feldman, George, of George Feldman & Son, 7 Airlie terrace 
FELDMAN, GEORGE, & SON, jute goods manufacturers and sack 
manufacturers, Falcon Factory, 6 and 8 Johnston's lane, Westport 
(Telephone No. 2828 ; Telegrams, " Feldmanus "). See Adv. p. 
xxvi. preceding title 
Fender, David C, compositor, 49 Erskine street 
Fender, George, machinefitter, 9 Pitfour street 
Fender, James C, insurance agent, 30 King's road 

Fenton, Alexander, confectioner, 145 Perth road ; h. 232 Blackness road 
Fenton, Andrew, coal merchant, 14 Charles lane ; h. 15 Charles street 
Fenton, Andrew, confectioner, 232 Blackness road 
Fenton, B. , furniture dealer, 20 Hawkhill ; h. 12 Peddie street 
Fenton, David, mechanic, 43 Benvie road 
Fenton, George, clerk, 79 Blackscroft 
Fenton, George, painter, 25 Wellgrove street, Lochee 
Fenton, Henry H., clothier's assistant, 9 Commercial street 
Fenton, James, of Hendry & Fenton, Peninnah, Monifieth 
Fenton, John, milloverseer, 13 Benvie road 
Fenton, Peter, mechanic, 69 North Wellington street 
Fenton, William, plumber, 14 Park avenue 
Fenton, William, Ryelands, Panmure terrace, Barnhill 
Fenton, W. S., enginedriver, 8 Blackness street 
Fenton, Mrs A. , & Sons, furniture dealers, 123 Overgate 
Fenton, Miss, 18 Airlie place 

Fenwick, James, blacksmith, Kirton of Mains, Old Glamis road 
Fenwick, John, harbour porter, 90 Ferry road 
Fenwick, Joseph W., machinefitter, 13 St Peter street 
Fenwick, Peter, wine & spirit merch. ,103 -105 Nether gate; h. 5Bellefield av. 
Fenwick, Robert, horseshoer, 80 Ward road 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 271 

Fenwick, Stewart, represent. (Middleton, Aberdeen). 51 Blackness ave. 
Fenwick, Thomas, beamer, 184 High street, Lochee 
Fen wick, William, jun. , of William Fenwick & Son, 2 Forester street 
Fenwick, William, & Son, sanitary plumbers, 11 North Lindsay street 

(Telephone No. 1972) 
Fenwick, Mrs, 2 Tulloch crescent 
Fenwick, Miss R., dressmaker, 4 Balfour street 
Ferguson, Alexander, sawmiller, 23 Clepington street 
Ferguson, Alexander, grinder, 5 Gray's lane, Lochee 
Ferguson, Andrew, furniture dealer, 187 and 189 Overgate; h. 168 St 

Vincent street, Broughty Ferry 
Ferguson, A. J., butcher, 100 Princes st. ; h. Ferguslea, 34 Dalgleish rd. 
Ferguson, Catherine, confectioner, 10 Daniel street 
Ferguson, Charles, munition foreman, 109 American Muir road, D'field 
Ferguson, David, secy., Gilroy, Sons, & Co., Ltd.; h. Norwood, E. N'port 
Ferguson, David, teacher, 2 Francis street 

Ferguson, David, traveller, Norabank, Hamilton street, Barnhill 
Ferguson, David, hairdresser, 17 Albert street 
Ferguson, David T., confectioner, The Bridge, Barnhill ; joiner, 

Marguerite cottage, Dalhousie road, Barnhill 
Ferguson, Duncan, clerk, 76 Albert street 
Ferguson, George, shipmaster, 4 Kerrington crescent, Barnhill 
Ferguson, George, butcher, 20 Nelson street 

Ferguson, Geo. S. B. , retired headmaster, The Cottage, 240 Clepington rd. 
Ferguson, James, engineer, machinemaker, and machinery merchant, 

Coldside Machine Works, 360 Loons road ; h. 14 Lorimer street 
Ferguson, James, jun., mechanic, 197 Strathmartine road 
Ferguson, James Gibb, of Kirk & Coutts, 6 Newington ter. , B. Ferry 
Ferguson, James R. , clerk, 46 High street, Lochee 
Ferguson, John, of R. Ferguson & Sons, Ormlie lodge, Carnoustie 
Ferguson, John, general dealer, 29 Kincardine street ; h. 28 Bellfield st. 
Ferguson, John, clerk, 17 Louise terrace, West Ferry 
Ferguson, John, railway clerk, 62 Peddie street 
Ferguson, John, moulder, 6 Logie street, Lochee 
Ferguson, John G. M. , agent, North of Scotland and Town and County 

Bank, Ltd. ; h. Bank house, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Ferguson, John L., machinefitter, 193 Strathmartine road 
Ferguson, Peter, of G. H. Nicoll & Co., The Hermitage, Hermitage road, 

Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 82a) 
Ferguson, Robert, plumber, 49 Victoria road 
Ferguson, Robert, shipping agent, 7 Osborne place 
FERGUSON, ROBERT, & SONS, oil, leather, flour, and farina merchants, and 

mill, factory, and engineers' furnishers ; office and showrooms, 15 

Bell street ; warehouses, 9 to 15 Royal Exchange lane (Telephone 

No. 94; Telegrams, "Ferguson") 
Ferguson, Robert W., general blacksmith, 21 and 23 Rosebank street; 

h. 5 North Ellen street 
Ferguson, R. , 4 Alpha terrace, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Ferguson, Thomas, yarndresser, 25 Stirling street 
Ferguson, Thomas, of Thomas Ferguson & Co., 8 Woodriffe terrace, 

East Newport (Telephone No. N. Ill) 



272 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Ferguson, Thomas, engineer, 180 Strathmartine road 

FERGUSON, THOMAS, & CO., textile engineers and furnishers, 35 Cowgate 
(Telephone No. 1081). See Adv. p. 7 

Ferguson, Thos. C, of R. Ferguson & Sons, Ormlie lodge, Carnoustie 

Ferguson, Thomas M., assistant secretary, Jute and Flax Workers' 
Union, 37 High street ; h. 25 Stirling street 

Ferguson, William, watchmaker, 58a Wellgate; h. 1 Rosemount terrace 

Ferguson, William, manager, 17 Bellefield avenue 

Ferguson, Wm., grocer, spirit merchant, 101 Albert st. ; h. 5 Duff street 

Ferguson, William, carpetweaver, 23 Rosefield street 

Ferguson, William L., tailor, 16 Gardner street 

Ferguson, William Maxwell, M.R.C.V.S., veterinary surgeon, Soap- 
work lane (Telephone No. 1770) ; h. 36 Argyle street 

Ferguson, Mrs David, 18 St Ann street, Lochee 

Ferguson, Mrs Ealnor, jeweller, 58a Wellgate ; h. \ Rosemount terrace 

Ferguson, Mrs James F., wine and spirit merchant, 46 and 48 Brook 
street ; h. Blackness cottage, 42 Tait's lane 

Ferguson, Mrs Jean, 15 Douglas terrace, West Ferry 

Ferguson, Mrs John, 20 Nelson street 

Ferguson, Mrs, fruiterer, Fruitmarket, Shore terrace 

Fergusson, Rev. A. W., Dundee Parish Church (St Mary's); h. The 
Manse of Dundee, Dalkeith road 

Fergusson, Daniel, railway guard, 103 Rosebery street, Lochee 

Fergusson, Duncan, 67 Perrie street, Lochee 

Fergusson, Duncan, cardriver, 23 Benvie road 

Fergusson, James, housefactor, 5 Springhill 

Fergusson, James, yarndresser, 33 Hilltown 

Fergusson, James M., of Fergusson & Stephen, 2 Hyndford terrace 

Fergusson, Robert M. , of Fergusson & Stephen, 2 Hyndford terrace 

Fergusson & Stephen, solicitors and notaries, 20 Whitehall street (Tele- 
phone No. 2005) 

Fergusson, Wm., & Sons, Ltd., manufacturers of jute fabrics, Dudhope 
Works, 2 Douglas street 

Fergusson, Colonel W. H., of Wm. Fergusson & Sons, Ltd., The Bugh ties, 
Camphill road, Broughty Ferry 

Fergusson, Mrs James, 76 Albert street 

Fergusson, Mrs John, Panmure terrace, Barnhill 

Fergusson, Misses, Tayside, Douglas terrace, Dundee road, West Ferry 

Fernie, Andrew, of Fernie & Milne, 264 Hilltown 

Fernie, George, 174 Lochee road 

Fernie, George S., salesman, 4 Arklay street 

Fernie, James, 28 Wellington street 

Fernie & Milne, joiners, 9 Ogilvie's road 

Fernie, Robert, clerk, organist, East U.F. Church, Broughty Ferry; h. 
2 Victoria terrace, Barnhill 

Fernie, William, clerk, 12 Arthvirstone terrace 

Ferrar, William, watchmaker and jeweller, 70 High street 

Ferrari, A., confectioner, 146 King street, Broughty Ferry 

Ferrari, L., & Co., restaurateurs, 22 and 24 Union street 

Ferrie, James, sugar boiler, 27 Victoria road 

Ferrier, Chas., mercht., 12 Victoria chambers; h. Firbank, Carnoustie 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 273 

Ferrier, David, mechanic, 10 Forfar road 
Ferrier, D. W., millmanager, 2 Argyle street 
Ferrier, Frank Graham, of Graham, Ferrier, & Co., 6 Laurelbank 

(Telephone No. 2071) 
Ferrier, Gibson C, of Thomas Taylor & Co., Embden house, Camperdown 

street, Broughty Ferry 
FERRIER, GRAHAM, & CO., jute, yarns, and cloth, 14 Victoria chambers 

(Telephone No. 2071 ; Telegrams, " Looms "). See Adv. p. 29 
Ferrier, Hugh, M.R.C.V.S., veterinary inspector, Public Health Dept., 

West Bell street ; h. Easter Clepington house 
Ferrier, James Moir, mechanical dentist, 169 Hilltown 
Ferrier, James P., of Ferrier & Son, 1 Nelson terrace 
Ferrier & Son, chemists and druggists, 2 Hilltown 
Ferrier, William, of Robertson & Ferrier. 5 Bonnybank road 
Ferrier, William A , river pilot, 273 King street, Broughty Ferry 
Fettes, A. D. R., solicitor, 31 Reform street (Telephone No. 1703) ; 

A. 381 Clepington road 
Fettes, Charles, of W. & R. Ritchie, 3 Balgay avenue 
Fettes, James, superintendent engineer and marine surveyor, 65 Trades 

lane ; h. 15 Baxter Park terrace 
Fettes, James, property and insurance agent, 31 Reform street 
Fettes, James, engineer, 43 Cleghorn street 
Fettes, Robert, grocer and spiritdealer, 15 Dudhope street (Telephone 

No. 14y1) ; h. 23 Lammerton terrace 
Fettes, R. W., potato merchant, 109 Strathmartine road 
Fichlie, James, butcher, 127 High street, Lochee 

Fiddes, Robt., butcher, 45 Union st. (Telep. No. 161) ; h. 11 Wortley place 
Fiddes, Robert, clerk, 4 Kinloch street 
Field, John, police constable, 38 Blackness road 
Fimister, John, heating engineer, 42 City road 
FIMISTER, T. P.,1iotwater and steam heating engineer and plumber, 

55 South Tay street (Telephone No. 2735; Telegrams, "Fimister"); 

h. 280 Perth road. See Adv. p. 93 
Findlay, Alexander, clerk, 45 Mains loan 
Findlay, Alexander, clerk, 143 Nethergate 
Findlay, Alexander, lorrydriver, 62 Kirk street, Lochee 
Findlay, Andrew, 3 Paterson street 
Findlay, Andrew, gardener, 29 Caldrum street 

Findlay, A. J., depute sheriff clerk and auditor of court, Sheriff court- 
house, 6 West Bell street ; h. 12 Wortley place 
Findlay, David, grocer's manager, 329 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Findlay, David C, shoemaker, 51 Fort street, Broty. Ferry; h. Railway 

cottages, Queen street, Broughty Ferry 
Findlay, George, police constable, 16 Cleghorn street 
Findlay, George E., printer, bookbinder, and manufacturing stationer, 

Victoria Printing Works, 6 Victoria road ; h. 5 Adelaide terrace 
Findlay, Geo. P. , ironmonger, 38,44 Overgate ; h. 97 Magdalen Yard road 
Findlay, James, compositor, 55 Taylor's lane 
Findlay, James, joiner, 51 Erskine street 

Findlay, James, architect, 33 Albert square (Telephone No. 510) 
Findlay, James, watchman, 47 Crescent street 



274 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Findlay, James, bleacher, 141 Alexander street 

Findlay, James B., finishing overseer, Dunmore villa, Whinnybrae,B. Fy. 

Findlay, James Volume, shoemaker, 26 Arbroath rd. ; h. 10 Forfar rd. 

Findlay, John, contractor, Lochee and Dundee carrier; orders left at 38 
Overgate and 14 Dock street, and at 124 High street, Lochee 
(Telephone No. 2445) ; h. and stable, 61 Kirk street, Lochee 

Findlay, John, brassfinisher, 36 Park avenue 

Findlay, John, sheet metal worker, 66 Walton street 

Findlay, Margaret, milliner, 171 Princes street ; h. 10 Forfar road 

Findlay, Robert S., restaurateur, 185 Perth road 

Findlay, Thomas H. , vanman, 24 King's road 

Findlay, William, painter, 7 Park terrace 

Findlay, William, cashier, 22 Meadowside ; h. 10 East Somerville place 

Findlay, William, florist and fruit merchant, 298 Perth road (Tele- 
phone No. 2126) ; h. 288 Perth road 

Findlay, William, taxi-hirer, 37 Lawrence street, Broughty Ferry ; 
h. 126 Gray street, B.F. 

Findlay, Mrs James, laundress, 9 Wallace street 

Findlay, Mrs James, 6 Garland place 

Findlay, Mrs John, 11 Gladstone terrace, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

Findlay, Mrs Mary, 32 Seagate 

Findlay, Mrs M., dining-rooms, 181 Perth road 

Findlay, Mrs William, confectioner, 134 Liff road, Lochee 

Findlay, Mrs, fruiterer, 90 Dura street ; h. 92 

Findlay, Mrs, 1 Salisbury place, Castle street, Broughty Ferry 

Findlay, Miss Lilias B., 4 Airlie terrace 

Findlay, Miss, 351 Clepington road 

Findlay, Miss, teacher, 5 Muirfield crescent, Downfield 

Findlay, Miss, teacher, 157 Strathmartine road 

Findleton, Mrs David, North Lawton, Loons road 

Fine Art and General Insurance Co., Ltd., 2 Baltic buildings (Telephone 
No. 697; Telegrams, "Piquancy"); Will. C. Smith, district secy. 

Finegan, Michael, spirit merchant, 42 Overgate ; h. 4 West Dock street 

Finland, Vice- Consul for — James Mitchell, 39 Dock street 

Finlay, Crawford, furnaceman, 33 Cowgate 

Finlay, John, Hermon lodge, Victoria road, West Ferry 

Finlay, John M., 144b Lochee road 

Finlay, J. H., & Co., Ltd., tobacconists, Taybridge Station 

Finlay & Lowson, engineers, 33 Rosebank street 

Finlay, Peter, of Finlay & Lowson, 29 Park avenue 

Finlay, P. S. , tobacconist, 32 Park avenue 

Finlay, Robert, engineer, 74 Ferry road 

Finlay son, Adam, nightwatchman, 5 Dallfield terrace 

Finlayson, David, gardener, Braeknowe lodge, Blackness road 

Finlayson, William, mercantile clerk, 347 Clepington road 

Finnigan, Andrew, wine & spirit merchant, 147 Hawkhill; h. 23 Ancrum 
road, Lochee 

Finnigan, Mrs J., wine & spirit mer., 74, 76 Hilltown ; h. 51 Blackness av. 

Fisher, David, assistant agent, 9 Dallfield terrace 

Fisher, David, skin and waste mer. , 29-33 Kincardine st. ; h. 122 Hawkhill 

Fisher, John, hairdr'r and perfumer, 37 Perth rd. ; h. Linfield, Inv'gowrie 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 275 

Fisher, John, merchant, 6 Panmure street ; h. 27 Magdalen Yard road 

Fisher, John W., postman, 45 Peddie street 

Fisher, Peter, consulting engineer, City Tramways, St Clement's lane 

(Telephone No. 1340) ; h. Taybank, Ferry road (Teleph. No. 2614) 
Fisher, Peter, bookbinder, 80 Hawkhill 

Fisher, W. M., L.D.S., R.C.S., Eng., dental surgeon, 136 Nethergate 
Fisher, Mrs Bella, confectioner, 60 High street, Lochee 
Fisher, Mrs Peter, house proprietrix, 11 Isles' lane 
Fisher, Mrs, 14 Thomson street 
Fisken, David, mechanic, 9 Craig street 
Fiskin, Mrs J., 8 School road, Downfield 
Fitchet, David S., teacher, 7 Park terrace 
Fitchet, Mrs, dairykeeper, 35 North street 
Fithie, A. Scott, of Thomson, Fearns, & Co., 11 Yewbank avenue, 

Broughty Ferry 
Fitzgerald, Edward, fireman, 44 Caldrum street 
Fitzgerald, Henry, factory overseer, 10 Lorimer street 
Fitzgerald, James, 5 East Haddon road 
Fitzgerald, John, sorting clerk, 152a Lochee road 
Fitzgerald, Robert, butcher, 222 Strathmartine road and 158 Lochee 

road ; h. 333 Clepington road 
Fitzgerald, Robert, boot repairer, 14 Polepark road ; h. 23 Ogilvie's road 
Fitzgerald, Mrs Mary, grocer, 62 Overgate 
Fitzpatrick, Mrs Jane, 9 Park avenue 
Fleming, Alexander, painter, 13 Cleghorn street 
Fleming, Alexander M. , of Fleming Brothers, 58 Forfar road 
Fleming, Alfred S,, of John Fleming & Sons, 9 Panmure terrace 
Fleming, Angus, calenderworker, 5 Ure street 
Fleming, A. B., & Co., Ltd., oil refiners, Carolina port (Telephone No. 

539; Telegrams, "Batching") 
Fleming, A. Mackenzie, antiquarian repository, 52 Tay street 
Fleming, Birkby, & Goodall, Ltd. (Halifax), belting and card manu- 
facturers, 35 and 37 Exchange street ; G. M. Crichton, agent 
Fleming Brothers, clothiers, hosiers, and hatters, 14 to 20 Cowgate 
Fleming, David, jun., blacksmith, 8 Gardner street 
Fleming, David, rope and sail maker, 5 Mountpleasant 
Fleming, Dd. A. , secy. , D. H. Fleming, Sons, & Co. , Ltd. ; h. 41 Reform st. 
FLEMING, D. H., SONS, & CO., LTD., spinners and manufacturers, Gray 

Street Works, Lochee (Telephone No. 878 ; private room, No. 1591 ; 

Telegrams, "Fleming, Lochee" ; Exchange Box No. 59) 
FLEMING, D. N., & CO., engineers, mill and factory furnishers, 26 

Willison street (Telephone No. 2137; Telegrams, "Aptitude" 

See Adv. facing pp. 384, 385 
Fleming, Edward S., loom tenter, 3 Baltic street 
Fleming, Edward W., of J. & J. Fleming, 2 Constitution terrace 
Fleming, E. A. , 9 Janefield place 
Fleming, George, clerk, 32 Gardner street 

Fleming, Geo. , of White, Milne, & Co. , Newton Lea, 46 Brook st. , M'fieth 
Fleming & Haxton, passenger, tourist, and shipping agents, 76 High 

street (Telephone No. 1794) 
Fleming, H., Invermark, Broughty Ferry 



276 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Fleming, James, bookseller and advertising agent, 53 Gray street, 

Broughty Ferry ; h. 8 Tay mouth place, Monifieth road, B.F. 
Fleming, James A., of J. & J. Fleming, 41 Constitution street 
Fleming, John, of John Fleming & Sons, 9 Panmure terrace 
Fleming, John Hume, carpet, furniture, and bedding manufacturer, 

47 Yeaman shore ; h. Fairmount, Blackness avenue 
Fleming, John, & Sons, wholesale grocers, 165 and 167 Seagate 
Fleming, John S., grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 215 Hawkhill; h. 

21 Hillcrest road 
Fleming, John W. , of Salmond & Fleming, Balmyle road, West Ferry 
Fleming, J. Gilbert, agent, National Bank, 71 Reform street ; h. 3 

Briarwood terrace 
Fleming, J. & J., wholesale hardware merchants, 1-7 Overgate (Tele- 
phone No. 1238; Telegrams, "Fleming, Overgate") 
Fleming, Katherine M., M.A., pension officer, Customhouse ; h. 

Crerarmount, Strathern road, West Ferry 
Fleming, Lindsay, 2 Burnside street, Lochee 

Fleming, Lizzie H., teacher of music, 142 Nethergate (Teleph. No. 2520) 
Fleming, Matthew, calenderworker, 80 King street 
Fleming, Patrick P., merchant, 31 Albert square (Telep. Nos. 146, 2580) ; 

k. Ravenscraig, East Newport (Telephone No. N. 59) 
Fleming, Peter, butcher, 5 Canning street 
Fleming, Philip, of D. H. Fleming, Sons, & Co., Ltd., Westdene, Perth 

road (Telephone No. 2508) 
Fleming, Robert, of Robert Fleming & Co., 22 Meadowside (Telephone 

No. 597); h. Joyce Grove, Nettlebed, near Henley-on-Thames 
Fleming, Robert, factory overseer, 2 North George street 
Fleming, Robert, & Co. , merchants, and London correspondents, Scottish 
American Trust Companies, Ltd., and Northern American Trust 

Co. Ltd., 22Meadowside (Telephone No. 597; Telegrams, "Fleming") 
Fleming, Thomas, broker, 91 Princes street ; h. 185 
Fleming, William, butcher, 86 Strathmartine road; h. 109 
Fleming, William, stationer and newsagent, 250 Perth rd. ; h. 23 Step row 
Fleming, William, mason, 273 Hilltown 
Fleming, W. P., music teacher, 104 Nethergate (Telephone No. 2536); 

h. Ravenscraig, Tayport road, East Newport 
Fleming, Mrs Alex. D., 7 Victoria pi., West Queen st., Broughty Ferry 
Fleming, Mrs James, 11 Castle terrace, Esplanade, Broughty Ferry 
Fleming, Mrs Mathew, general dealer, 88 King street ; h. 82 
Fleming, Mrs R. P., Crerarmount, Strathern road, West Ferry 
Fleming, Mrs W. R., 3 South Tay street 
Fleming, Miss Jessie, 1 Thornbank street 
Fleming, Miss, St Mary's place, King street, Broughty Ferry 
Fletcher, Edward, tailor, 177 Blackness road 
Fletcher, Edward, glazier, 40 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
Fletcher, P. J., hairdresser, 142 Overgate ; h. 7 North Lindsay street 
Fletcher, W. R., grocer and Italian warehouseman, 238 Brook street, 
Broughty Ferry (Teleph. No. B.F. 77) ; h. Weltonroche, Barnhill 
(Telephone No. B.F. 253) 
Flett, James, grocer, 4 Hill street 
Flett, Peter G., grocer, 86 and 88 Dens road ; h. 208 Strathmartine road 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 277 

Fleuchar Craig Aerated Water Works, 44Tait's lane ; David Nicoll, propr. 
Flight, David D., linotype operator, 22 Rosefield street 
Flight, George, 1 Whorterbank, Lochee 
Flight, Peter, waiter, 48 South Tay street 
Flight, William, grocer, 94 South road, Lochee 
Flight, William, joiner, 34 Wolseley street 
Flight, William, police sergeant, Claypots cottages, Claypots road, 

West Ferry 
Flockhart, William, lithographer, 83 Magdalen green 
Flood, Thomas R., assistant publichouse manager, 47 Annfield road 
Florence, W. A. , commercial traveller, 2 Blackness crescent 
Florence, Mrs William, 37 Provost road 
Floyd, Hugh, sheet metal worker, 21 Stirling street 
Flynn & Co. , ladies' and gentlemen's tailors, 37 High street 
Flynn, Pat. , grocer and table beer, 22 St Mary st. ; h. 22 St Mary's place 
Flynn, Robert, insurance agent, 23 Stirling street 
Flynn, Mrs William, 44 Provost road 
Foggie, Andrew R. , clerk, 47 Magdalen Yard road 
Foggie, James K., of Thomas Murray & Son, 48 Magdalen Yard road 
Foggie, James, & Son, architects, 31 Reform street 
Foggie, John, F.C.S., curator, chemistry department, University 

College ; h. 4 Bellefield avenue 
Foggie, William, joiner and builder, Whitton street; h. 96 Arbroath road 
Foggie, William E., M.xl., M.D., 4 Airlie place 
Foley, Wm., late surveyor of customs, 50 Forfar road 
Folley, John, general dealer, 84 Lochee road 

Folley, Thomas, licensed broker, 79g- Lochee road ; h. 28 Fyffe street 
FOOD, MINISTRY OF, district office, 37 High street ; district food officer, 

Robert Paterson 
Foote, Alexander, blacksmith, 16 Flight's lane, Lochee 
Foote, Allison, grocer, 200 High st., Lochee ; h, 3 Wellgroveter., Lochee 
Foote, Andrew A. , secretary, Dudhope Works ; h. Ashdene, Monifieth 
Foote, Henry W., coachtrimmer, 3 Wellgrove terrace, Lochee 
Foote, James, of Paterson, Sons, & Co. , Woodmoor, West Newport 
Foote, James M. , police constable, 27 Scott street 
Foote, Thomas, 16 Flight's lane, Lochee 
Footes' Cash Stores, grocers, 14 Flight's lane, Lochee 
Forbes, Alexander, joiner, 8a King street 
Forbes, Alexander, of M'Keran & Forbes, 23Benvieroad 
Forbes, Alexander, goods checker, 7 Thistle street 
Forbes, Alexander, railwayman, 104 Caldrum street 
Forbes, Alexander R., shipping clerk, 1 Campfield road, Bro'ty Ferry 
Forbes, Alfred G., draughtsman, 33 Tullideph road, Lochee 
Forbes, Alfred J., pianoforte and organ tuner, 44 King's road; h. 1 

Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 
Forbes, Andrew, motor driver, 44 Arthurstone terrace 
Forbes, Annabella, nurse, 310 Queen street, Broughty Ferry 
Forbes, Archibald, tailor, 31 Provost road 
Forbes, A. S., tailor, 2 Peddie street 

Forbes, B., fruiterer, 94 Princes street ; h. 11 Craigie street 
Forbes, Charles P., eraneman, 12 Rose street 



278 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Forbes & Christie, calenderers, packers, and sack manufacturers, 

Forebank Sack Factory, 80 Victoria road ; office, 4 Forebank road 
Forbes, David, clerk, 35 Springhill 
Forbes, David, gardener, Bridge street, Barnhill 
Forbes, David W. , manager, Tayfield Works ; h. 33§ Seafield road 
Forbes, D. J., M.B., 6 South Tay street 
Forbes, G. D., sack manufacturer, East Whale Lane Works 
Forbes, Helen, grocer and spirit merchant, 53 Hospital wynd ; h. 274: 

Strathmartine road 
Forbes, Henry N., teacher of music, 11 Whitehall street 
Forbes, Hugh D., plumber, 3 Gowrie place 
Forbes, James, dairyman, Rosefield Dairy, 179a Blackness road 
Forbes, James, confectioner, 179 Overgate ; h. 24 Forest Park road 
Forbes, James, saddler and harness maker, 40 South Tay street; h. 26 

Forest Park road 
Forbes, John, 5 Norma terrace, Camphill road, Broughty Ferry 
Forbes, John, compositor, 3 Dallfield terrace 
Forbes, John, mechanic, 197 Strathmartine road 
Forbes, John, mechanic, 39 Lochee road 
Forbes, John, bootmaker, 7 Park avenue 
Forbes, John, waiter, 17 Rosefield street 
Forbes, John, journalist, 2 Forebank terrace 

Forbes, John R. , fish merchant, 225 Hilltown ; h. 6 Nelson street 
Forbes, Jonathan, com. mer., 29 Dock st; h. Greenfield house, Pitkerro rd. 
Forbes, J. confectioner, Fruitmarket, Shore terrace 
Forbes, J., of Forbes, Sons, & Co., 14 J Paton's lane 
FORBES, J., SONS, & CO., cartwrights, motor, van, and carriage builders, 

19 Magdalen Yard road. See Adv. p. 95 
Forbes, J. T. , musicseller, 44 King's road (Telephone No. 38x) ; h. 35 

Park avenue 
Forbes, Robert, shipmaster, 12 Janefield place 

Forbes, R. G., of Willison, Forbes, & Co,, 17 Kilnburn place, E. Newport 
Forbes & Son, general dealers, 35 to 37 Westport ; h. 47 Yeaman shore 
Forbes, Stanley, sawtrimmer, 104 Lochee road 
Forbes, William, slater, 3 Parker street 
Forbes, William, blacksmith, 8 Arbroath road 
Forbes, William, boot repairer, 56 Blackness road ; h. 134. 
Forbes, William W., provision and Italian warehouseman, 35 Union 

street (Telephone No. 184) 
Forbes, Mrs A., apartments, 15 Exchange street 

Forbes, Mrs A., confectr. and dairykpr., 102 Dens road ; h. 20 Isla st. 
Forbes, Mrs Charlotte, draper, 12 Rose street 
Forbes, Mrs G. D., 13 Duff street 
Forbes, Mrs Peter, 132 City road, Lochee 
Forbes, Mrs Robert, 19 Clepington street 
Forbes, Mrs S., furniture dealer, 34 Dudhope Crescent road; h. 44 

Cleghorn street 
Forbes, Mrs Thomas, 19 Baxter Park terrace 
Forbes, Mrs Thomas, 1 Aberlemno terrace 
Forbes, Mrs, apartments, 6 Garland place 
Forbes, Miss Charlotte B. } draper, 126 Alexander st. ; h. 12 Rose st, 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 279 

Forbes, Miss Margaret, stationer and tobacconist, 13a Mains road 

Forbes, Miss, teacher, 26 Forfar road 

Ford, Andrew, dock foreman, 2 Graham place 

Ford, George, motor engineer and vulcanizer, Downfield Garage, 14 

American Muir road, Downfield ; h. 17 
Ford, James, wine and spirit merchant, 75 and 77 Church street ; 

h. 17 American Muir road, Downfield 
Ford, James, gardener, 61 Ancrum road, Lochee 
Ford, John, calenderworker, 70 Caldrum street 
Ford, John, milloverseer, 9 Malcolm street 

Ford, John D., merchant, 2 India bdgs. ; h. Springbank, Hill st., B. Fy. 
Ford, William F., district agent, Scottish United Reform Friendly 

Society, 44 Cobden street, Lochee 
Ford, Mrs David, 2 Liff road, Lochee 

Ford, Mrs Eliz. M., grocer, confectr., 49 Hill street ; h. 32 Mortimer st. 
Ford, Mrs H. , sick nurse, 28 Ward road 
Ford, Mrs, 16 Bellefield avenue 

Forebank Dye Works, 1 Forebank road ; William Watson & Co. , dyers 
Forebank Works, 15 Forebank road; Andrew Taylor & Co., manufactrs. 
Foreign Money Exchange, 9 Whitehall crescent 
Foreman, Charles, stationer, 34 Rankine street 
Foreman, James, Roslyn villa, Castle street, Broughty Ferry 
Foreman, Mrs Charles, stationer, tobacconist, and sub-postmistress, 5 

Cobden street, Lochee ; h. 34 Rankine street 
Forest, Miss Agnes, confectioner, 36 Small's wynd 

FORESTERS' HALLS, 6 Nicoll st. ; Robert Ward, caretaker. See Adv. p. 63 
Forgan, Alexander, 7 Speed's terrace, Tait's lane 

Forgan, Rev. James R., West U.F. Church Manse, Brook st., B. Ferry 
Forrest, Andrew R., engineer, 28 Springhill 
Forrest, Charlotte, 302 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Forrest, Edward B., electrician, 159 Seagate ; h. 2 Kamarhatty 

Cottages, Ramsay park, Broughty Ferry 
Forrest, James, spiritdealer, 37 Constitution road 
Forrest, James E., compositor, 2 Rosefield street 
Forrest, John D., wholesale egg merchant, 15 W. Dock street (Telephone 

No. 769 ; Telegrams, "Eggs") ; h. Traquair, Guthrie ter. , Barnhill 
Forrest, M. M., jute merchant, 2 Baltic buildings (Telephone No. 175 ; 

Telegrams, "Bimli"); h. Glamis cottage, Carnoustie 
Forrest, Simon, of Andrew Leitch & Co., vice-consul for Sweden, 

Kilnburn house, East Newport 
Forrest, Mrs Alexander, 63 Albert street 
Forrest, Mrs, 101 American Muir road, Downfield 
Forrester, Alexander, mechanic, 70 Church street 
Forrester, David, of Ogilvie & Co., 41 Rankine street 
Forrester, David, joiner, 9 Balgay street 
Forrester, Ernest, commercial traveller, 11 Cleghorn street 
Forrester, James, 37 Nethergate 
Forrester, James, tenter, 184 High street, Lochee 
Forrester, James, baker, 64 Church street, Broughty Ferry 
Forrester, John, director, Maxwells (D'dee) Ltd. ; h. Duneaves, B. Ferry 
Forrester, John S., mechanic, 12 Arthurstone terrace 



280 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Forrester, J., Duneaves, Clay pots rd., W. Ferry (Tele. No. B.F. 180) 

Forrester, William, joiner, 225 Clepington road 

Forrester, William L., jute goods buyer, 1 Murray street 

Forrester, Mrs Thomas, 70 High street, Lochee 

Forrester, Miss, 2 Bright street, Lochee 

Forret, David, watchmaker, 5 Whitehall street 

Forster, Albert E., boilermaker, 17 Baxter Park terrace 

Forster, George, blindmaker, 26 Union place 

Forster, Wm., works manager, Blackness Foundry; h. 27 Perth road 

Forster, William H., shipyard manager, Caledon Shipbuilding and 

Engineering Co., Ltd. ; h. 244 Ferry road (Telephone No. 2560) 
Forster, Mrs, 26 Union place 

Forsyth, H. Campbell, secy., Draffen & Jarvie, Ltd. ; h. 106 Forfar rd. 
Forsyth, James, waiter, 76 Albert street 
Forsyth, John, ironturner, 43 Baldovan terrace 
Forsyth, John, chemist and druggist, 17 High st. ; h. Benvrackie, Panmure 

terrace, Barnhill 
Forsyth, John C, retired patternmaker, 10 Dalkeith road 
Forsyth, Rev. Stephen, M. A. , Chapelshade Estab.Ch. ; h. 44 Thomson st. 
Forsyth, Thomas, sawmiller, 54 Dallfield walk 
Forsyth, William, linotype operator, 41 Baldovan terrace 
Forsyth, Mrs Alexander, 3 Park terrace 
Forsyth, Mrs A., 17 Bellefield avenue 
Forsyth, Mrs David, 17 Step row 

Forsyth, Miss Kate, confectioner, 56 Dallfield walk ; h. 54 
Forte, A. & S., confectioners, 26 Victoria road ; h. 44 King street 
Forte, Carrmine, confectioner, 4 Eliza street 

Forte, Dominico, fish restaurant, 61 Dura street ; h. 4 Eliza street 
Forte, Marco, confectioner, 128 High street, Lochee 
Forte, S., confectioner, 139 Victoria road 
Fortune, Mrs A., apartments, 63 Gellatly street 
Forturia, L., confectioner, 124 Victoria road 

Foster, James R., of David Barrie, Ltd., 6 James place, Broughty Ferry 
Fotheringham, James, clerk, 311 South road, Lochee 
Fotheringham, William, joiner, 3 Easson's angle 
Foulis, David, manager, Ann Street Works ; h. 113 Arbroath road 
Foulis, Mrs P., wine and spirit mer., 136 Victoria road ; h. 1 Victoria cres. 
Fowler, A. R., district supt., Vacuum Oil Co. , Ltd. ;h. 17 Blackness ave. 
Fowler, George, clerk, 8 Molison street 
Fowler, George A., blacksmith, 27 Albert street 
FOWLER, JAMES, frenchpolisher, 107 Victoria road (Teleph. No. 2602) ; 

h. 3 Wellington street. See Adv. p. 22 
Fowler, James, traveller, 50 Fort street, Broughty Ferry 
Fowler, James L., woodturner, 37 Lyon street 
Fowler, Thomas K., branch manager, Oliver Typewriter Co., Ltd., 92 

Commercial street (Telephone No. 1626) 
Fowler, Mrs, 43 Frederick street, Downfield 

Fowles, John, clerk, Westbeach cottage, Douglas terrace, Bro. Ferry 
Fowlis, John, bootmaker, Dens brae ; h. 38 Court street 
Fox, James W, clerk, 26 Forfar road 
Fox, John D., grocer, 212 Perth road j h. 176 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 281 

Fox, Norman, clerk, 186 Lochee road 
Fox, William, butcher, 274 Hawkhill ; h. 33 Tait's lane 
Fox, Mrs John, general dealer, 64 James street 
Frain, William, A.I.E.E., 3 Roxburgh terrace 
Frains, Ltd., wholesale and retail merchants in china, glass, fancy goods, 

and oriental furnishings, Frain's buildings, 7 to 21 Castle street 

(Telephone No. 143), and 12 to 18 Tindal's wynd 
Frame, A. F. , engineer and boiler inspector, 27 Baxter Park terrace 
France, Consular agent for — James M. Gray, 69 Reform street 
Franchi, B. & F., confectioners, 152 Albert street 
Franchi, John, confectioner, 49 Overgate ; h. 6 Whitehall crescent 
Francis, James, late farmer, 4 Westfield place 
Francis, John, storekeeper, 11 Roslin terrace 
Fraser, Alan, of Peter M'Intyre, Ltd., Braeknowe, Blackness road 

(Telephone No. 2339) 
Fraser, Alexander, joiner, 105 Rosebery street, Lochee 
Fraser, Alexander, bundler, 108 Rosebank street 
Fraser, Alexander, coachpainter, 2 Wilkie's lane 
Fraser, Alexander, police constable, 83 Magdalen Yard road 
Fraser, Alexander K. , postman, 1 1 Morgan street 
Fraser, Andrew, musician, 63 Gellatly street 

Fraser, Angus C. M'Kenzie, teacher, 8 Newington ter., Esplanade, B.F. 
Fraser, David, milloverseer, 4 Isla street 
Fraser, David, mechanic, 142 Lochee road 
Fraser, David T. , clerk, 27 Morgan street 
Fraser, Donald, marine engineer, 3 Canning street 
Fraser, Douglas, & Sons, Ltd. , engineers and ironfounders, Arbroath ; 

office, 39 Albert sq. (Tel. No. 2177) ; Wm. A. Watt, representative 
Fraser, Duncan, overseer, 159 Strathmartine road 
Fraser, Duncan J. C, electrician, 14 Union street 
Fraser, Evan H. , head teacher, Tay Street Public School ; h. Clovelly, 

Tayview terrace, Newport 
Fraser, George, tailor, 22 Union place 
Fraser, George, teeth specialist, 196 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

(Telephone No. B.F. 350) ; h. Acharn, Duntrune terrace, W. Ferry 
Fraser, George, insurance official, 195 Strathmartine road 
Fraser, Geo., & Co., wholesale fruit and potato mers., 9 and 10 Dock st. 
Fraser, Gilbert, manager, Ward Mills ; h. 1 Anstruther road 
Fraser, G. , Duncraig, Dalhousie road, Barnhill 
Fraser, H. E., M. D., medical superintendent, Dundee Royal Infirmary; 

h. 3 Dudhope terrace 
Fraser, James, caretaker, Ann Street Public School ; h. 9 St Salvador st. 
Fraser, James, clothier, 153 and 155 High street, Lochee 
Fraser, James, coalsalesman, 27 West street 
Fraser, James, engineer, 15 Brown Constable street 
Fraser, James, leadpot-worker, 69 Church street 
Fraser, James G. , secretary, Association of Dependants of deceased and 

serving soldiers and sailors, Labour Club, 48 Murraygate ; h. 13 

Kirkton road, Downfield 
Fraser, Jas. K., dental mechanic, 3 Hilltown ; h. 163 Strathmartine rd. 
Fraser, Jessie, 432 Strathmartine road, Downfield 



282 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Fraser, John, engineer, 163 Strathmartine road 

Eraser, John, manager, 3 Gowrie street 

Fraser, John, manager, mechanical department, Dens Works; h. 5 Baxter 

Park terrace 
Fraser, John, gilder and pictureframe maker, 46 and 48 Barrack street 
Fraser, John, gilder and pictureframe maker, 4 Caldrum street ; h. 20a 
Fraser, John, late moulder, 29 Hill street 
Fraser, John, printer, 29 Hill street 
Fraser, John, gardener, 4 Earl street, Lochee 

Fraser, John, police inspector, Police Office, Lochee ; h. 39 South, road 
Fraser, John, confectioner, 371 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Fraser, John C., stableman, 20 Watson street 
Fraser, John E., jeweller, 121a Hawkhill 
Fraser, John P., retired fish merchant, 20 Dallfield terrace 
Fraser, Margaret B., photographer, 134b Nethergate ; h. 48 Union st. 
Fraser, Peter, detective superintendent, 2 Lytton street 
Fraser, Robert, of A. G. Kidd & Son, Ltd., 15 Baxter Park terrace 
Fraser, Robert E., of John Cargill, 4 Myrtle terrace, Tayport 
Fraser, R., gravedigger, 111 Rosebery street, Lochee 
Fraser, Simon G., of Rough & Fraser, 131 Strathmartine road (Telephone 

No. 1445) 
Fraser, Rev. Thomas Cunningham, M.A., Bell Street U.F. Church; 

h. 4 Craigie terrace 
Fraser, Walter, plumber, 18 Benvie road 
Fraser, William, pictureframe maker, 14 Baxter Park terrace 
Fraser, William, foreman warehouseman, 11 Roslin terrace 
Fraser, William, market gardener, 129 Strathmartine road 
Fraser, William, gardener, 3 Strathmore street, Barnhill 
Fraser, William C, mason, 341 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Fraser, W. Clarke, L.R.C.P.Ed., L.R.CS.Ed., L.R.F.P.S.Glas., 

146 Nethergate ; h. 7 Norwood, East Newpoii; 
Fraser, Mrs Alexander, 35 Arbroath road 
Fraser, Mrs Amy, 195 Albert street 
Fraser, Mrs J. C, 27 Morgan street 
Fraser, Mrs, 60 Strathmore road 
Fraser, Mrs, 9 St Salvador street 
Fraser, Mrs, 17 Morgan street 

Fraser, Miss Jessie, milliner, 5 Mains road ; h. 164 Clepington road 
Fraser, Miss Mary, 12 Park place 

Frazer, Miss E., 6 Garland place, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Frederick, John, seaman, 40 Princes street 
Frederick, William, seaman, 36 Victoria street 
Free Labour Bureau, 65 Trades lane ; Robert T. Leitch, secretary 
FREE LIBRARIES, Albert Institute, Albert sq. (Teleph. No. 1707); Ward 

road, Arthurstone, Coldside, Blackness, St Roque's, and Lochee ; 

Art and Natural History Museum, and Picture Galleries, Albert 

square and Ward road ; Engineering, Mechanical, Industrial, and 

Archaeological Museum, Dudhope Park ; A. H. Millar, LL. D. , 

F.S.A. (Scot.), secretary, chief librarian, and curator; Alexander 

S. Webster, sub-librarian and sub-curator 
Freir, David, clerk, 7 Lintrathen gardens 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 283 

French, Annie, children's outfitting, ladies' underclothing, millinery 

and drapery warehouse, 286 Perth road ; h. Brightside, Stirling 

road, Stannergate 
French, James, advertising agent, 51 Erskine street 
French, Peter, dining rooms, 45 Lochee road ; h. 15 Tannadice street 
French, William Forrest, of Little & French, The Laurels, E. Newport 
Frew, Alexander, wine merchant, 27 Rose street ; h. Panmure villa, 

295 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Frew, R.E., manager, Yost Typewriter Co., Ltd. ; h. Craigower, Tayport 
Froebel, F.E. V., foreign corresp. , Bl'knessF'ndry ; h. Daisybank, Wormit 
Fry, J. S., & Sons, Ltd., cocoa and chocolate manufacturers, 21 

and 25 Union street (Telephone No. 1394) ; W. H. Horswell, agent 
Fryer, Harry, 31 City road 

Fugaccia, L. & D., restaurateurs, 14 St Andrew's street and 213 Hawk- 
hill ; h. 209 Hawkhill 
Fullerton, Charles, 53 Caldrum street 
Fullerton, David, of Fullerton & Wilson, The Briars, Dalhousie street, 

Carnoustie 
Fullerton, Edward, of Jas. Fullerton & Co. , Netherby, Albany rd. , W. Fy. 
Fullerton, George, ironmonger, 254 Blackness road 
Fullerton, James, & Co., merchants, 51 Meadowside 
Fullerton, Maggie, 33 Caldrum street 
Fullerton & Wilson, jute, linen, bag, and yarn merchants, 13 Albert 

square (Telephone No. 14; Telegrams, " Polacca") 
Fullerton, Mrs James, 7 Melville terrace 
Fullerton, Mrs, 102 Church street, Broughty Ferry 
Fullerton, Misses, Norwood, Seafield road, Broughty Ferry 
Fulton, Angus R., B.Sc, A.M.Inst.C.E., lecturer in engineering, 

University College ; h. 45 Ferry road, Monifieth 
Fulton, Colin M. , compositor, 23 American Muir road, Downfield 
Fulton, George, insurance agent, 63 Dens road 
Fulton, Robert, clerk, "Mars " T.S. ; h. 48 Albert street 
Fyall, Mrs, 2 American Muir road, Downfield 

Fyfe, Charles, caretaker, North Clepington School ; h. Sandeman st. 
Fyfe, David, fruit merchant and commission agent, 1 Gowrie street 
Fyfe, David, & Co., fruit and potato merchants, 48 Wellgate 
Fyfe, David, Ltd., wholesale fruit and potato merchants, 31 Crichton 

street and City Hall buildings 
Fyfe, George, traveller, 2 Tullideph road 
Fyfe, Isabella, dressmaker, 150 Perth road 

Fyfe, James C, assistant teacher, "Mars " T.S. ; h. 24 Kinloch street 
Fyfe, Robert, calender overseer, 64 Walton street 
Fyfe, Robert, plumber and tinsmith, 101 Hilltown (Telephone No. 2254) ; 

h. 48 North Ellen street 
Fyfe, Mrs Andrew, stationer and fancy goods merchant, 162 Ann street 
Fyfe, Mrs, 29 Union street 
Fyfe, Miss, 1 Blackness crescent 
Fyffe, Alexander, tenter, 49 Annfield road 
Fy ffe, Alfred A. , draper, 3 Old Muirton road, Lochee 
Fyffe, A. & C, stationers, tobacconists, and confectioners, 6 Balmore 

street ; h. 195 Albert street 



284 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Fyffe, Edward, diningroom keeper, 45 Guthrie st. ; h. 132 Loehee road 
Fyffe, George M., clerk, 16 Bath street, Broughty Ferry 
Fyffe, James, coachman, 13 Blyth place 
Fyffe, James M., of John W. Fyffe & Co., 16 Bank street 
Fyffe, Jas., & Son, plumbers, brassfounders, gasfitters, tinsmiths, heating 
engineers, 89 Nethergate ; workshops, Tay St. lane ; also Aberlour 
Fyffe, Jessie, 12 Bank street 
Fyffe, John S. , lathsplitter, 22 Nelson street 

Fyffe, John W., & Co., slaters, 14 Bank street (Telephone No. 458) 
Fyffe, Peter, grocer, 89 Strathmartine road ; h. 126 Princes street 
Fyffe, Robert, bookbinder, 4 Cunningham street 
Fyffe, Thomas L., of James Fyffe & Son, 1 Richmond terrace 
Fyffe, William, overseer, 9 Balgay street, Loehee 
Fyffe, W. T., stationer, 195 Albert street 
Fyffe, Mrs Henderson, 28 Lammerton terrace 

Fyffe, Mrs Henry, dairykeeper, 240 Queen street, Broughty Ferry 
Fyffe, Mrs W. G., grocer, wine mer., 38 Mains rd. ; h. 28 Clepington rd. 
Fyffe, Mrs, confectioner, 89 Hilltown ; h. Lawton cottages, Loons rd. 
Fyffe, Mrs, ladies' wardrobe dealer, 33 Magdalen Yard rd. (Tele. No. 2048) 
Fyffe, Miss Jane L., restaurant, 122 Princes street 
Fyffe, Miss, tobacconist, 104 Dura street 
Fyvie, George, confectioner, 84 Nethergate 

Gabriel, Daniel, coachman, Kingscross Hospital, Clepington road 

Gabriel, Robert, warehouseman, 14 Kincardine street 

Gaffney, Thomas, licensed broker, 65 Kirk street, Loehee 

Gagnon, Mrs Margaret, 18 King's road 

Gahan Brothers, painters and decorators, 57 Hilltown 

Gahan, G. Wilkie, of Gahan Brothers, Duncraig, Dalhousie rd., Barnhill 

Gahan, James, of Gahan Brothers, 5 Dallfield terrace 

Gair, Alexander Neil, buyer, 18 Commercial street ; h. 16 Park place 

Gairns, John, stableman, 22 Lyon street 

Gairns, Robert, inland revenue clerk, 6 North Wellington street 

Gairns, Miss Nellie, foreswoman, 11 Mid street 

Gall, Alexander, tobacconist, 56 Gray street, Broughty Ferry 

Gall, Christina C. , 54 Muirfield crescent, Downfield 

Gall, Rev. Evelyn, B.D., St Luke's Established Church, Loehee ; h. 16 

Coupar Angus road, Loehee 
Gall, James, trawler, Tay square, Long lane, Broughty Ferry 
Gall, James, fisherman, 8 St Margaret's cottages, Long lane, Bro. Ferry 
Gall, James C, P.O. linesman, 23 Pitfour street 

Gallacher, Charles, chauffeur, Balgillo house, Claypots road, Bro. Ferry 
Gallacher, Mrs, stationer and hardware merchant, 16 Dundonald street 
Galloway, Alexander, mechanic, 57^ Perth road 

Galloway, Alex. L., traveller, 1 Hill terrace, Hill street, Broughty Ferry 
Galloway, David, of John Galloway & Sons, May cottage, Fairmuir st. 
Galloway, David, district manager, British Legal and United Provident 

Assurance Co., 38 Whitehall street and 6 Whitehall crescent ; 

h. 11 Fort street, and Osborne cottage, Carnoustie 
Galloway, David, Elsinore, Ramsaypark, Broughty Ferry 
Galloway, David, cooper, 113 Strathmartine road 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 285 

Galloway, David B., stevedore, 2 Miller's wynd 
Galloway, David M., grocer and wine merchant, 68 Ferry road and 

138 Brook street ; h. 188 Lochee road 
Galloway, George, jute weigher, 2 Main street 
GALLOWAY, GIBB, & CO., LTD., builders' merchants, 18 Blythswood sq„ 

Glasgow (Telephone No. 5268 Central; Telegrams, " Sunningend, " 

Glasgow). See Adv. p. 103 
Galloway, James, coachbuilder, 11 Forest Park road 
Galloway, James, engineer, 49 Murraygate 
Galloway, Jas. , & Son, plumbers, tinsmiths, and gasfitters, Coldside Sheet 

Metal Works, 344 and 346 Loons road (Telephone No. 1585) ; h. 

7 Elgin street, Downfield 
Galloway, John, stevedore and cargo superintendent, Victoria lockway ; 

h. Ashton, 13 Shamrock street (Telephone No. 2703) 
Galloway, John D., plumber, 223 Hilltown 
GALLOWAY, JOHN & SONS, plumbers, sheetmetal workers, ironmongers, 

Fairmuir Sheet Metal Works, and 311 and 315 Hilltown (Telephone 

No. 434) 
Galloway, Peter, coaldealer, 20 Tannadice street ; h. 4 Clepington street 
Galloway, Robert, 399 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Galloway, Robert, milloverseer, 1 Bank street 
Galloway, Thomas, bootmaker, 126 Logie street, Lochee ; h. 128 
Galloway, William, tailor, 40 North George street 
Galloway, William, cabinetmaker, 22 Baldovan terrace 
Galloway, Mrs Ann, 208 Strathmartine road 
Galloway, Mrs George, 2 Paton's lane 
Galloway, Mrs John, Ashton, 13 Shamrock street 
Galloway, Mrs, 36 Lammerton terrace 
Galloway, Mrs, 7 Elgin street 

Galloway, Miss Jeannie, May cottage, Fairmuir street 
Gait, Mrs John, 11 Peel street, Lochee 
Galvin, William, mechanic, 29 High street, Lochee 
Gammage, Herbert A. , clerk, Margaret place, King street, B. Ferry 
Garden, John, advertisement manager, "Dundee Advertiser" office; 

h. Ravenscourt, 28 Albany terrace 
Garden Works, 14 Benvie road ; J. C. Duffus & Nephew, jutespinners 
Gardiner, Andrew, detective officer, 6 Tofthill, Lochee 
Gardiner, David, painter, 8 Paton's lane 
Gardiner, Ellen, dairykeeper and hardware merchant, 90 and 92 

Annfield road ; h. 1 Pennycook lane 
Gardiner, Isabella, waitress, 3 Union place 
Gardiner, James, cashier, 221 Albert street 
Gardiner, James, potato merchant, 16 West Dock street 
Gardiner, James, blacksmith, millwright, and joiner, Kirkton of Mains, 

Old Glamis road 
Gardiner, John, foreman, 26 Peddie street 
Gardiner, John H., patternmaker, 6 Eden street 
Gardiner, J. T,, stationer, 2 South George street 
Gardiner & Scott, Misses, stationers, 58 Hilltown ; h, 101 Victoria 

road 
Gardiner, Thomas, mechanic, 168 Albert street 



286 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Gardiner, Tom, tailor and clothier, 52 Wellgate (Telephone No. 1887) ; 
h. 25 Rankine street 

Gardiner, William, yarndresser, 48 Ure street 

Gardiner, Mrs Helen, 101 Victoria road 

Gardiner, Miss J. Y., stationer and sub-postmistress, 169 Princes street ; 
h. 2 South George street 

Gardner, Rev. Alfred, 10 Rosewood terrace 

Gardner, George, police constable, 16 Loons road, Lochee 

Gardner, John, meter inspector, Gas Office ; h. 38 Milnbank road 

Gardyne, J. G. , 500 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

Gardyne, Miss, Struan cottage, Camphill road, Broughty Ferry 

Garland, Alexander, wholesale tobacconist, 17 Cowgate ; h. 23 Forfar rd. 

Garland, Andrew, baker, 44 Peddie street 

Garland, David, fitter, 27 Scott street 

Garland, John, marine engineer, 3 Bellefield avenue 

Garriock, Mrs, Seafield house, Magdalen place; and Gibbleston, Scallo- 
way, Shetland 

Garthly, Jane, 83 Cobden street, Lochee 

Garthly, Robert, baker, 3 Kincardine street 

Gartland, James, gamedealer, 27 Union street ; h. 32 

Garvie, Alexander, moulder, 51 Blackness avenue 

Garvie, James, joiner, 166 Lochee road 

Garvie, James, printer's machineman, 44 Arthurstone terrace 

Garvie, Robert, clerk, 62 Peddie street 

Garvie, William, fitter, 68 Peddie street 

Garvie, Miss Margaret, 58 Crescent lane 

Gatherer, James, sawyer, 5 Peel street 

Gaul, Duncan, mechanic, 34 North George street 

Gauld, Archibald, sackmaker, 3 Baffin street 

GAULD, STEWART, rag merchant, 19a Dudhope street; h. 27 North 
Ellen street. See Adv. p. 59 

Gauldie & Hardie, F.F.S., architects and surveyors, 26 Commercial st. 

Gauldie, William, F.F.S., of Gauldie & Hardie, The Ha'en, Invergowrie 

Gault, John, late policeman, 269 Hilltown 

Gault, John H., postman, 194 Strathmartine road 

Gault, Scott, mercantile clerk, 5 Canning street 

Gavin, Alexander, 1 Old Muirton road, Lochee 

Gavine, James R., draper, 4 Arbroath road ; h. 28 Baxter Park terrace 

Gavine, John, blacksmith, 26 Victoria street 

GAVINE, WILLIAM, cardboard box manufacturer, Lamb's lane (Tele- 
phone No. 1193) ; h. 76 Dalkeith road 

Gavine, Mrs Mary, 1 Meadow entry 

Gay, John, police constable, 12 Rosefield street 

Geake, Henry, chemist and druggist, 6 Whitehall st. ; h. 13 Albert sq. 

Geake, Henry, pianotuner, 13 Albert square 

Geake, Miss Isabella, teacher of music, 13 Albert square 

Geddes, John, clerk, 83 Pitkerro road 

Geddes, Patrick, F.R.S.E., professor of botany, University College; 
h. 14 Ramsay garden, Edinburgh 

Geddes, Mrs James, 2 Dalhousie terrace 

Geddes, Miss E., 83 Pitkerro road 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 287 

Geddes, Miss I. L. , milliner, 56 Wellgate ; h. 27 Morgan street 
Geekie, David, market gardener and dairyman, Forthill feus, Bro. Ferry 
Geekie, Donald, mechanic, 44 Dallfield walk 
Geekie, George, joiner, 5 Gowrie place 
Geekie, James, cropper, 62 Ure street 
Geekie, John, ironmoulder, 101 Rosebery street, Lochee 
Geekie, John, 274 Blackness road 

Geekie, Robert D., traveller, 31 Frederick street, Downfield 
Geekie, Stewart, confectioner, 20 Craigie street 
Geekie, William, contractor, 25 Mains loan 
Geekie, William, draper's assistant, 4 Bright street, Lochee 
Geekie, Mrs Ella, fruiterer, 97 Ann street ; h. 44 Dallfield walk 
Geekie, Mrs William, 330 Hawkhill 
Geekie, Mrs, 16 Bank street 

Geekie, Miss Helen, fruiterer, 104| Dura street; h. 26 Mains loan 
Geekie, Miss, 350 King street, Broughty Ferry 
Gellatly, Alexander, fireman, 20 Gardner street 
Gellatly, A. & N., confectioners, 1 Kinnaird street 
Gellatly, Christopher, 5 Dallfield terrace 
Gellatly, David, coachman, 34 Raglan street 
Gellatly, J. , carpetweaver, 69 North Wellington street 
Gellatly, Thomas, carriage and motor lamp specialist, 38 Hunter street ; 

h. 4 Cleghorn street 
Gellatly, William, engineer, 364 Loons road 
Gellatly, Mrs E. H. , 7 Blackness avenue 
Gemmill, James Fairlie, M.A., M.D., B.Sc, professor of zoology, 

University College ; h. 10 Hawkhill place 
Gemmell, George, office messenger, Gilroy, Sons, & Co., Ltd. ; h. 6 

Stirling street 
GENERAL Accident Fire and Life Assurance Corporation, Ltd., 59 Reform 

street (Telephone No. 1783) ; Alex. Mitchell, resident secretary. 

See Adv. p. 130 
General Billposting Co., Ltd., The, offices, 29 North Lindsay st. ; ware- 
house, 28 Willison st. ; also Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Newcastle, &c. 
GENERAL FIREPROOF BUILDING PRODUCTS CO., builders' merchants, 

7 Ward road (Telephone No. 2176; Telegrams, "Concrete") 
GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, 33 Commercial street; B. L. 

Nairn & Co., agents. See Adv. p. 115 
Gentry, Thomas A., mercantile clerk, Rokeby, Queen street, B. Ferry 
George, David, ironturner, 135 Clepington road 
George, David, mechanic, 66 Peddie street 
George, John, mechanic, 3 Cleghorn street 
Gernier, Edward de, shoemaker, 148 High street, Lochee 
Gerrie, Geo. Ross, clerk, Commercial Bank ; h. 6 Kilnburn pi. , E. Newport 
Gertie, Thomas, fireman, 49 Peddie street 
Gettins, Patrick, taxi-hirer, 27 Ryehill lane ; h. 25 
Gettings, Mrs, 339 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Gibb, Alexander, ticket collector, 2 Strawberrybank 
Gibb, Alexander, calenderworker, 3 Craigie street 
Gibb, Alexander, jun., cashier, 67 Dens road 
Gibb, David, grocer and wine mer., 70 Ann street ; h. 94 Victoria road 



288 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Gibb, David, engineer, 19 Wolseley street 

Gibb, David, cashier, 10 Martin street 

Gibb, David, & Son, cloth, flax, and yarn merchants, 31 Albert square 

Gibb, Henry, butcher, 30 Victoria road (Telephone No. 1914) ; h. 151 

Gibb, James, engineer, 9 Bellefield avenue 

Gibb, James, baker, 146 Albert street ; h. 19 Baldovan terrace 

Gibb, James, 4 Collingwood terrace, Barnhill 

Gibb, James S., district secy., L.O.A.S., 9 Tally st. ; h. 195 Albert st. 

Gibb, John B., sailmaker, 61 Cowgate 

Gibb, John D., 26 Victoria street 

Gibb, John P., of J. & G. Paton, Ltd., Adderley, Monifieth 

Gibb, Sydney, motor engineer, 151 Lochee road 

Gibb, William, mechanic, 4 Bellefield avenue 

Gibb, William, warehouseman, 24 Cotton road 

Gibb, William G., mechanic, 19 Baldovan terrace 

Gibb, W. K., of David Gibb & Son, 48 Dalkeith road 

Gibb, Mrs, 69 Magdalen Yard road 

Gibb, Misses, Ashburn, Cedar road, Broughty Ferry 

Gibbons, H., customs official, Lowick, Guthrie terrace, Barnhill 

Gibbons, James H., messenger, 2 Lawrence street 

Gibbons, J., confectioner, Fruitmarket, Shore terrace 

Gibbs, Alexander R. , spinning overseer, 4 Gardner's lane 

Gibson, Alexander, 39 Lyon street 

Gibson, Alexander, of Alexander Gibson & Sons, 22 Mains road 

Gibson, Alexander G. , plasterer, 6 Ireland's lane ; h. 3 Nelson street 

Gibson, Andrew, clerk to city chamberlain, 19 Inverary terrace 

Gibson, A., & Sons, grain, hay, and straw merchants, 11 and 24 Mains 
road (Telephone No. 1372) ; h. 22 

Gibson, Professor Arnold Hartley, D.Sc, A.M.I.C.E., chair of engineer- 
ing, University College 

Gibson Brothers, fishmongers, 250 Hilltown ; h. 423 Strathmartine 
road, Downfield 

Gibson, Charles, vanman, 8 Alexander street 

Gibson, David, foreman, 21 Dock street 

Gibson, David, postman, 27 Victoria road 

Gibson, David, church officer, EastU.F. Ch.,B.F.; h, 306 Queen st.,B.F. 

Gibson, David, merchant, 262 Perth road 

Gibson, Farquharson, & Co., marine insur. brokers & average adjusters, 
26 Commercial street (Telephone No. 86 ; Telegrams, "Gibson") 

Gibson, Frederick, L.R.A.M., L.T.C.L., professor of music, organist 
and choirmaster, Gilfillan Memorial Church ; h. 30 Whitehall street 

Gibson, George, stationer and newsagent, 94 Strathmartine road ; h. 113 

Gibson, George, timekeeper, 1 Abbotsford place 

Gibson, George, & Co., Ltd., shipowners, and agents for Dundee and 
Rotterdam steamers, 17 Dock street 

Gibson, James, of Gibson & Powrie, 53 Erskine street 

Gibson, James, traveller, Beechwood lodge, Camphill road, Bro. Ferry 

Gibson, James, mason, 53 Erskine street 

Gibson, John, dairyman, 63 Hospital wynd 

Gibson, John, warehouseman, 3 Morgan street 

Gibson, John, foreman irondresser, 68 Peddie street 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 289 

Gibson, John, postman, 14 Rosefield street 

Gibson, John, of Alexander Gibson & Sons, 562 Strathm'tine rd., D'field 

Gibson, John, millforeman, 53 Hawkhil 

Gibson, John, M.R.C.V.S., veterinary surgeon, 19 and 23 Long wynd 
h. 125 Nethergate 

Gibson, Nicol, baker, 52 Dudhope street 

GIBSON & POWRIE, builders and contractors, 2 Cardean street (Tele- 
phone No. 2130). See Adv. p. 88 

Gibson, Robert, tenter, 180 Blackness road 

Gibson, Robert, lapping overseer, 42 Annfield road 

Gibson, Robert, baker, 15 Hill street 

GIBSON, ROBERT, C. E. , civil engineer and architect, 2 India buildings 
(Telephone No. 1175) ; h. 41 Forfar road (Telephone No. 2070) 

Gibson, Robert, commission agent, 31 Murray gate ; h 7 Blackness ave. 

Gibson, Roberta O., teacher, 15 Baxter Park terrace 

Gibson, R. J., of B. J. Gibson & Co., Dunellen, 79 Clepington road 

Gibson, R. J., & Co., jute merchants, 61 Meadowside (Telephone 
No. 2854; Telegrams, "Dacca") 

Gibson, Stewart, ironturner, 190a Strathmartine road 

Gibson, Thomas, plasterer and cementworker, 6 Ireland's lane ; h. 3 
Nelson street 

Gibson, Thomas, 7 Balfour street 

Gibson, Thomas, calender foreman, 109 Strathmartine road 

Gibson, William, plumber, and sub-postmaster, Dundee road, W. Ferry 

Gibson, William, Ellieslea, Ellieslea road, West Ferry 

Gibson, William B. , teacher, 288 Perth road 

Gibson, William F., blacksmith, 25 Scott street 

Gibson, W., spinning overseer, 175 Hawkhill 

Gibson, Mrs B., stationer and tobacconist, 177 Brook street; h. 177£ 

Gibson, Mrs John, 49 Forfar road 

Gibson, Mrs M. D., 4 Lytton street 

Gibson, Mrs Wm., confectioner and smallwares, Dundee rd., W. Ferry 

Gibson, Mrs, Dalbrack, Strathern road, W. Ferry (Telephone No. 260) 

Gibson, Mrs, 46 King's road 

Gibson, Miss A., nurse, 27 Morgan street 

Gibson, Miss, Invertay, Victoria road, West Ferry 

Gibson, Miss, 40 Union street, Broughty Ferry 

Gilbert, Robert H., cabinetmaker, 29 Cleghorn street 

Gilchrist, Alexander, tailor, 132 Hawkhill 

Gilchrist, Alexander, joiner, cabinetmaker, and glazier, 17 St Peter 
street and 20 Ryehill lane; h. 13 St Peter street 

Gilchrist, Alexander W., of Gilchrist Brothers, 186 Lochee road 

GILCHRIST BROTHERS, engineers and oxy-acetylene welders, 37 Benvie 
rd. (Telephone No. 2214). See Adv. p. vii. preceding title 

Gilchrist, John, carpet designer, 19 Loons road, Lochee 

Gilchrist, John Gilbert, solicitor, 9 Ward road ; h. Nithbank, Wormit 

jGrilchrist, Robert, joiner, 7 Ellen street 

pilchrist, Sydney C., of Gilchrist Brothers, 4 Tullideph road 

jjilchrist, Mrs George, 26 Lyon street 

jilchrist, Mrs James, 10 North Ellen street 

jrilchrist, Miss, 11 Gray street, Broughty Ferry 

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290 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Gildea, Hugh, teacher, St Joseph's R. C. School ; h. Forebank house, 

Forebank road 
Giles, William, brushmaker, 105 Strathmartine road 
Gilfeather, Daniel, coal and firewood merchant, 5 St Ann st., Lochee 
Gilfillan Halls, 24 Whitehall crescent ; George Edwards, caretaker 
Gilkison, Samuel, machineman, 125 Rosebery street, Lochee 
Gill, David, retired joiner, 28 Lintrathen gardens 
Gill, Herbert, chairmaker, 187 Clepington road 
Gill, John, 2 Muirfield street, Downfield 
Gillan, Alexander P., grocer's manager, 12 Rosefield street 
Gillan, David, enginedriver, 1 Ford's lane 
Gillan, James, telephone attendant, 56 Main street 
Gillan, John, shippainter, 1 Morgan street 
Gillan, Thomas, cloth inspector, 102 Caldrum street 
Gillan, William, carpetweaver, 307 Hilltown 

Gillanders, Robt., grocer and spirit mer., 127 Hilltown ; h. 35 Springhill 
Gillanders, Stephen, jute merchant, 10 Balgillo crescent, Broughty 

Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 211) 
Gillanders, William, 1 Graham place 
Gilles, Charles, shipwright, 32 Benvie road 
Gillespie, James, lapper, 28 Kincardine street 

Gillespie, Peter, general secretary, North of Scotland Horse and Motor- 
men's Association, 27 Bank street ; h. 3 Dalhousie terrace 
Gillespie, Thos., chauffeur, West Rockfield, Perth rd.; h. Shaftesbury rd. 
Gillespie, Miss L., church-officer, Dudhope Free Ch. ; h. 28 Kincardine st. 
Gillies, Arch., builder and contractor, 1 Churchill pi., Castle st., B. Ferry 
Gillies, Graham, 61^ Perth road 

GILLIES, JAMES, cabinetmaker, upholsterer, removal contractor, and 
funeral undertaker, 186 and 188 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
(Telephone No. B.F. 208) ; h. Beach Crescent house. See Adv. p. 106 
Gillies, John, stationmaster, Bro. Ferry Station ; h. 237 Brook st., B.F. 
Gillies, William, coal agent, 2 Oswald place, Long lane, Broughty Ferry 
Gillies, Mrs Ann, dressmaker, 46 Dudhope Crescent road 
Gilligan, Miss Mary, dairy keeper and grocer, 110 Hilltown 
Gillon, Hugh, stationer and tobacconist, 2 Brook street 
Gilmour, Alexander, 90 American Muir road, Downfield 
Gilmour, Alex. G., of D. J. T. Gray & Co., Pitfour, Glencarse 
Gilmour, Frank B. , slater, 164 St Vincent street, Broughty Ferry 
Gilroy, Alex. Bruce (Gilroy, Sons, & Co., Ltd.), Castleroy, Panmure 

street, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 4) 
Gilroy, Alexander, & Co. , merchants, 54 Bell street 
Gilroy, C. E., of Alexander Gilroy & Co., The Grange, Monifieth 
Gilroy, George A. (Gilroy, Sons, & Co., Ltd.), Clatto, Cupar Fife 
Gilroy, H. B. , of Alexander Gilroy & Co. , The Croft, Albany rd. , W. Ferry 
Gilroy, Sons, & Company, Limited, merchants, jute spinners and manu- 
facturers, Tay Works ; office, 1 Lochee road 
Gilroy, William, 8 Rosewood terrace 

Gilroy, Miss, Rowanbank, Camphill road, Broughty Ferry 
Gilruth, John, confectioner, 41 Dallfield walk 

Gilruth, Miss Jessie, draper, 25 Hilltown ; h. 44 Albert street, Tayport 
Gilruth, Miss, milliner, 8 Logie street, Lochee; h. 133 City road 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 291 

Girdwood, George, & Co., engravers, lithographic and letterpress printers, 
manufacturing and mercantile stationers, 3 Panmure street (Tele- 
phone No. 2435; Telegrams, "Girdwood, Stationers") 

Girdwood, Miss, Lebanon place, St Vincent street, Broughty Ferry 

"Girls' Weekly," Courier pi., 2 Albert sq. ; D. C. Thomson & Co. Ld.,prop. 

Girrity, Misses M. and K., Westgrove, Blackness road 

Gladstone, William Ewart, machineman, 18 Caldrum street 

Glancy, Philip, wine and spirit merchant, 208 Overgate 

Glasgow and West of Scotland Guardian Society, Ltd. , for the Protection 
of Trade, 87 Commercial st. (Teleph. No. 1105); C. O.Griffith,dist.mgr. 

Glass, Alexander, sand merchant, 28 King street 

Glass, Andrew H., clerk, 16 Maryfield terrace 

Glass, Andrew P. B., secretary, Thomas Bell & Sons, of Dundee, Ltd. ; 
h. Elm wood, 25 Thomson street 

Glass, David, bobbinturner, 5 Coupar street, Lochee 

Glass, George G., journalist, 24 Bank avenue, Downfield 

GLASS, JAMES S., wire work manufacturer, 309 and 311 Brook street, 
Broughty Ferry 

Glass, Mrs B. L., 21 Perth road 

Glass, Miss Mary, 25 Maryfield terrace 

Glassey, Thomas, compositor, 4 American Muir road, Downfield 

Gleeson, Miss Helen, confectioner, 19 Kinnaird st. ; h. 9 Mortimer st. 

Glen, Alexander, mechanic, 83 Cobden street, Lochee 

Glen, George, confectioner, 16 Rosebank road 

Glen, James, caretaker, 85 Blackscroft 

Glen, James, mechanic, 5 Kilberry street, Lochee 

Glen, John R., mechanic, 29 Cleghorn street 

Glen, Thomas J., musician, 57 Provost road 

Glen, Mrs, 3 Cox street 

Glenday, George, carter, 11 Clepington street 

Glenday, John, draper, 73 Gray st. , Broughty Ferry ; h. 47 Queen st. , B. F. 

Glenday, John, currier, 38 Kemback street 

Glennan, Thomas, insurance agent, 11 Bellefield avenue 

Glennie, Isabella, confectioner, 88 Blackscroft ; h. 1 South Baffin street 

Glenny, David J. (Reid, Johnston, & Glenny), 34 Reform street ; h. 40 
Magdalen Yard road 

Glenny, Henry S. (Reid, Johnston, & Glenny), solicitor and notary 
public, 34 Reform street ; h. 40 Magdalen Yard road 

Gloack, Miss Agnes, teacher, Fernbank, Dundee road, West Ferry 

Gloag, Charles C, wine and spirit mercht. , 106 Dura st. ; h. 4 Mains loan 

Gloak, David F. , coppersmith, 3 Arbroath road 

Gloak, Mrs William, 46 Logie street, Lochee 

Glover, James, fruiterer and florist, 21 Westport ; h. 3 Blackness avenue 

Glover, Vincent A., clerk, 3 Blackness avenue 

Glover, Mrs K., fruiterer, 53 Albert street 

Godfrey & Co., manufacturers and merchants, 1 Royal Exchange place 
(Telephone Nos. 32, 33; Telegrams, "Godfrey") 

Godfrey, C. T., of F. Rosenstern & Co., Gynack, Panmure street, 
Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 49) 

Godfrey, David, of Godfrey & Co., Bramblebank, Holly road, Broughty 
Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 358) 



292 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Gold, William, joiner, 27 Provost road 
Gold, William, jute warehouseman, 10 Park avenue 
Gold, Mrs David S., 1 Reres terrace, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry- 
Gold, Mrs William, 2 Lytton street 
Golder, Matthew, 11 Bradbury street, Downfield 
G oldie, Archibald, assistant millmanager, 37 High street, Lochee 
Goldie, David, registered plumber, 3 Thomson street 
Goldie, Henry, plumber, 18 Ferry road 
Golding, Isaiah, carpetweaver, 78 Clepington road 
Gollan, Hector, & Son, Ltd. , wholesale jewellers, watch factors, and 

hardware merchants, 36 Commercial street 
Gonnella, Frank, modeller, 4 Cleghorn street 
Gonnella, Giuseppe, of J. Gonnella & Co., consular agent for Italy, 81 

Nethergate ; h. 1 Gowrie place 
Gonnella, J., & Co., modellers, figuremakers, and importers of Italian 

sculpture, 81 Nethergate 
Good, James, grocer, spirit mer., 107 Lochee rd.; h. 179 Blackness rd. 
Good, Mrs Henry, grocer, 14 Bell street ; h. 16 
Goodall, Alexander, painter, 21 Milnbank road 
Goodall, James Low, woodturner, 43 Benvie road 
Goodfellow, Andrew, baker, 204 Hawkhill 
Goodfellow, Arnot, cardriver, 47 Benvie road 
Goodfellow, David, tanner, 2 Molison street 

Goodfellow & Steven, bakers, 85 Gray st., Bro. Ferry (Tele. No. B.F. 129) 
Goodfellow, Stewart, 306 Queen street, Broughty Ferry 
Goodfellow, S. D., 3 Dalhousie terrace, Dalhousie road, Barnhill 
Goodlet, I. & M. , drapers, 34 Polepark road 
Goodman, Mrs James, 3 Annfield street 

Gordon, Adam, joiner, housefactor, and funeral undertaker, 124 Strath- 
"martine rd. (Tele. No. 1431) ; h. 286 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Gordon, Charles, baker, 63 Crescent street 

Gordon, David, ex-police inspector, Seaward pi. , Esplanade, Bro. Ferry 
Gordon, David, yarndresser, 38 Caldrum street 
Gordon, E. Leighton, music teacher, 20 Union street 
Gordon, George, packer, 32 Constitution street 
Gordon, George C, shipmaster, 5 Morgan street 

Gordon, James, house and insur. agt., 30 Reform st. ; h. 2 Gowrie place 
Gordon, James, 74 Forfar road 
Gordon, James, engineer, 32 Inverary terrace 
Gordon, James, insurance treasurer, 16 Forebank road 
Gordon, James, chief engineer, 91 Fort street, Broughty Ferry 
Gordon, James, warehouseman, 27 Wolseley street 
Gordon, James, fishmonger, 18 Brook street ; h. 70 Hilltown 
Gordon, James M., clerk, 151 Lochee road 
Gordon, Jane, dressmaker, 270 Perth road 
Gordon, John, seaman, 29 Park avenue 

Gordon, John, manager, Wellington St. Factory ; h. 397 Clepington road 
Gordon, John, dental operator, 8a King street 
Gordon, John M., assurance agent, 49 Milnbank road 
Gordon, Ronald M., dental surgery, 73 Murraygate ; h, 8a King street 
Gordon, Samuel, yarndresser, 23 Church street 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 293 

Gordon, Sidney R. , Bracken lodge, 582 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Gordon, Thos., grocer, spirit mer., 160 Lochee road ; h. 4 Lawside road 

Gordon, Thomas, baker, 56 Dudhope street 

Gordon, T. L., joiner, 25 Union place 

Gordon, William, irontnrner, 1 Ferguson street 

Gordon, William, railway servant, 6 North George street 

Gordon, Mrs H. H., The Hut, Strathern road, West Ferry 

Gordon, Mrs James, fish merchant, 70 Hilltown 

Gordon, Mrs, confectioner, 12 Cotton road 

Gorrie, Alexander, mechanic, 15 North street 

Gorrie, David L., railway servant, 76 Lochee road 

Gorrie, Jane, teacher, 105 Clepington road 

Gorrie, Laurence S., photographic operator, 10 Bellefield avenue 

Gorrie, Peter, L.D.S., F.P.S.G., dental surgeon, 148 Nethergate 

Gorrie, William, M.D., Ch.B., D.P.H., physician and surgeon (medical 

officer of health for burgh of Monifieth), 12 and 14 King street 
Gorrie, Mrs, 18 Bellefield avenue 
Gorthy, James G., clerk, 61 Provost road 
Gorthy, John, hacklemaker, 70 Ure street 
Gorton, Mrs, 25 Perth road 

Gorton, Miss Jane, dressmaker, 26 Gardner street 
Gouch, A. M., gardener, Reres House lodge, Broughty Ferry 
Goudie, Samuel S., agent, Commercial Bank ; h. Craig Lee, Dundee 

road, West Ferry (Telephone No. 159) 
Gouick, H. , shoemaker, 5 Annfield road 
Gouk, John, cabinetmaker, 153 Lochee road 
Gouk, Miss, Taybank, Church street, Broughty Ferry 
Gould, Charles, baker, 63 Dens road 
Gourlay, Archibald C, chauffeur, 2 Ford's lane 
Gourlay, David, fireman, 23 Union place 
Gourlay, David A., 6 Bellefield avenue 
Gourlay, Peter, butcher, 15 Kirkton road, Downfield 
Gourlay, William, detective officer, 2 Francis street 
Gourlay, William, dairyman, 1 Stirling road 
Gourlay, Mrs, 337 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Gove, David W., transport officer, 8 Nicoll street 
Gove, James, commission agent, 3 Salisbury place, Castle street, B. F. 
Gove, Joseph, dairyman, 80 Old Craigie road 
Gove, Miss Mary, draper, 21 Wolseley street 
Gow, Alexander, blacksmith, 41 Rosebank street 
Gow, Alexander, shuttlemaker, 135 Alexander street 
Gow, Archibald, cowfeeder, 176 LifF road, Lochee 
Gow, Charles, assistant inspector of poor, 285 Hawkhill 
Gow, Chas., grocer, wine & spirit mer. , 16 Albert st.; h. 19 Baxter Pk. ter. 
Gow, Daniel, of Brown & Gow, 82 Victoria road 
Gow, George H. , ship's officer, 327 Clepington road 
Gow, George R., 5 Collingwood terrace, Barnhill 
Gow, James, upholsterer, 1 Bruce street 

Gow, James, grocer and spiritdealer, 160 Ann street ; h. 3 Argyle street 
Gow, James, clerk, 4 Gray's lane, Lochee 
Gow, James C, licensed grocer, 104, 106 Albert st. ; h. 10 Clepington rd. 



294 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Gow, James R., of John R. Gow & Sons, 31 Windsor street 

Gow, John, joiner, 127 Blackscroft 

Gow, John, ironturner, 35 Rosefield street 

GOW, JOHN, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 225 Brook street, 

Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 13y) ; h. Taybank, Church 

street, B.F. See Adv. p. 56 
Gow, John, cooper, 38 Ure street 

GOW, JOHN R., & SONS, gunmakers, fishing-rod and tackle manufac- 
turers, 12 Union street (Telephone No. 2127). See Adv. p. 47 
Gow & Ross, Ltd., Scotch whisky merchants, 35 St Andrew's street 
Gow, William, commission agent, 1 Forebank terrace 
Gow, William B. Thomson, shipmaster, 6 Westpark gardens 
Gow, William C, department manager, 18 Maryfield terrace 
Gow, Mrs A. F. , apartments, 20 Airlie place 
Gow, Mrs Elizabeth, 33 Seymour street 
Gow, Mrs Robina A., 3 Rustic place 
Gowans, Andrew, fitter, 9 Rosebery street 

Gowans, Chas. S., wholesale stationer and paper mer., 18 Dudhope st. 
Gowans, Colin, broker, 38 James street ; h. 30 
Gowans, David, of David Gowans & Son, 25 Ferry road, Monifieth 
Gowans, David, & Son, solicitors, 26 Commercial street 
Gowans, George, mechanic, 10 Lorimer street 

Gowans, Harry, restaurateur, 3 Milnbank road ; h. 16 Lawrence street 
Gowans, James, baker, 157 Lochee road 
Gowans, Mrs J. H., nurse (C.M.B.), medical masseuse (London Cert.), 

7 Gladstone terrace, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Gracie, Charles, tenter, 22 Victoria street 

Gracie, John West, jute warehouseman, 10 Brown Constable street 
Gracie, William Davidson, chartered accountant, 2 Union street ; h. 40 

Dalgleish road 
Gracie, William P., hatter and hosier, 17 and 19 Murraygate (Telephone 

No. 2669) ; h. 4 Richmond terrace 
Grady, James, butcher, 22 Morgan street 
Grady, James, shipplater, 8 South Baffin street 

Grady, Miss Madge, confectioner, 123 Hilltown ; h. 22 Morgan street 
Grafton, David Skene, lieut., R.N.R., 47 Magdalen Yard road 
Graham, Alexander, commercial traveller, 17 Baxter Park terrace 
Graham, Archibald, of Dundee Produce Co., 39 Dock street 
Graham, A., enginedriver, 38 Step row 
GRAHAM, CHARLES, house furnisher and property agent, 41 and 43 St 

Peter street ; h. Ashcliffe, East Newport. See Adv. p. 80 
Graham, Chas. F., customs officer, Customhse. ; h. 14 Albert st., M'fieth 
Graham, David H., messenger, Royal Bank, Highst. ; h. 1 Dallfield ter. 
Graham, David &, bottle inspector, 2 Blyth place 
Graham, Donald, grocer and wine merch., 198-200 Brook st., Bro. Ferry 

(Telephone No. B.F. 134) ; h. Invermay, 2 Victoria pi., Queen st.,B.F. 
Graham, Edward, fireman, 23 Park avenue 
GRA.HAM, FERRIER, & CO., jute, yarns, and cloth, 14 Victoria chambers 

(Telephone No. 2071 ; Telegrams, "Looms"). See Adv. p. 29 
Graham, Francis B., of Melville & Graham, 540 Strathmartine rd. , D'field 
Graham, Jas., painter and decorator, 157 Hawkhill; h. 260 Blackness rd. 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 295 

Graham, James, artist, 16 Seafield road 

Graham, James A., of J. A. & T. Graham, Northlea, Strathern rd., B. F. 
Graham, James M., manager, Employment Exchange, 54 and 55 Dock 

street ; h. 6 James place, Broughty Ferry 
Graham, John M., warehouseman, 144 City road 
Graham, Joseph, compositor, 84 Ferry road 

Graham, J. A. & T., solicitors and notaries public, 2 Union street 
Graham, Rev. J. Miller, Park U.F. Church; h. 26 Dalkeith road 
Graham, J., painter, 260 Blackness road 
Graham, J., engineer, 45 Church street, Broughty Ferry 
Graham, Thomas, butcher, 12 Rosefield street 
Graham, William, mason, 13 Gibb's lane, Lochee 
Graham, William, enginedriver, 49 Taylor's lane 
Graham, Mrs Alexander, dressmaker, 14 Stewart street, Lochee 
Graham, Mrs G. T., 4 Springfield 
Graham, Mrs James, 42 Step row 
Graham, Mrs Jane, 1 Dallfield terrace 
Graham, Mrs J. , draper, 82 Ferry road 
Graham, Mrs William, apartments, 10 Cleghorn street 
Graham, Mrs, 59 Pitkerro road 

Graham, Miss Agnes, organist, HawkhillBapt. Ch. ; h. Ashcliffe, E. N'port 
Grainger, James, insurance agent, 44 Ann street 
Granato, Fred., confectioner, 166 High street, Lochee ; h. 99 
Grand Theatre, King street, Broughty Ferry ; P. Chambers, proprietor 
Grandison, Samuel, carpenter, 84 Ferry road 
Grandison, Stephen R., boatman, 80 Ferry road 
Grandison, S. D., frenchpolisher, 21 North Tay street 
Grandy, Miss, 180 Perth road 

Grant, Alex., coal agt., 181 Brook st., Bro. Ferry ; h. 59 Brown st., B.F 
Grant, Allan, agent, 71 Perth road 
Grant, Archibald, joiner, 1 Pitfour street 
Grant, Charles, moulder, 20 Tannadice street 
Grant, David, enginedriver, 268 Blackness road 
Grant, David, of William Grant & Son, Parkhill, 10 Jedburgh road 
Grant, David, cycle agent, 102, 110 Alexander st. ; h. 63 N. Wellington st. 
Grant, David, potato salesman, 5 Dallfield terrace 
Grant, David, gardener, 34 Benvie road 
Grant, Duncan R., clerk, 13 Forest Park road 
Grant, Elizabeth, 29 Seymour street 
Grant, Ernest, Red Court, Broughty Ferry 
Grant, Eugene, marine engineer, 48 South Tay street 
Grant, E., commission agent, 19 High street (Telephone Nos. 792, 793 ; 

Telegrams, "Commission ") ; h. 48 South Tay street 
Grant, Forbes, clerk, 11a Muirfield road, Downfield 
Grant, Frank, grocer's assistant, 4 Gardner street 
Grant, Frederick, mechanic, 1 Gowrie street 
GRANT, F. AIRTH, stockbroker, 13 Albert square (Teleph. Nos. 2155, 645 ; 

Telegrams, "Magians") ; h. Ayrebrayde, Forthill road, Broughty 

Ferry (Teleph. No. B.F. 315) 
Grant, George, tenter, 25 Union place 
Grant, George M., M.B., 4 Campfield road, Broughty Ferry 



296 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Grant, G. C. Lindsay, Edwinton, Strathern road, West Eerry 

Grant, Herbert S. , grocer, spirit mer. , 26 Princes st. ; h. 41 Baldovan ter. 

Grant, James, mechanic, 32 Main street 

Grant, James, solicitor, 31 Reform st. ; h. 1 Alpha ter., Brook st., B.F. 

Grant, James, tailor and clothier, 195 Perth road ; h. 193 

Grant, James, joiner, 3 Cardean street 

Grant, James, of John Grant & Sons, Ltd. , Kingennie house (Telephone 

No. 41 Monifieth) 
Grant, James, 13 Albert street 

Grant, James, park ranger, Reres cottage, Monifieth road, Bro. Ferry 
Grant, James M., boot and shoe maker, 78 King st. ; h. 15 Chalmers sb. 
Grant, John, draper's traveller, 4 Eden street 

Grant, John, of John Grant & Co. , 4 Yewbank avenue, Broughty Ferry 
Grant, John, manager, Pitalpin Works, Lochee ; h. 41 Pitalpin street 
Grant, John, hosepipeweaver, 28 Kinloch street 

Grant, John, & Co., sack merchts., 20 St Andrew's st. (Telep. No. 1382) 
Grant, John J., mercantile clerk, 57 Strathmore road 
GRANT, JOHN, & SONS, LTD. , millers and grain merchants, 23 High st. ; 

and Craigmills, Strathmartine (Telephone No. 826, private branch 

exchange ; Telegrams," Strath," Dundee). See Adv. p. 54 
Grant, Joseph, contractor, Margaret cottage, 350 Brook st., Bro. Ferry 
Grant, Joseph, traveller, 11 Fort street, Broughty Ferry 
Grant, Rev. J. Howitt, M. A., High U.F. Church j h. 10 Adelaide place 
Grant, J. H. S., retired ironfounder, 60 Bell street 
Grant, Peter, attendance officer, Education Offices ; h. 57 Cleghorn st. 
Grant, Peter, clerk, Inglewood, Queen street, Broughty Ferry 
Grant, Robert, M.D., 46 Farington street 
Grant, Robert F., circulation manager, Dundee Courier ; h. 1 Prospect 

terrace, Hill street, Broughty Ferry 
Grant, Stephen, commercial traveller, 25 Morgan street 
Grant, William M., of John M. Watson & Son, Bellevue, W. Newport 
Grant, William, & Son, butchers and cattledealers, 54 Westport and 

187 Blackness road ; h. 10 Jedburgh road 
Grant, W. G., &Co., Ltd., jutespinners, manufacturers, and merchants, 

Dundee Linen Works, 31 Constitution st. (Teleph. Nos. 493, 494 ; 

Telegrams, " Giffron " ; Exch. Box No. 58) and Laing Street Works 
Grant, Mrs A. S., 5 Forfar road 
Grant, Mrs C, milk merchant, Whitton street 
Grant, Mrs E. M., 3 Stewart terrace, Dalhousie road, Barnhill 
Grant, Mrs Hugh, 18 Louise terrace, Grove road, West Ferry 
Grant, Mrs May, 54 Magdalen Yard road 

Grant, Miss J. A., grocer, spiritdealer, 184Hawkhill ; h. 9 Balgay avenue 
Grant, Miss Nellie A., manageress, Straton's Ltd. ; h. 11 Dudhope st. 
Grant, Misses, 2 Links place, Broughty Ferry 
Grassie, James, railway passenger guard, 9 Pitkerro road 
Grassie, William, clerk, 10 Molison street 
Gravill, Mrs, 16 Lynnewood place 

Gray, Agnes, stationer and tobacconist, 134 Brook street 
Gray, Alexander, stevedore, 55 Ferry road 
Gray, Alexander, foreman, 167 Alexander street 
Gray, Alexander, powerloom tenter, 6 Kinnaird street 



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Gray, Alexander S., boot warehouseman, 25 Rose street 
Gray, Alfred, postmaster, 62 High st. , Lochee ; h. 5 Helenbank, Lochee 
Gray, Andrew, spinning overseer, 86 Peddie street 
GRAY, ANDREW, shipchandler, oil, paint, and colour merchant, 60 

Dock street ; h, 25 East Haddon road. See Adv. p. 18 
Gray, Andrew, engineer, 22 Miller's wynd 
Gray, Andrew, foreman fitter, 21 Morgan street 
Gray, Charles, coal, brick, lime, cement, stucco, fireclay, and common 

clay goods merchant, office and stores, 44 East Dock street; h. 

1 Chalmers street 
Gray, Charles, builder and joiner, 60 Strathmartine road j h. 22 Muir- 

field crescent, Downfield 
Gray, David, stevedore, 76 Watson street 
Gray, David, tenter, 8 Parker street 
Gray, David, stationer, 101 Gray street, Broughty Ferry 
Gray, David, calenderer, 43 Baldovan terrace 
Gray, David, baker, 1 Kilberry street, Lochee 

Gray, David B., grocer, spirit mer., 192Hilltown j h. 182 Strathmtn. rd. 
Gray, David Dunn, spirit merchant, 24 Wellgate ; h, Lanfene villa, 

King street, Broughty Ferry 
Gray, Dora, 69 Gray street, Broughty Ferry 

Gray, Douglas, nursery manager, 100 American Muir road, Downfield 
Gray, D. J. T., & Co., merchants, 67 Cowgate 
Gray, Edward, clerk, 37 Strathmartine road 
Gray, Eliza Y., pastrybaker, 30 Strathmartine road ; h. 36 
Gray, Frank, journalist, 14 Forfar road 

Gray, Geo., newspaper correspdt. , 3 Taypark place, Long lane, Bro. Ferry 
Gray, George, clerk, 16 Muirfield crescent, Downfield 
Gray, James, brassfinisher, 6 Tulloch crescent 
Gray, James, dyeworker, 3 Glamis street 
Gray, James D., pastrybaker, 11 Strathmartine road 
Gray, James L., draper, 199 Perth road 
Gray, James M., solicitor, consular agent for France, 69 Reform street ; 

h. Taymouth villa, Carnoustie 
Gray, James W., grocer, 66 Hawkhill; ft. 16 Union place 
Gray, John, butcher, 183 Princes st. ; h. 31a Magdalen Yard road 
Gray, John, of Davidson & Gray, Struiebrae, East Newport 
Gray, John, 9 Blackness avenue 

Gray, John, butcher, 234 Brook st., Bro. Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 123) 
Gray, John C. , artist, 480 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Gray, John S. , chauffeur, 86 South road, Lochee 
Gray, John Y., 4 Duff street 

Gray, Joseph, artist, 14 Kerrington crescent, Barnhill 
GRAY, J. & J., cabinetmakers and joiners, painters and paperhangers, 

Venetian blind makers, funeral undertakers, and valuators, 18 to 

30 Perth road (Telephone No. 607). See Adv. p. 79 
Gray, J. L., confectioner, 141 Hawkhill ; h. 195 Perth road 
Gray, J. S., shipmaster, 2 Hartington place, Brook street, Bro'ty Ferry 
Gray, Peter, 36 Strathmartine road 

Gray, Peter, furniture dealer, 259 Hilltown ; h. 333 Loons road 
Gray, Peter, 142 Perth road 

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298 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Gray, Robert C. , tenter, 42 Strathmartine road 

Gray, Robert H., of Macdonald & Gray, 9 Blackness avenue 

Gray, Robertson, & Co. , solicitors and notaries public, 69 Reform st. 

Gray, R. W., agent, 164 Clepington road 

Gray, Stanis, confectioner, 21 Burnside street, Lochee ; h. 29 

Gray Street Works, Gray st., Lochee ; D. H. Fleming, Sons, & Co., Ltd. 

Gray, Thomas, teacher, 42 Muirfield crescent, Downfield 

Gray, Thomas F., supt., Refuge Assurance Co. ; h. 48 Constitution st. 

Gray, William, cashier, 7 Chalmers street 

Gray, William, of Dundee Produce Co. , 3 Bellefield avenue 

Gray, William, & Son, bottlers and wine merchants, 52, 54, 58, and 60 

Fort street, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 121) 
Gray, W., R.S.M., Black Watch, Drill hall, Bell street 
Gray, Mrs Baxter, Merlewood, Hill street, Broughty Ferry 
Gray, Mrs Birrell, 7 Hunter place, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 
Gray, Mrs J. Scott, 5 Greenfield place 
Gray, Mrs Thomas, 10 Mortimer place 
Gray, Miss Alice J. , teacher of music, 146 Nethergate 
Gray, Miss Ethel M., teacher of music, 146 Nethergate 
Gray, Miss L., newsagent, 129 High street, Lochee ; h. 8 Gray's lane 
Gray, Miss Madge, teacher of music, 146 Nethergate 
Gray, Miss M. , music teacher, 29b Strathmartine road ; h 42 
Gray, Miss W. , Merlewood, Hill street, Broughty Ferry 
Gray, Miss, dressmaker and milliner, 26 Albert street 
Gray, Miss, Drummore, Whinnybrae, Broughty Ferry 
Gray, Miss, 13 Pitkerro road 
Great North of Scotland Railway Co., 9 Whitehall crescent (Telephone 

No. 490; Telegrams, "Travel") 
Greece, Consular agent — John M. Hunter Mitchell, 39 Dock street 
Green, B. E. , 8 Home terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Green, John, milloverseer, 103 Rosebery street, Lochee 
Green, L. , stationer and tobacconist, 60 Brook street ; h. 58 
Green, Sydney, engineer, 11 Meadow street 
Green, Miss Alison, 142 Perth road 

Greener, John W., coal merchant, 38 Lochee road ; h. 15 
GREENHILL, JAMES D., chemist, 73 Overgate; h. 12Gillburnrd., Downfield 
Greenhill, James K., goods guard, 66 Peddie street 
Greenhill, J. Kenneth, secy., Alliance Trust Co., Ltd., and Western & 

Hawaiian Investment Co., Ltd. ; h. Kinburn East, St Andrews 
Gi'eenhill, Thomas, carter, 51 Crescent street 
Greenlees & Sons, boot manufacturers, 4 Wellgate, 112 Hawkhill ; 71 

High street, Lochee ; and 218 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Greenwood, Mrs Walter, manageress, 62 William street 
Gregor, John, teacher, 9 Blackness avenue 
Gregory, Edwin, bricklayer, 13 Kirkton road, Downfield 
Gregory, Fred. S., of William Gray & Son, 56 Fort street, Bro. Ferry 
Gregory, F. J., of F. J. Gregory & Co., Castle cottage, Tayport 
Gregory, F. J. , & Co. , produce brokers, 9 Commercial street 
Gregory, Mrs C. , tobacconist and newsagent, 65 Victoria road ; h. 63 
Gregory, Mrs J. C, Twin villa, Whinnybrae, Broughty Ferry 
Greig, Alexander, painter, 13 Anniield row 



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Greig, A. S., butcher, 170 Hawkhill; h. 21 Bank street, Arbroath 

Greig Brothers, butchers, 5 Albert street (Telephone No. 2212) 

Greig, David, hairdresser and tobacconist, 46 Princes st. ; h. 28 Springhill 

Greig, David, manager, La wsideWks.; h. 1 Seaward pi., Esplanade, B.Fy. 

Greig, David, gardener, 239 King street, Broughty Ferry 

Greig, David B., telephone test clerk, 19 Brown Constable street 

Greig, D., car conductor, 10 Carmichael street 

Greig, D. M., CM., F.R.C.S.Ed., surgeon, 25 South Tay street (Tele- 
phone No. 659) 

Greig, George, constable, 24 Nelson street 

Greig, George, licensed grocer, 2 Hawkhill ; h. 4 William street 

Greig, George, stationmaster, Lochee Station ; h. 42 Cobden street 

Greig, Geo. A., painter, art dealer, 41a Hawkhill ; h. 2Reres ter., B. Fy. 

Greig, James, joiner and builder, 98 Strathmartine rd. ; h 37 Stirling st. 

Greig, James, overseer, 49 Annfield road 

Greig, John > clerk, Gas Office ; h. 29 Lintrathen gardens 

Greig, John, postman, 58 Provost road 

Greig, John, cloth inspector, 91 Peddie street 

Greig, John A., accountant, Clydesdale Bank ; h. 21 Craig rd., Tayport 

Greig, John H. C. , grain merchant, 324 Hawkhill ; confectioner, 228 
Blackness road ; h. 55 Strathmore road 

Greig, Peter, sorting clerk, 327 Clepington road 

Greig, R. M'Gavin, of R. M'Gavin Greig & Co., 4 Westfield place 

Greig, R. M'Gavin, & Co., merchants and manufacturers, 1 Smellie's lane 

Greig, Thomas Cattanach, clerk, 133 Perth road 

Greig, William, assurance agent, 4 Elizabeth street 

Greig, William, dockmaster, 5 Graham place 

Greig, Mrs D., grocer, 241 Lochee road ; h. 158 City road 

Greig, Mrs Ellen, 14 Forfar road 

Greig, Mrs R. M'Gavin, 5 Richmond terrace 

Greig, Mrs, Lindean, Perth road 

Greig, Mrs, Carsegray, Blackness road 

Greig, Miss Mary, ladies' tailor, 270 Perth road 

Greive, David, waiter, 106 Hawkhill 

Greive, Mrs John, 59 Perrie street, Lochee 

Gresham Fire and Accident Insurance Society, Ltd., 30 Reform street 
(Telephone No. 1903) ; J. Grant Murray, branch manager 

Gresham Life Assurance Society, Ltd., 30 Reform street; Charles 
Scrymgeour, district agent (Telephone No. 1903) 

Grewar, David, butcher, 144 Albert street 

Grewar, George, grocer, wine mer., 164 Blackness road; h. 5 Park av. 

Grewar, James, shipwright, 23 Baldovan terrace 

Grewar, James, lorry man, 10 Craigie street 

Grewar, John, engineer, The Gunge, 306 Blackness road 

Grewar, John, 16 Lime street, Logie 

Grewar, William, harbour porter, 5 Park avenue 

Grey Lodge Settlement, 9 Wellington street ; Miss E. Batting, warden 

Grieve, Alexander, 23 Frederick street, Downfield 

Grieve, Alexander R., marine engineer, 121a Hawkhill 

Grieve, Balfour, ship joiner, 7 Graham place 

Grieve, David, engineer, 9 Eden street 



300 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Grieve, David B. , clerk, 34 Albert street 

Grieve, Elizabeth J., confectioner, 61 Logie street, Lochee; h. 59 

Grieve, James, blacksmith, 5 Baffin street 

Grieve, James, postman, 180 Lochee road 

Grieve, John, gardener, Abertay, Dalhousie road, Barnhill 

Grieve, Robert, clerk, 11 South George street 

Grieve, Robert, water inspr., Water Commission buildings, 10 Ward 

road 
Grieve, Thomas, chauffeur, 126 Gray street, Broughty Ferry 
Grieve, Walter, goods guard, 212 Blackness road 
Grieve, William, gardener, Hazelwood cottage, Ellieslea road, West 

Ferry 
Grieve, William, confectioner, 21 Liff road, Lochee 
Grieve, William, confectioner, 63 Logie street, Lochee 
Grieve, William D. , coal merchant, 25 Wellgrove street, Lochee 
Grieve, Miss C, 14 Rugby terrace, Esplanade, Broughty Ferry 
Grieve, Miss W. R., certificated nurse, 30 North Lindsay street 
Griffin, James, chimneysweeper, 47 Princes street 
Griffith, C. O., F.L.A.A., accountant, 87 Commercial street (Telephone 

No. 1105) ; h. Downiemount, Tayport 
Grimmond, James, dairyman, 108 South road, Lochee 
Grimmond, James K., saddler, 8 Blinshall street 
Grimmond, Thomas, confectioner, 5 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Grimmond, Thomas B. , market gardener, Forthill feus, Balgillo rd. , B.F. 
Grimond, J. & A. D., Limited, merchants, jute spinners, and manufrs., 

Bowbridge Works, Thistle st. ; Maxwelltown Works, 25 North 

George st. ; and West Ward Works, 22 Blinshall street (Telephone 

No. 1500) ; regd. office, Bowbridge Works (Teleph. No. 258, 5 lines ; 

Telegrams, " Grimonds," Dundee, London, Manchester, New York, 

Toronto) 
Grimond, J. B.,of J. &A. D. Grimond, Ltd., 8 Abbotsfordcres., St Andrews 
Grimond, William, 298 King street, Broughty Ferry 
Grimond, Miss, Carbet castle, Camphill road, Broughty Ferry 
Groat, Mrs Margaret, 6 Tait's lane 
Grogan, Robert, fireman, 201 Strathmartine road 
Gron, M. E., & Son, merchants, 13 Ward road 
Grosett, Alexander, tailor, 5 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
Grossart, Mrs, matron, Ashcliff Children's Home, Ashcliff, Perth road 
Groundwater, George M. , chief superintendent, P. O. ; h. 55 Pitkerro rd. 
Grove Dairy Co., 121b Hawkhill 
Grove Mills, Lower pleasance ; A. P. Mathewson & Co., jute spinners 

(Telephone No. 924) 
Groves, David, marine officer, 1 Thornbank street 
Grubb, David, mechanic, 113 Strathmartine road 
Grubb, David, iron turner, 46 Reform street 
Grubb, George, blacksmith and horseshoer, 370 Brook street, Broughty 

Ferry ; h. 2 St Vincent place, Long lane, B.F. 
Grubb, John, assistant superintendent, Fishmarket ; h. 27 Lyon street 
Grubb, Thomas, foreman carter, 58 East Dock street 
Grubbe, Mrs Arnot, grocer and dairykeeper, 52 Hilltown; A. 72 Princes st 
Grund, Otto, shipmaster, 13 East Kerrington crescent, Barnhill 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 301 

GUARDIAN ASSURANCE COMPANY, Limited (Life, Fire, Loss of Profits, 
Employers' Liability, Burglary, all risks, Fidelity and Marine) ; 
branch office, 1 Charlotte square, Edinburgh; H. Melville Grey, 
resident secretary. Dundee Sub-Branch, 4 Panmure street (Tele- 
hone No. 1978). See Adv. p. 117 

Guest, Joseph B., photographer, 29 Seymour street 

Guild, Alexander Mackenzie, of A. & J. Guild, 12 Hope st., St Andrews 

Guild, A. & J., stockbrokers, 31 Albert square (Telephone No. 1578 ; 
Telegrams, " Guild ") 

Guild, David, late postman, 18 Ellen street 

Guild, Geo. S., mill and factory furnisher, engineers' factor, leather 
and oil merchant, 11 a Bell st. ; h. Woodside, Maryfield rd., B. Ferry 

Guild, James, cabinetmaker, 57 Strathmore road 

Guild, James, waiter, 22 Annfield road 

Guild, James, policeman, 18 City road 

Guild, James M., grocer, 19 Strathmartine road 

Guild, John, ironturner, 56 Lilybank road 

Guild, John, coaldealer, 55 Links cottages, Bronghty Ferry 

Guild, Thomas, chauffeur, North lodge, Tircarra, Monifieth rd., B. Ferry 

Guild, Thomas C. , butcher, 43 Blackness road ; h. 44 Faringdon street 

GUILD, WILLIAM M., bootmaker, 8 Perth road. See Adv. p. 87 

Guild, W. K., millfurnishers' manager, 14 Renny pi., Grove rd., W.F. 

Guild, Mrs John S., The Grove, Dundee road, West Ferry 

Guild, Mrs William M., 54 Seafield road 

Guild, Miss A., confectioner, 13 Mains road ; h. 19 Strathmartine road 

Guild, Miss J. F., 19 Strathmartine road 

Gunn, George, 29 Step row 

Gunn, Hugh, police superintendent, 23 Baxter Park terrace 

Gunn, James T. , tailor's cutter, 46 Dudhope Crescent road 

Gunn, John, 7 Blackness street 

Gunn, Miss, 27 Provost road 

Guthel, D. & A., joiners, 8 and 10 Charles lane 

Guthel, William M., of D. & A. Guthel, 9 Muirton road, Lochee 

Guthrie, Alexander, overseer, 15 Baffin street 

Guthrie, Alexander L., inland revenue clerk, 3 Gowrie street 

Guthrie, Francis, church-officer, St Mary'sR.C. Church ; h. 1 StMary'sln. 

Guthrie, George, 104 Commercial street 

Guthrie, James, 10 Panmure street ; h. Hope park, Broughty Ferry 

Guthrie, James, calenderworker, 22 Carmichael street 

Guthrie, John, clerk, 72 Bell street 

Guthrie, J. , 409 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

Guthrie, J. O., wine and spirit merchant, 100 and 102 Blackscroft 
(Teleph. No. 1684) ; h. 105Pitkerrord. (Tele. No. 1694) 

Guthrie, Robert, warehouseman, 59 Provost road 

Guthrie, Mrs Alexander, 2 Clarendon terrace 

Guttridge, S. P., Mus. Bac, F.R.C.O., music teacher, 20 Whitehall 
street ; h. 10 Kilnburn place, East Newport 

Guy, James R. , proprietor, Dundee Arms Restaurant, 31 High street 

Hackett, James, licensed grooer, 19 Hilltown ; h. 22a Strathmartine rd. 
Hackett, MissN., confectioner, 117 Alexander street 



302 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Hackney, A. , inspector of way, Queen Street cottage, Broughty Ferry 

Hackney, Charles, baker, 90 Albert street 

Hackney, Charles, clerk, 33 Seymour street 

Hackney, Mrs M. , grocer, 24 Hospital wynd 

Hackney, Mrs, confectioner, 12 Ogilvie's road 

Hadden, Brigadier Albert, Salvation Army officer, 20 Castle street ; h. 

3 South George street 
Haddo, Thomas, colliery agent, 54 Magdalen Yard road 
Haddon, Alexander D., milloverseer, 10 Garland place 
Haddon, John, millmanager, Grove Mills ; h. 6 Fingask street 
Hagan, Mary, grocer and spiritdealer, 245 Overgate ; h. 1 1 Laurelbank 
Hagemann's Creameries, Ltd., margarine manufacturers (Rotterdam), 56 

Charles street ; James S. Matthew, agent 
Haggart, John, 39 Mains loan 
Haggart, Robert, baker, 33 Peddie street 
Haggart, William, milloverseer, 18 Caldrum street 
Haggart, Mrs James, 3 Beechwood terrace 

Haggart, Mrs James D., grocer, 375 Strathmartine road, Downfield; h. 373 
Haggart, Miss, 4 Panmure terrace (Telephone No. 2140) 
Haily, B., dressmaker, 127 High street, Lochee 
Hain, Lawrence, railway servant, 8 Kincardine street 
Hain, Mrs Ellen, 14 Nelson street 
Halcro, Mrs, general merchant, and sub-post office, Rock cottage, 

Dalhousie road, Barnhill 
Haldane, John, chauffeur, Aystree, Victoria road, West Ferry 
Hales, J. G., dairykeeper and confectioner, 14 Dudhope street ; h. 11 
Halket & Adam, manufacturers, rope and twine makers, Dundee Rope 

Works, 4 to 14 Union pi. (Teleph. No. 994 ; Exchange Box No. 56) 
Halkett, John, lapper, 1 Park avenue 
Halkett, Peter, grocer, 34 Logie street, Lochee ; h. 36 
Halkett, W. F., tenter, 2 Annfield row 

Hall, Archibald, marine engineer, Eastview, Claypots road, B. Ferry 
Hall, Dunbar, & Co. (incorporated with Johnstons, Ltd.), oil refiners 

and merchants (St Ninian's Oil and Paint Works, Leith), 17 Dock st. 
Hall, James, mason, 182 Lochee road 
Hall, James, telegraphist, 12 Perth road 
Hall, John, compositor, 27 Back street 
Hall, John, 21 Thomson street 

Hall, Rev. Wm., M. A., Balgay Parish Church ; h. 4 Albany terrace 
Hall, W. H., caretaker, 9 Douglas street 

Hall, Mrs James, spirit merchant, 4 Baltic street ; h. 31 Wellgate 
Hall, Mrs Thomas, grocer, 26 Hawkhill 
Hall, Mrs William, 10 Rankine street 
Hall, Mrs, Glenshee, Abertay street, Barnhill 

Hall, Miss M., stationer, fancy goods, 203 Perth rd. ; h. 24 Thomson st. 
Hall, Misses, babylinen warehouse, 56 Peddie st. ; h. 248 Blackness road 
Halley, A. C, Dundarroch, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 
H ALLEY BROTHERS, Ltd., hacklemakers, South Ward road (Telephone 

No. 647). See Adv. p. 73 
Halley, David, wine and spirit merchant, 22 Strathmartine road ; h. 

Roycroft, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 303 

Halley, George H. , of Halley Brothers, Ltd. , Inverlaw, 6 Douglas ter. 
Halley, Jas. H., of Wm. Halley & Sons, Rolighed, Fairfield rd.,W. Ferry 
HALLEY, WILLIAM, & SONS, spinners and manufacturers, Wallace 

Craigie Works, 1 Wallace street 
Halley, William W., of Melville & Halley, 2 Douglas terrace 
Halley, Mrs George, Broomhall, Albert road, West Ferry 
Halton, William, 3 Scott street 

Hamilton, Rev. Adam, M.A., Gilfillan Mem. Ch. ; h. 19 Hillcrest road 
Hamilton, Alex. , joiner, undertaker, housef urnisher, 80 South rd. , Lochee 
Hamilton, Daniel, cashier, 9 Castle terrace, Esplanade, Broughty Ferry 
Hamilton, Frank, ironmonger, 120 Hilltown ; h. 18 Caldrum street 
Hamilton, Gavin, gardener, Airliebank, Church street, Broughty Ferry 
Hamilton, George T. , accountant, Royal Bank of Scotland, Murraygate ; 

h. 244 Blackness road 
Hamilton, George G. , secretary, Dundee and Arbroath Joint Railway ; h. 

2 Caenlochan terrace, Strathern road, West Ferry 
Hamilton, George S., of James Hamilton & Son, 37 Clepington road 
Hamilton, James, licensed broker, 11 Marshall street, Lochee ; h. 7 
Hamilton, James, & Son, manufacturing chemists, specialty M.D. 

Boiler Disincrustant, 72 and 74 Constable street (Teleph. No. 516 ; 

Trade marks, "Flying Horse," " Kruna," "Hamilton's," &c.) 
Hamilton, James F., heating and ventilating engineer, 31 Reform 

street ; h. 19 Lintrathen gardens 
Hamilton, Rev. William, M. A., Trinity C.U. Church; h. 134 Arbroath rd. 
Hamilton, William G., tinsmith and gasfitter, 18 Lawrence street 
Hamilton, W. J., & Brown, Ltd., housef urnishers, piano and organ 

dealers, 38 and 40 King's road and 8 King st. (Telephone No. 767) 
Hamilton, Mrs Alexander, 10 Mortimer place 
Hamilton, Mrs James, Oaklea, Dalhousie road, Broughty Ferry 
Hamilton, Mrs Mary, 33 Seymour street 
Hamilton, Mrs, 55 Strathmore road 
Hamilton, Mrs, 37 Clepington road 
Hammer & Thomson, merchants, 7 Ward road 

Hampton, David, wine, spirit mer., 271 Hawkhill; h. Ivy cot., Barry 
Hampton, David, overseer, 43 Dundonald street 
Hampton, James, machineman, 18 Ellen street 
Hampton, Mrs Eliza, confectioner, 32 Victoria street 
Hand, C. W., chauffeur, 79 Church street, Broughty Ferry 
Hand-in-Hand Insurance Society (now merged in Commercial Union 

AssuranceCo. , Ltd. ), 12 Victoria chambers; J. Thobaven, localmangr. 
Hand, Thomas F. , stationmaster, Esplanade Station ; h. Station house 
Hanlon, Charles, shoemaker, 44 Polepark road 
Hanlon, Mrs H. , 22 Urquharb street 
Hanna, Mrs Robert, 24 Mortimer street 
Hannaford, Samuel, timekeeper, 51 Crescent street 
Hannah, James, conductor, 13 Forest Park road 
Hannigan, Michael T. , manager, Dundee Catholic Herald, 82 Bell st. 

h. 54 Ferry road, Monifieth 
Hansell, Robert, headmaster, Deaf and Dumb Institution, Dudhope* 

bank, 165 Lochee road ; h. 16 Rankine street 
Hanton, George, law clerk, 46 Provost road 



304 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Hanton, James, blacksmith, 136 Lochee road 

Hanton, Mrs George H. , 56 Provost road 

Hardie, Alexander, customs officer, 3 Dallfield terrace 

Hardie, Alexander M., physician and surgeon, 10 Baldovan road, 

Downfield (Telephone No. D. 30) 
Hardie, Harris, goods guard, 67 Ure street 
Hardie, James, & Son, chemists, 68 and 69 High street 
Hardie, James D., of Edward Parker, 2 Aberlemno terrace 
Hardie, Robert) enginefitter, 7 Fisher street, Broughty Ferry 
Hardie, R. L., F.F.S., of Gauldie & Hardie, Roselea, Ferry road, 

Monifieth 
HARDIE & SMITH, LTD., jute spinners and manufacturers, Baltic Works, 

28 Annfield road (Telephone No. 857) 
Hardie, William, mason, 17 School road, Downfield 
Hardie, William, manager, 20 Airlie place 
Hardie, Mrs John M. , 8 Windsor terrace 
Hardie, Mrs, 517 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Hardie, Mrs, 22 Muirton road, Lochee 
Hardie, Miss Maggie, confectioner, 33 Benvie road ; fi. 31 
Harding, C. V., 2 Collingwood terrace, Barnhill 
Hare, Andrew, of W. F. Hare & Sons, 138 Hilltown 
Hare, J. K. , of W. F. Hare & Sons, 22 Constitution street 
Hare, W. F., & Sons, brush manuf., 101 Hilltown (Telephone No. 1879) 
Hargrave, George, engineer, 44 High street 
Hargreaves, Thomas M. , blockmaker, 47 Milnbank road 
Harkins, Alexander D., grocer, 25 Heron's lane, Lochee 
Harley, Alexander, postman, 3 Mountpleasant 
Harley, Andrew, butcher, 29 Dundonald street 
Harley, Andrew P., joiner, 38 Milnbank road 
HARLEY & COX, stationers, printers, lithographers, paper-rulers, and 

bookbinders, 130 Nethergate (Telephone No. 2301) ; works, 21 

North Tay street. See Adv. p. 133 
Harley, David, watchmaker, 37 Wellgate ; h. 61^ Perth road 
Harley, George L., of Harley & Cox, Riverview, Invergowrie 
Harley, Henry, joiner, 86 Annfield road 
Harley, John, baker, 16 Seafield road 
Harley, Margaret, 10 Airlie terrace 

Harley, Raymorid, of Harley & Sons, Fenella, Harley st., Bro. Ferry 
Harley & Sons, fruiterers, florists, seedsmen, nurserymen, 66 High 

street (TelephoneNo. 762) ; 244 Brookstreet (Telephone No. B.F. 13); 

and Camperdown Nursery, Camperdown street, Broughty Ferry 

(TelephoneNo. B.F. 10) 
Harley, Miss Jeannie, dressmaker, 17 Airlie place 
Harper, Alexander, temperance bar keeper, 31 Westport ; h. 260 Queen 

street, Broughty Ferry 
Harper, Agnes, dressmaker, 213 Perth road 

Harper, Henry, inspector, P.O. Engineering Dept. ; h. 55 Strathmore rd. 
Harper, Miss M., 331 Loons road 
Harra, John, joiner, 20 Park avenue 
Harris, Alexander, baker, 14 Rosefield street 
Harris, Alexander, sorting clerk, 24 Baldovan terrace 



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flar^is, Archibald, joiner, 180 Strathmartine road 

Harris, David, policeman, 13 Cleghorn street 

Harris, Edward G., traveller, 337 Clepington road 

Harris, George, engineer, 89 Magdalen green 

Harris, George, broker, 148 Overgate ; h. 6 Thorter row- 
Harris, Graham, confectioner, 178 Blackness road ; h. 193 

Harris, James, grocer, 153 Strathmartine road ; h. 155 

Harris, James, calender worker, 21 Kincardine street 

Harris, Thomas B., 3 Inverary terrace 

Harris, Wm., of Burns & Harris, Ltd., Hillburn, Carnoustie (Telephone 
No. C. 41) 

Harris, William, road foreman, 178 South road, Lochee 

Harris, Mrs, 295 King street, Broughty Ferry 

Harris, Miss, 3 Inverary terrace 

Harrison, Arthur, millmanager, 27 Tait's lane 

Harrison, Thomas, postman, 62 Walton street 

Harrison, Thomas, cabinetmaker, 24 Baxter street 

Harrow, Mrs G., grocer, 1 Coupar street, Lochee 

Hart, David Y., clerk, 19 School road, Downfield 

Hart, Joseph, postman, 117 Rosebery street, Lochee 

Hart, Mrs David, 5 Kirkton road, Downfield 

Hartley, William, musician, 1 West Bell street 

Harvey, A. M., stampcutter, 8 Blyth street 

Harvey, Charles, carpenter, 33 Commercial street 

Harvey, George, Craigie house, Craigie avenue 

Harvey, J. M. C, motor hirer, Greenfield garage, Greenfield place ; 
h. 2 Ford's lane 

Harvey, Robert, broker, 41c Hawkhill 

Harvey, William, journalist, 4 Gowrie street 

Harvey, Miss Jane, dairykeeper, 29 Park avenue 

Hastie, David, shipplater, 56 Dudhope street 

Hastings, Alexander, coalman, 10 Isla street 

Hastings, Mrs W., 295 Hilltown 

Haughton, Samuel, Elleray, Oakley place, Broughty Ferry 

Havard, Edgar, ladies' tailor, 117 Nethergate 

Hawkins, Mrs Henry, confectioner, 193 Victoria road 

Haxton, David, buyer, 55 Dens road 

Haxton, James G., engineer, 7 East Haddon road 

Haxton, Thomas, engineer, 22 Airlie place 

Haxton, Wm., of Fleming & Haxton, 3 Windsor ter., Brook st., B.Fy„- 

Hay, Andrew, jun. , shuttlemaker, 34 Benvie road 

Hay, Andrew B., clerk, 2 Gibson terrace, Mains loan 

Hay, Charles, builder and contractor, 239 King street, Broughty Ferry 

Hay, David, gen. blacksmith, cartwright, 22a Rosebank st. ; h. 1 Leng st. 

Hay, David & Sons, machine merchants, 44 and 46 Long wynd (Tele- 
phone No. 1332) ; h. 36 Magdalen Yard road 

Hay, David, 3 Windsor street 

Hay, David E., fish merchant, 191 Victoria road 

Hay, Douglas, 340 King street, Broughty Ferry 

Hay, George D., commercial traveller, 2 Windsor terr., Brook st., B.F»- 

Hay, James, mason, 11 Roslin terrace 



306 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Hay, James, carpetbeamer, 4 North Wellington street 

Hay, James, mechanic, 10 Wolseley street 

Hay, James, furniture dealer, 11 and 180 Ann street ; h. 7 William st. 

Hay, James, calenderworker, 1 Thomson street 

Hay, James G., shipwright, 12 Brown Constable street 

Hay, J. B., & Co., builders and contractors, 61 South Tay street (Tele- 
phone No. 2507) 

Hay, Robert, commissionaire, 8 Parker street 

Hay, Robert, of T. S. Peebles, Ltd., 103 High street, Lochee 

Hay, Robert, gardener, Museum building, Dudhope park 

Hay, Thomas, of Thomas Hay & Sons, Nine wells 

Hay, Thomas, & Sons, joiners, Ninewells 

Hay, William, of Wm. Hay & Son, Elmbank, Claypots rd., West Ferry 

Hay, William, commercial traveller, 7 Cox street, Downfield 

Hay, William, retired draper, 17 Airlie place 

Hay, William, of William Hay & Son, Elmbank, Claypots road, W. F. 

Hay, William, & Son, bakers, 47 Murraygate (Telephone No. 1671) 

Hay, Mrs James, general dealer, 7 William street 

Hay,. Mrs John B., 1 Windsor terrace 

Hay, Mrs T. , Albion place, Castle street, Broughty Ferry 

Hayes, James, overseer, 2 Cochrane street 

Hayes, Francis, shoemaker, 9 Dallfield terrace 

Hayter, David, carter, 60 Lilybank road 

Hay ward, A. W. , organist, 5 Pine terrace, Brook street, Bro. Ferry 

Hazel, James, woodturner, 109 Clepington road 

Hazell, William, & Son, grocers and wine merchants, 10 Castle street 
and 34 Commercial street 

Hazell, Mrs, 4 Reres terrace, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 

Head, William, signalman, N.B.R., 18 City road 

Headrick, James, merchant, 3 Seagate ; h. Panbride house, Carnoustie 

Hean, George P., Tay cottage, 35 Step row 

Hean, William D., commission agent, Viewfield, Blackness avenue 

Hean, Mrs A., 202 High street, Lochee 

Heath, C. B. , 75 Blackness avenue 

Heath, Rev. Edwin, 2 Tay terrace, Panmure street, Broughty Ferry 

Heathfield, George, foreman electrician, 27 Baxter Park terrace 

Heathfield Works, 73 Hawkhill; Thomas Bell & Sons, of Dundee, Ltd., 
manufacturers 

Heggie, Alexander, fireman, 43 Benvie road 

Heggie, David L., coal agent (Taylor Brothers), 132 Gray street, 
Broughty Ferry ; h. 9 Union street, B.F. 

Heggie, D. & J., coal merchants, 31 Miller's wynd 

Heggie, George, joiner, 32 William street 

Heggie, George, baker, Islabank, Church street, Broughty Ferry 

Heggie, Geo. Davidson, tailor & clothier, 186 King st., B. Ferry; h. 190 

Heggie, James, broker, 111 South road, Lochee 

Heggie, Thomas, mason, 8 Benvie road 

Heggie, Mrs John, Briar cottage, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 

Heggie, Mrs Robert, 15 Coupar street, Lochee 

Heilbrunn, Ferdinand, of Samson & Unna, 24 Springfield, and Old 
Lundie castle, by Dundee 



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Henderson, Agnes, 21 Mortimer street 
Henderson, Alexander, baker, 32 James street 
Henderson, Alexander, caretaker, 14 Balmore street 
Henderson, Alexander, 15 Renny place, Grove road, West Ferry 
Henderson, Alexander, gardener, 43 Pitalpin street, Lochee 
Henderson, Alexander, engineer, 3 Methven street, Lochee 
Henderson, Alexander Sinclair, of Alexander Henderson & Sons, Ltd. , 

Seathwood, Perth road 
Henderson, Alex., & Sons, Ltd., jute spinners and manufacturers, South 

Dudhope Works, 11 Smellie : s lane and 50 W. Henderson's wynd 

(Telephone Nos. 935, 936; Telegrams, "Westpark") 
Henderson, Andrew, factory overseer, 1 Easson's angle 
Henderson, Andrew, hairdresser, 9a Ann street 

Henderson, Andrew, tailor's cutter, Penza, Hamilton street, Barnhill 
Henderson, Andrew C, of Henderson & Kirk, 133 Victoria road 
Henderson, Archibald, grocer and wine merchant, 63 Gray street, 

Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 27) ; h. 15 Douglas ter., B.F. 
Henderson, Archibald H. S., traveller, 54 Magdalen Yard road 
Henderson, Arthur, shipmaster, 15 William street 
Henderson, Arthur, Queen's Cinema, Bellfield st. ; Britannia Picturedrome, 

39 Small's wynd ; Wellington Palace, 49 Nelson st. ; h. 28 Springfield 
Henderson, Arthur, jun., 43 Small's wynd 

Henderson, A., plumber and ironmonger, 141 Lochee road ; h. 176 
Henderson, A. G., jute merchant aud commission agent, 54 Bell 

street ; h. 2 Battenberg terrace, Tayport 
HENDERSON BROTHERS, horseshoers, general blacksmiths, vanandlorry 

builders, Victoria dock; branch, 190 High st., Lochee. See Adv. p. 137 
Henderson, Charles, police constable, 13 Baxter Park terrace 
Henderson, Charles, dairy keeper, 2 Heron's lane, Lochee 
Henderson & Co., merchants, 10 Victoria chambers 
Henderson, C. Fred., of Alexander Henderson & Sons, Ltd. Balgersho, 

Coupar Angus 
Henderson, David, naxdresser, 134 Lochee road 
Henderson, David, overseer, 9 Mortimer street 
Henderson, David, carpet salesman, 14 Bellefield avenue 
Henderson, David, plumber, Fire Station, Brown street, Bro. Ferry 
Henderson, David, of Henderson Brothers, 26 Victoria street 
Henderson, David Greig, office messenger, 8 Nicoll street 
Henderson, D. , agent, Royal Bank of Scotland, Lochee ; h. Bank house, 

2 Bank street, Lochee 
Henderson, D. C, supt., No. 2 Bond, 81 Seagate; A. 17 Strawberrybank 
Henderson, Elizabeth, confectioner, 250 Clepington road 
Henderson, Frank S., clerk, 50 Magdalen Yard road 
Henderson's General Supply Stores, 77 Ure st. ; h. 22 Forest Park rd. 
Henderson, George, clerk, 8 Park avenue 
Henderson, George, porter, 22 Wolseley street 
Henderson, George, woodturner, 97 Peddie street 
Henderson, George, goods guard, 6 Park avenue 
Henderson, George, 4 Gowrie street 

Henderson, George, bookstall clerk, 6 Whitehall crescent 
Henderson, Harry, waiter, 6 Tulloch crescent 



308 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Henderson, Harry, bleacher, 465 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Henderson, Henry, 5 Gowrie place 

Henderson, Henry, carter, 3 Charles street 

Henderson, Rev. Henry F., D.D., OgilvieU.F. Church; h. Youngerbank, 
Monifieth 

Henderson, H., & Sons, leather, tallow, and oil merchants, and mill- 
furnishers, Ladybank Leather Works, 6 Victoria road 

Henderson, James, hairdresser, 196 Seagate ; h. 200 

Henderson, James, clerk, 2 Maryfield terrace 

Henderson, James, porter, 7 Park lane 

Henderson, James, shipwright, 18 King's road 

Henderson, James, stationmaster, Tay Bridge Station ; h. 101 Mag- 
dalen Yard road 

Henderson, Jas. , plumber and gasfitter, 105 Church st. , Bro. Ferry; h. 109 

Henderson, James F., storekeeper, 136 Ferry road 

Henderson, James T., porter, 61 Lochee road 

Henderson, John, of Henderson & Co. , Crescent house, Windsor street 
(Telephone No. 1795) 

Henderson, John, packer, 98 Dens road 

Henderson, John, spinning overseer, 16 Step row 

Henderson, John, shoemaker, 7 Kinnaird street 

Henderson, John, calenderworker, 7 Forest Park road 

Henderson, John B., wine & spirit mer., 34 Dock st. ; h. 10Dickst.,M'fieth 

Henderson, John C., compositor, 17 Union place 

HENDERSON, JOHN F., taxidermist, 21 N. Tay st. ; h. 27 Constitution st. 

Henderson, John G., of John Henderson & Sons (Dundee), Ltd., 24 
Windsor street 

Henderson, John L., of J. H. F. Henderson, Ltd., 9 Adelaide place 

Henderson, John R., of John Henderson & Sons (Dundee), Ltd., 11 
Dudhope terrace 

HENDERSON, JOHN, & SONS (DUNDEE), LTD., jute spinners and manufac- 
turers, Lindsay Street Works, N. Lindsay st. (Telephone No. 1261) 

Henderson, J. H. F., Ltd., manufacturers, 4 Don's road (Telephone No. 
459 ; Telegrams, " Sacking ") 

Henderson, J. Lindsay, of H. Henderson & Sons, 1 Balgillo crescent, 
Seafield road, Broughty Ferry 

Henderson & Kirk, coal merchants, 97 Arbroath road 

Henderson & Loggie, chartered accountants, 13 Albert sq. (Telephone 
No. 369; Telegrams, "Accuracy") 

Henderson & Mackay, silk mercers, dressmaking specialists, 
ladies' tailors, milliners, and ladies' and children's complete out- 
fitters, 26 to 34 Whitehall street (Telephone No. 121) 

Henderson, Mary, apartments, 11 Whitehall street 

Henderson, Robert, printer, 17 Constitution street 

Henderson, Robert C, 1 St Johnswood terrace 

Henderson, Stephen B., manager, 6 Bellefield avenue 

Henderson, Thomas, cashier, 9 Eden street 

Henderson, Walter, joiner, 6 Eden street 

Henderson, Walter, painter and sign writer, 4 Forebank road 

Henderson, William, stonecutter, 6 Annfield street 

Henderson, William, mechanic, 132 Hawkhill 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 309 

Henderson, Wm., of Alex. Henderson & Sons,Ltd., West Park, Perth rd. 

Henderson, William, mechanic, 149 Clepington road 

Henderson, William, factory manager, 172 Clepington road 

Henderson, William, tailor, 22 Union place 

Henderson, William, overseer, 27 Rosefield street 

Henderson, William, reader, 61 Reform street 

Henderson, William, yarndresser, 8 Lorimer street 

Henderson, William, mason, 13 Forest Park road 

Henderson, William, turf commission agent, 67 Seagate (Telephone No. 

1380) ; h. 17 Blackness street 
Henderson, William, plumber, 1 Annfield street 
Henderson, William, insurance agent, 17 Blackness crescent 
Henderson, William H., grocer, 33 Hilltown 
Henderson, William P., commission agent, 5 St Mary's terrace 
Henderson, William T. , baker, 48 Union street 
Henderson, W. K., inspector, G.P.O. ; h. 8 Mary field terrace 
Henderson, Mrs Agnes, 15 East Haddon road 
Henderson, Mrs Alexander, 1 Blackness street 
Henderson, Mrs Andrew, 185 Strathmartine road 
Henderson, Mrs Annie, matron, Hostel for Discharged Sailors and 

Soldiers, 5 Airlie place 
Henderson, Mrs Charles, grocer, 6 North George street 
Henderson, Mrs C. , fish merch. , 141 High st. , Lochee ; h. 222 Lochee rd. 
Henderson, Mrs Ebenezer, 1 Minto place 
Henderson, Mrs F., 6 Forest Park road 
Henderson, Mrs George, 59 Provost road 
Henderson, Mrs James, apartments, 12 Victoria chambers 
Henderson, Mrs John, 2 Paradise road 
Henderson, Mrs John, 1 Roslin terrace 
Henderson, Mrs John, 23 Stirling street 

Henderson, Mrs J., 1 Argyle terrace, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Henderson, Mrs J. H. F. , 9 Adelaide place 
Henderson, Mrs, confectioner, 34 Forfar road 
Henderson, Miss Isa, apartments, 32 Castle street 
Henderson, Miss Jane, 89 Hospital wynd 
Henderson, Miss M., dressmaker, 14 Hospital wynd 
Henderson, Miss, apartments, 12 Cobden street, Lochee 
Henderson, Misses A. & J., bakers and confectioners, 166 Blackness 

road ; h. 11 Blackness street 
Henderson, Misses Kate W. and Jane P., 4 Aberlemno terrace 
Henderson, Misses, fruiterers and confectioners, 43 Guthrie st. ; h. 41 
Hendry, Alexander, frenchpolisher, 43 Ben vie road 
Hendry, Andrew, of Hendry & Fenton, 5 Clarendon terrace 
Hendry, Andrew, contractor, The Cottage, Monifieth rd., Bro'ty Ferry 
Hendry, David, undertaker, 28 Hunter st. (Telephone No. 1525) ; h. 30 
Hendry, David, fireman, 2 Cochrane street 

Hendry, David, mason, 3 Garland place, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Hendry & Fenton, solicitors and notaries public, 39 Murraygate 
Hendry, James, lithographic artist, 21 Scott street 
Hendry, James, yarnbundler, 64 Dura street 
Hendry, John, engineer, 33 Baldovan terrace 



310 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Hendry, John, painter and decorator, 57 Peddie st. ; h. Sparrowmuir, 

Glencarse 
Hendry, John R., grocer and spirit merchant, 158 Brook street ; h. 36 

Princes street, Monifieth 
Hendry, Ogilvie, painter, 1 Corso street 

Hendry, Peter W, coffeehouse-keeper, 156 Brook st. ; h. 40 Guthrie st. 
Hendry, Robert, gardener, 12 Forfar road 
Hendry, Stewart B., tailor and clothier, 110 Victoria road 
Hendry, William, joiner, 118 Ann street 
Hendry, Mrs Charles, 110 Victoria road 
Hendry, Mrs John M. , Bryans, Dundee road, West Ferry 
Hendry, Mrs, 262 Perth road 

Hendry, Mrs, Helena cottage, Abertay street, Barnhill 
Hennessy, James, pawnbroker, 6 and 8 Peter street (Telephone No. 

1496) ; salerooms, 63 Murraygate, 5 and 7 Peter street, 132 Brook 

street, 177 Hilltown ; h. 83 Clepington road 
Henry, Andrew, carting contractor, 59 Trades lane ; stables, Dundonald 

street ; h. The Cottage, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 
HENRY, A. & S., & CO., LTD., manufacturers and merchants, 60 Victoria 

road (Telephone Nos. 1122, 1123, 1124 ; Telegrams, " Henrys "). 

See Adv. on page facing front board 
Henry, Charles, dresser, 3 Mountpleasant 

Henry, David L., Maryfield Laundry, 21 Mains loan (Telephone No. 1893) 
Henry, Geo. M. , assist. Council officer, City chambers ; h. 48 Bell street 
Henry, John J. H. , clothier, 1 Aberlemno terrace 
Henry, William, confectioner, 287 Hilltown 
Henry, W. H., coaldealer, 222 Overgate ; h. 214 
Henry, Mrs Jemima, 18 Forest Park road 
Hepburn, Alexander M. , engineer, 28 Baldovan terrace 
Hepburn, Andrew, furrier, Technad, Ramsaypark, Broughty Ferry 
Hep worth, J., & Son, Ltd., clothiers, 94 High street 
Her Majesty's Picture Theatre ; Ernest Chapman, manager (Tel. No. 10) 
Herald, David, butcher, 206 Seagate ; li. 99a Ferry road 
Herald, R. J., clerk, 323 Clepington road 
Herald, William, butcher, 40 Westport ; h. 18 Albert street 
Herald, Miss A., confectioner, 14 East Dock street; h. 99a Ferry road 
Herald, Miss, teacher, 26 Forfar road 
Herbert, George, of W. Herbert & Sons, 4 Smith street 
Herbert, J. M., watchmaker and jeweller, 105b Nethergate 
Herbert, W., & Son, iron and metal merchants, 80 James street 
Herbert, Mrs Archibald, apartments, 105b Nethergate 
Herd, David, postman, 60 Magdalen Yard road 
Herd, James, milloverseer, 1 Mountpleasant 

Herd, James F., sorting clerk and telegraphist, 60 Magdalen Yard road 
Herd, John, draper and clothier, 3 Barrack street; h. 2 Park terrace 
Herd, John, fitter, 15 Gibb's lane, Lochee 

Herd,Thos., of Jas. Watson & Co., Ltd., Mount Rosa, Seafield rd., B.F. 
Herd, Wm., stationer, sub-postmaster, 76 Hawkhill ; h. 13 Balfour street 
Heron, D., offal merchant, 23 Bank street, Lochee ; h. 31 Baxter street 
Heron, James, bootmaker, 158 Ann street ; h. 159 
Heron, John, spirit merchant's assistant, 9 Roslin terraqe 



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Heron, William, joiner, 118 Albert street 

Heron, Miss, 71 Church street, Broughty Ferry 

Herschel, Richard, 188 Lochee road 

Hetherington, Alex., hairdresser, 102 Annfield road ; h. 91 Peddie street 

Hezmalhalch, Fred, leatherfinisher, 49 Lyon street 

Higgins, Frank, dairykeeper, 306 Loons road 

Higgins, Henry, jun., ironturner, 11 Blyth place 

Higgins, Misses M. & R. , confectioners, 2 Tannadice street ; h. 4 

Higgs, Rev. George, M. A., Lochee Road U.F. Church ; h. 7 Inverary ter. 

High, David, funeral director, 121 Victoria rd. (Tele. No. 1577) ; h. 123 

High, David, foreman, 9 Ogilvie street 

High, David, warehouseman, 10 Garland place 

High, Herbert, painter, 48 Bell street 

High, John, dental mechanic, 19 Bain square (Telephone No. 1287) 

High, John, carter, 35 Victoria road 

HIGH, JOHN P., funeral director, 105 Victoria road (Telephone No. 2707) ; 

h. 2 Forebank road. See Adv. p. 41 
HIGH, WILLIAM, fishsalesman and auctioneer, steamtug and trawler 

owner, Fish dock (Telephone No. 1192); fish merchant, 9 Wellgate 

(Telephone No. 1190); h. 13 Windsor street (Telephone No. 1070; 

Telegrams, "High"). See Adv. p. 97 
High, William, coal merchant, 60 Dudhope street ; h. 5 Dallfield terrace 
Hill, Alexander, assistant overseer, 29 High street, Lochee 
Hill, Alexander, 23 Union street 

Hill, Alex. L., grocer, wine mer. , 46 Blackness rd. ; a. Dunholm, Perth rd. 
Hill, Charles, of Don Bros., Buist, & Co., Ltd., Broomfield, Forfar 
Hill, Colin, tailor, 14 Forest Park road 
Hill, David, mechanic, 16 North Ellen street 

Hill, David B., millmanager, Victoria Spinning Co. ; h. 13 Seymour st. 
Hill, Edward, foreman, 17 Blyth street 
Hill, George, tailor, 7 Morgan street 
Hill, George, 1 Dalhousie terrace 
Hill, George, 184 High street, Lochee 
Hill, George, traveller, 164a High street, Lochee 
Hill, George, sawyer, 9 Annfield row 
Hill, George F., clerk, 44 Scott street 

Hill, James, coal merchant, 50 Crescent lane ; h. 49 Dens road 
Hill, James, clerk, 6 Hartington place, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Hill, Jas. T., stationmaster, Magdalen green; h. 2 Speed's ter., Tait's In. 
Hill, John, milloverseer, 16 Loons road, Lochee 
Hill, John, horseshoer and blacksmith, 17 Camperdown street, and 117 

High street, Lochee ; h. 63 Logie street 
Hill, Lt.-Col. L. E., of Don Bros., Buist, & Co., Ltd., 15 Magdalen 

Yard road 
Hill & M'Gregor, solicitors and property agents, 42 Barrack street 

(Telephone No. 1984) 
Hill, Matthew, tenter, 29 High street, Lochee 
Hill, M. & C, Ltd., spinners, West Dudhope Mill, Anchor lane 
Hill & Renny, flax merchants, 2 Royal Exchange place (Telephone No. 2 

Telegrams, " Rennet ") . 

Hill, Robert, engineer, 9 Craig street 



312 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Hill, Thomas, joiner and caretaker, 3 Laroh street 

Hill, Thomas, housefactor, 1 Urquhart street 

Hill, Thomas, assistant manager, 18 Muirton road, Lochee 

Hill, Thomas, ropespinner, 2 Smith street 

Hill, William, coalsalesman, 43 Lyon street 

Hill, William, driller, 52 Constable street 

Hill, William F., of Hill & M'Gregor, 434 Strathmartine rd., Downfield 

Hill, William F., joiner, 35 Constitution road 

Hill, William L., house and insurance agent, 42 Blackness road (Tele- 
phone No. 1685) ; h. 1 Blackness terrace 

Hill, Mrs Howard, Moyness, Grove rd., W. Ferry (Teleph. No. B.F.330) 

Hill, Mrs J. F. , Park place, King street, Broughty Ferry 

Hill, Mrs William B., 486 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Hill, Mrs, 5 Mountpleasant 

Hillbank Linen Works, Hillbank road ; James Scott & Sons, Ltd. 

Hillhouse, Mrs, 192 Lochee road 

Hillocks, Burton, mason, 8 Speed's terrace, Tait's lane 

Hillocks, George, mason, 17 Step row 

Hillocks, Jessie, fishmonger, 146 Hawkhill 

Hillocks, Wyllie, caretaker, Prudential Assurance bldgs., 31 Albert sq. 

Hillside Works, 112 & 114 Hilltown ; T. L. Miller & Co., Ltd., manufrs. 

Hilltown Fruit Bazaar, 140 Hilltown 

Himsworth, Thomas, cashier, 8 Park road, Fairmuir 

Himsworth, Mrs, draper and babylinen whse. , 49 Albert street ; h. 34 

Hinchliffe, Jas., L.R.A.M.,A.R.C.M., music teacher, organist and choir- 
master, St Paul's U.F. Church ; h. 1 Tay square 

Hinchliffe, John, A.R.C.O., music teacher, organist and choirmaster, 
St Paul's (South) Parish Church ; h. 1 Tay square 

Hindmarsh, H., manager, Manfield & Sons ; h. 15Muirfieldrd., D'nfield 

Hinton, Joseph, officer, Catholic Apostolic Church ; h. 25 Bonnybank rd. 

Hinton, William, draper, 3 Gibson terrace 

Hipps, Ltd. , tailors, 44 Murraygate ; G. E. Camin, manager 

Hird, Mrs Henry S., 3 Rustic place 

Hirst, Andrew A., plumber, 109 Albert street 

Hirst, Samuel C, teacher of music, 11 South Tay street 

Hislop, Laurence R., gas engineer, Gasworks house, Brook st., B. Fy. 

HOARE, MARR, & CO., merchants, exporters, and manufacturers, 14 Victoria 
chambers (Telephone Nos. 498 and 499 ; Telegrams, "Hormar"); 
and 26 and 27 Budge row, Cannon street, London, E.C. 

Hobin,Mrs John, grocer, 5 Wilson st., Lochee ; h. 1 Park pi., Ancrum rd. 

Hobin, Miss, teacher, St Mary's Infant School, St Mary's lane, Lochee 

Hobson, Henry, moulder, 41 Loons road, Lochee 

Hodge, Alexander, stationer and tobacconist, 33 Constitution rd. ; h. 69 

Hodge, Alexander M., painter, 28 Raglan street 

Hodge, Charles K., watchmaker, jeweller, 2c King st.; h. 31 Park ave. 

Hodge, David, joiner, 184 High street, Lochee 

Hodge, E., 184 High street, Lochee 

Hodge, James, joiner, 13 Fairfield road 

Hodge, John, chemist and druggist, 249 Overgate ; h. 45 South Tay street 

Hodgkinson, F. A., & Co., general shipping, insurance, and forwarding 
agents, 48 St Andrew's st. (Tele. No. 450; Telegrams, "Lanao") 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 313 

Hogg, James, commercial traveller, 420a Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Hogg, James, foreman plumber, 2 Rosefield street 
Hogg, James, 4 Gardner's lane 

Hogg, James, shipkeeper, H.M.S. Unicorn ; h. 63 Lochee road 
Hogg, Mrs Beatrice, 8 Park place 
Hogg, Mrs William, 210 Strathmartine road 
Hogg, Mrs, 11 South Union street 
Hoggans, John, nightwatchman, 43 Benvie road 

Holburn, Hugh P., second master, Harris Acad. ; h. 10 Aberlemno ter. 
Hollingworth, Henry, professor of music, 17 Seymour street 
Hollis, Edward, plumber, 68 St Andrew's street 
Hollis, John, customs official, 105b Nethergate 
Holman, William, gardener, 143 King street, Broughty Ferry 
Holman, Miss, Sidlaw cottage, Fintry place, Broughty Ferry 
Holmes, Archibald D. , printer's reader, 9 Union place 
Holmes, H. J., 3 Links place, Castle street, Broughty Ferry 
Holmes, John H., leatherfinisher, 49 Lyon street 
Holmes, John P., letterpress foreman, 165 Strathmartine road 
Holmes, Mrs, 2 Richmond terrace 
Holmes, Mrs, 2 M'Gill street 

Home and Colonial Stores, Ltd., The, tea and provision mers., 7 Wellgate 
Home, Michael, superintendent, Western Union Cable system ; h. 18 

Airlie place 
HomeWeekly, Courier pi. , 2 Albert sq. ; D. C. Thomson & Co. , Ld. , proprs. 
Honeyman, John F., compositor, 151 Lochee road 
Honeyman, R. , 49 Peddie street 

Honeyman, Thomas D., 103 American Muir road, Downfield 
Honeyman, Misses B. & I., grocers and confectioners, 310 Hawkhill 
Hood, D. M., shipmaster, 15 Castle terrace, Esplanade, Broughty Ferry 
Hood, Daniel, wine merchant's assistant, 35 Victoria street 
Hood, David, spirit merchant's manager, 47 Erskine street 
Hood, James, commercial traveller, 16 Rosefield street 
Hood, James, brush manuf., 30 and 32 Barrack st. ; h. 27 Perth road 
Hood, James H., life inspector, 285 Hawkhill 
Hood, James S., of James S. Hood & Co., One Ash, Camphill road, 

Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. 418) 
Hood, James S., of Smith, Hood, &Co., Ltd., Lynwood, 1 Camperdown 

road, Downfield (Telephone No. D.l) 
Hood, James S., & Co., coal merchants and colliery agents, 18 Yeaman 

shore (Telephone No. 551). and Maryfield Station (Telephone No. 

39y) ; 181 Brook street, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 190) 
Hood, Robert, carter, 47 Erskine street 
Hood, William, coal merchant, 48 Union street; h. Dunvarlich, Wormit 

(Telephone No. W. 29) 
Hood, William, brassfinisher, 14 Wilkie's lane 
Hood, Mrs George S., 6 Hillcrest road 
Hood, Mrs James, 3 Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 
Hood, Mrs William, 2 Gladstone place, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Hood, Mrs, 11 Bellefield avenue 
Hooper, Lionel Curtis, customs officer, Customhouse; h, 1 1 Castle ter. , 

Broughty Ferry 



314 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Hopkins, William, tenter, 3 Gibb's lane, Lochee 

HORNE, JOHN, Bellfield Laundry, 26 Bellfield street (Telephone No. 

26x5) ; h. 35 Edward street. See Adv. p. 24 
Home, William, tailor, 28 South Tay street 
Horne, William C. , mason, 87 Fisher street, Broughty Ferry 
Horsburgh, Alexander, carpenter, 7 Graham place 
Horsburgh, David, carting contractor, 98 Albert street (Telephone No. 

1648) ; h. 42 Dalkeith road (Telephone No. 1670) 
Horsburgh, Lock, seaman, 176 Ferry road 
Horswell, W. H., agent, J. S. Fry & Sons, Ltd., 21 and 25 Union street ; 

h. Exmouth, 1 Clepington road 
Hoskins, Alexander, tinsmith, 53 Caldrum street 
Hoskins, James B., overseer, 108 Alexander street 
Hoskins, Maurice, ironturner, 22 North street 

Hoskins, R., church-officer, St Luke's Estab. Ch. ; h. 1 Flight' sin., Lochee 
Hossick, A. S., corporate accountant, 74 Commercial st. ; h. 5 Baxter Pk.ter. 
Hossick, Harry, waste merchant, 17 Gellatly street ; h. Westbeach 

cottage, Douglas terrace, West Ferry 
Houlder Brothers & Co., Ltd., shipowners and shipbrokers, 59 Dock 

street (Telephone No. 241 ; Telegrams, "Houlders") 
Houston, Archibald, carver, 157 South road, Lochee 
HOUSTON LINE STEAMERS to River Plate, 52 Commercial street 
Houston, Robert, chimneysweeper and soot merchant, 9 Kincardine st. 
Houston, William, sawyer, 24 Cotton road 
Houston, Mrs Mary A., 58 Crescent lane 

Hovell, David J., smallware and trimming merchant, 195 Albert street 
Hovell, Isaac, brassfinisher, 85 Hilltown 
Hovell, Isaac, carter, 329 Strathmartine road 

Hovell, James, manager, Heathfield Works ; h. 5 Blackness avenue 
How, George M., butcher, 112 Brook street ; h. 9 Ward road 
How, Maggie, tobacconist, 114 Brook street ; h. 24 Forest Park road 
How, R. M. , umbrella, bag, and trunk merchant, 36 Whitehall street ; 

h. 6 Balgay avenue 
How, Miss L., 251 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Howe, Charles, clerk, 103 Magdalen green 
Howe, George, jobbing joiner, 142 Ferry road ; h. 176 
Howe, George, & Brother, merchants and manufacturers, 2 India build- 
ings (Telephone No. 4) 
Howe, John, of John Howe & Son, 17 Shamrock street 
Howe, John, & Son, bobbinmakers, Fairmuir Turning Works, 30 Old 

Glamis road (Telephone No. 1139) 
Howe, Mrs James, 7 St Peter street 
Howie, David, sailmaker, 12 St Peter street 

Howie, Elizabeth, confectioner, 195a Perth road ; h. 322 Hawkhill 
Howie, George A., goods guard, 16 Step row 
Howie, James, foreman mechanic, 10a Baxter street 
Howie, James, brassfinisher, 33 Park wynd 

Howie, Jas. B., coal merch., 5^ Whorterbank, Lochee ; h. 11 Ancrum rd. 
Howie, James F., engineer, 15 Baxter street 
Howie, James L. , Catholic Apostolic Church ; h. 9 Forebank road 
Howie, James N., baker, 37 Lyon street 



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Howie, James N., clerk, 26 Baxter Park terrace 
Howie, John, 22 St Mary's place 
Howie, Mrs David, 197 Lochee road 

Howie, Mrs Duncan, 2 Taymouth terrace, Monifieth road, Bro'ty Ferry 
Howie, Mrs James, 1 Bellefield avenue 
Hoy, Bessie, confectioner, 343 Loons road 
Hoy, William, joiner, 33 Caldrum street 

Hoy, William, millmanager, Miln Street Mill ; h. 8 Park terrace 
Hoy, William M., engineer, 8 Park terrace 
Hoy, William Thomson, headmaster, Downfield Public School ; h. 

Rosslyn house, 271 Clepington road 
Hoyt Metal Company of Great Britain, Ltd. ; Thomas Berry, agent in 

Scotland, 5 Seton place, Edinburgh 
Huggins, Andrew, engine patternmaker, 51 Milnbank road 
Huggins, Robert, baker, 3 Annfield row 
Huggins, William, consulting engineer, 20 Forest Park road 
Huggins, William, chauffeur, 1 Westfield avenue 
Hughes, Annie, stationer and Catholic bookseller, 41 Ann street 
Hughes Brothers, athletic outfitters, 79 Nethergate 
Hughes, Charles, craneman, 180 Blackness road 
Hughes, David, factory overseer, 4 Earl street, Lochee 
Hughes, Matthew, painter, 2 Small's lane 
Hume, Alexander, mason, 118 Ann street 
Hume, David, painter, 178 Lochee road 
Hume, David, sawmiller, 9 Pitfour street 
Hume, James, tailor, 182 Strathmartine road 
Hume, John, 60 Strathmartine road 
Hume, Thomas James, manager, 1 Seafield road 
Hume, Mrs James, 171 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Humphries, J. H., 18 Bath street, Broughty Ferry 
Hunt, Charles, joiner, 11a Bank street, Lochee 
Hunt, Francis, postman, 5 Ellen street 
Hunt, Hector, dyer, 73 Church street 
Hunt, Henry J., of Jas. Hardie & Son, 8 Adelaide place 
Hunt, Hugh, hairdresser, 176 Brook street ; h. 178 
Hunt, James C, fiesher, 143 High street, Lochee; h. 6 Bright street 
Hunt, John, plasterer, 87 Hawkhill ; h. 17 Osborne place 
Hunt, Miss A. M. , Tay view, Hill street, Broughty Ferry 
Hunter, Adam, accountant, 22 Meadowside (Telephone No. 597) ; h. 

Ravenswood, Seafield road, Bro. Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 102) 
Hunter, Andrew, timekeeper, 15 Bellefield avenue 
Hunter, Archibald T., 47 Baldovan terrace 
Hunter, David, commercial manager, J. C. Duffus & Nephew ; h. Blair- 

mount, Blackness road 
Hunter, David, 8 Burn street, Downfield 
Hunter, David K., 17 Albany terrace 
Hunter, Doig, & Palmer, brassfounders and brassfinishers, mill, factory, 

and engineers' furnishers, Ward Road Brass Works, Rattray street 
Hunter, Edith, teacher of piano, 47 Baldovan terrace 
Hunter, Frank, jun., grocer, 57 Gray st., B.F. ; h. 3 Churchill pi., B.F. 
Hunter, George, joiner, 24 Dallfield walk 



316 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Hunter, George, railway signalman, 7 Rlyth place 
HUNTER, JAMES, blacksmith and engineer, 32^ King street; h. 39 

Miller street, Carnoustie. See Adv. p. 90 
Hunter, James, baker, 104 Logie street, Lochee ; h. 98 
Hunter, James, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 57 Gray street, 

Broughty Ferry ; h. Fernbank, Whinnybrae, Broughty Ferry 
Hunter, James, plumber, 5 Robertson street 
Hunter, James, 20 Park avenue 

Hunter, James, railwayman, 4 Albion place, Castle st., Bro'ty Ferry 
Hunter, James B., secy., Skerry's College ; h. 22 Sbrathmartine road 
Hunter, Jas. W., of Hunter, Doig, & Palmer, Mountpleasant, Blackness av. 
Hunter, John, pastrybaker and confectioner, 11 and 13 Hilltown ; h. 15 
Hunter, John, mechanic, 44 Polepark road 
Hunter, J. H, M.B., Ch.B., D.P.H., tuberculosis officer, 1 Tally 

street ; h. 10 Prospect place 
Hunter, J. & J. , solicitors, notaries public, and insur. agts. , 69 Reform st. 
Hunter, Patrick, clerk, 6 Park terrace 
Hunter, Peter, garment dyer, 23 Hill street 
Hunter, Peter, lathsplitter, 60 Hill street 
Hunter, Robert, 9 Yewbank avenue, Broughty Ferry 
Hunter, Robert, milloverseer, 51 Dens road 
Hunter, Thomas, journalist, 17 Bellefield avenue 
Hunter, Thomas, insurance agent, 47 Strathmartine road 
Hunter, T. W., solicitor, 69 Reform street ; h. Carselea, Invergowrie 
Hunter, William, salesman, 5 Mortimer street 
Hunter, William (of Hilton and Pitbladdo, Cupar Fife), Beachtower, 

Dundee road, West Ferry 
Hunter, William, manager, Wm. Murray & Son ; h. 6 Castle ter., B.F. 
HUNTER, WILLIAM, & CO., Ltd., wholesale and retail warehousemen, 

blouse and underclothing manufacturers, and general drapers, 11 

to 19 Wellgate ; wholesale entrance, 10 Bain square (Telephone 

No. 245). See Adv. p. 100 
Hunter, William L. , Prudential assurance agent ; h. 46 Reform street 
Hunter, William S., draper, 165 and 167 Hilltown ; h. 221 Albert street 
Hunter, Mrs J., 22a Strathmartine road 
Hunter, Mrs William, 9 Westfield lane 
Hunter, Mrs, 546 Strathmartine road 
Huuter, Mrs, 20 Isla street 
Hunter, Miss, 23 Church street 
Hurle, Mrs, 3 Madeira street 

Hurrie, William, wholesale warehouseman, 22 Murraygate 
Husband, Andrew, draper, 73 High st., Lochee ; h. 6 Coupar Angus rd. 
Husband, James, of P. F. & J. Husband, Lyndhurst, East Newport 
Husband, James, hammerman, 16 Pitfour street 

Husband, J. W., M.A., LL.B., of P. F. & J. Husband, 3 St Johnswood ter. 
Husband, P. F., of P. F. & J. Husband, Rockfield street 
Husband, P. F. & J., solicitors, Caxton house, 15 Cowgate 
Husband, Misses A. & C, dress and mantle makers, 67 Murraygate 
Hutcheon, Adam, baker, 28 King street 
Hutcheon, Alexander, sawmiller, 6 Roslin terrace 
Htitcheon, Henry, joiner, 1 Melrose terrace 



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Hutcheon, Mrs, nurse, 172 Clepington road 

Hutcheson, Alexander, greenkeeper, 8 Gardner street 

Hutcheson, Charles, foreman, 58 Strathmore road 

Hutcheson, David, wine mcht. , 57, 59 Westport; h. 244 Blackness rd. 

Hutcheson, David, clerk, 55 Dens road 

Hutcheson, John, calender manager, 6 Baxter Park terrace 

Hutcheson, John, joiner, 17 School road, Downfield 

Hutcheson, Mrs William T. L., Finnard, Duntrune terrace, West Ferry 

Hutcheson, Misses, Herschel house, Hill street, Broughty Ferry 

Hutchison, Alexander, joiner, 86 Ferry road 

Hutchison, David, 245 Clepington road 

Hutchison, David, baker, 570 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Hutchison, Edward, jute overseer, 25 Perth road 

Hutchison, Frank Sharp, cycle agent, 175 Brook street, Broughty 
Ferry ; h. Linton place, Church street, B. F. 

Hutchison, Henry, shuttlemaker, 40 Hunter street 

Hutchison, Rev. Hugh C, M.A., Butterburn U. F. Church ; h. 15 Rose- 
wood terrace 

Hutchison, James, police constable, 24 Springhill 

Hutchison, John P., clerk, 6 Forfar road 

Hutchison, Robert, 32 South Tay street 

Hutchison, Thomas, waiter, 45 Milnbank road 

Hutchison, Win., Education offices; h. Cedar place, Stewart st.,B. Ferry 

Hutchison, William, grocer, 13 Cardean street 

Hutchison, William, shoemaker, 45 Erskine street 

Hutchison, William W. , stationer, 40 Albert street 

Hutchison, Mrs David, 17b" Lochee road 

Hutchison, Mrs James, dressmaker, 15 Blackness street 

Hutchison, Mrs James, general dealer, 38 Logie street, Lochee 

Hutchison, Mrs Margaret, apartments, 20 Union street 

Hutt, A. H., M.A., headmaster, Grove Academy, Broughty Ferry ; h. 
2 Hunter place, Monifieth road 

Hutton, Alexander, clerk, 2 Baxter Park terrace 

Hutton, Alexander, joiner, 18 Marshall street, Lochee 

Hutton, Alexander Burnett, dental mechanic, 33 Tait's lane 

Hutton, Baxter C, spirit merchant, 41 Hilltown ; h. 64 

Hutton, David, timekeeper, 186 Ferry road 

Hutton, David B., watchman, 92 Dens road 

Hutton, George M., confectioner, 35a Rosebank street 

Hutton, James, plumber, 44 Seafield road 

Hutton, James, joiner, 107 Strathmartine road 

Hutton, James, brassmoulder, 20 Bellfield street 

Hutton, James W., clerk, 37 Rankine street 

Hutton, John, tobacconist, 30 King st. ; h. Glenfarg villa, Ramsay park, 
Broughty Ferry 

Hutton, J., boarding-house, 28 Forfar road 

Hutton, Peter, engineer, 5 Kinnaird street 

Hutton, R. B., of Hutton & Sons, Beechwood, Whinnybrae, Bro. Ferry 

Hutton & Sons, sack merchants, Roodyards, East Dock street ; office 
and stores, 44 Candle lane 

Hutton, Sydney C, sorting clerk and telegraphist, 4 Gowrie place 



318 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Hutton, Thomas, engineer, 57 Cleghorn street 

Hutton, William, of Hutton & Sons, Whinbrae, Whinnybrae, Bro. Ferry 
Hutton, Mrs Alexander, 1 Albany terrace 
Hutton, Mrs James, 9 Blackness avenue 
Hymns, Thomas R. , tinsmith, 3 Cloan road, Downfield 
Hynd, Andrew, moulder, 16 North Ellen street 
Hynd, Alexander F., renovating tailors, 80 High street, Lochee 
Hynd, David, merchant, Summerbank, Douglas terrace, West Ferry 
Hynd, Robert, ship's officer, 111 Arbroath road 
Hynd, Robert F. , calender overseer, 56 Main street 
Hynd, William, of W. & S. Strong, Ltd., 5 Melville terrace 
Hynd, William, engineer, 138 Lochee road 
Hynd, Mrs, 20 Argyle street 

Hyne, Miss, proprietrix, 30 Cobden street, Lochee 
Hyslop, James B., of Methven, Hyslop, & Co., Woodstock, Cupar road, 
Newport 

Ianetta, Angelo, ice-cream dealer, 23 Mains road ; h. 21 

Ianetta, Lucio, ices and confections, 42 Wellgate ; h. 154 Alexander st. 

Iannarelli, Michael, confectioner, 162 Perth road 

Iannetta, D., ice-cream & refreshments, 83 Lochee rd. ; h. 44 King st. 

Iannetta, Guiseppe, confectioner, 104 Princes street ; h. 106 

Imlay, George, foreman stableman, 49 Yeaman shore 

Imlay, Mrs, 18 Lawrence street, Broughty Ferry 

Imperial Cash Stores, grocers, 198 Hawkhill 

Imperial Billiard Rooms, 65 High street ; Geo. M'Gillivary, proprietor 

Imperial Sack Sewing Co. , 7 West wynd (Telephone No. 2153) 

Imrie, Adam, mechanic, 72 Arklay street 

Imrie, Alexander M'Raith, chief inspector of weights and measures, 

156 Overgate 
Imrie, David, postman, 4 Miller's wynd 
Imrie, Peter, motorman, 79 Arbroath road 
Imrie, Robert D., cooper, 62 East Dock street (Telephone No. 933) ; h. 

99 Arbroath road 
Imrie, Thomas, 72 Perrie street, Lochee 
Imrie, Mrs Andrew C. , 5 Dens road 
Inch, John, & Son, yarn merchants, 31 Albert square (Telephone No. 7 ; 

Telegrams, " Emerald ") 
Inch, Lawrence, of John Inch & Son, 25 Princes street, Monifieth 
Inch, William, patternmaker, 8 Fleuchar street 

Inches, Peter, police sergeant, Northern Police office, Carnegie street 
Indo-European Telegraph Co., Ltd. (telegrams to India, Far East, 

Australia, Turkey, Russia), 50 Bell street ; T. W. Smith, manager 
Inglis, Albert, boilermaker, 43 Milnbank road 
Inglis, David, mechanic, 12 Benvie road 
Inglis, Henry, jutedresser, 6 Forest Park road 
Inglis, James, watchmaker, 7 Park avenue 
Inglis, Jeffrey, of J. T. Inglis & Sons, Ltd., The Cottage, Baldovie, by 

Kingennie 
Inglis, John P. , proof-reader, 2 Viewpark cottages, Gardner's lane 
Inglis, John, railway clerk, 13 Bellefield avenue 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 319 

INGLIS, J. T., & SONS, LTD., brattice and cover makers, Riverside 

Works, Carolina port. See Adv. fly leaf, front board 
Inglis, Robert, hacklegrinder, 2 Johnston's lane 
Inglis, Thomas, millmanager, Balgay Works ; h. 21 Milnbank road 
Inglis, William, moulder, 2 Corso street 
Inglis, William B., of Lawsons Ltd., Barony Hall, Alyth 
Ingoldsby, Patrick, seedsman, 318 Hawkhill 
Ingram, Adam, of A. & W. Ingram, 28 Princes st. , Monifieth 
Ingram, Adam J., mosaic tile worker, 319 Hilltown 
Ingram, A. & W., tile and fireplace merchants, 66 to 70 Bell street. 

(Telephone No. 2022) 
Ingram, Charles, traveller, 8 Lynnewood place 
Ingram, James G. , traveller, 244 Clepington road 
Ingram, James G., bakery manager, 5 Gray street, Broughty Ferry 
Ingram, John, confectioner, 125 and 127 Lochee road 
INGRAM, JOSEPH R., baker and confectioner, 41 and 43 Gray street, 

Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 164; Telegrams, "Ingram," 

B.F.); 18 Union street, Dundee (Telephone No. 2738); 173 High 

street, Lochee ; and at Monifieth ; h. Gowanbank, Hill street, 

Broughty Ferry. See Adv. p. 62 
Ingram & Mortimer, produce and commission merchants, 54 Gellatly 

street (Telephone No. 1599 ; Telegrams, " Adelphi ") 
Ingram, William R. , of A. & W. Ingram, 41 Seafield road 
Ingram, Mrs J. B., 202 High street, Lochee 
Inland Revenue (Valuation Department), 31 Albert square ; J. Lorimer 

Thomson, F.S.I., district valuer 
Innes, Alexander, M.A., teacher, Grove Academy, Broughty Ferry; 

h. Crannoch, Camphill road 
Innes, A. Fraser, M.A., teacher, Grove Academy, Broughty Ferry ; 

h. 1 Pine terrace, Brook street, B.F. (Telephone No. B.F.397) 
Innes, Ellen, 59 Lochee road 

Insurance Co. of Scot. , 23 Panmure st. ; Band & Whyte, district agents 
Inverarity, Frederick, policeman, Edenbain place, King st., Bro. Ferry 
Inverarity, William, vanman, 197 Strathmartine road 
Inverarity, Mrs, 19 Blackness street 
Inverdale, Miss H., 95 Beach crescent, Broughty Ferry 
Inwood, W., admiralty overseer, 2 Dalhousie terrace 
Ireland, Agnes, fruiterer, 72 Strathmartine road 
Ireland, Andrew, 7 Wellgrove place, Wellburn road, Lochee 
Ireland, Andrew, postman, 27 Hawkhill 
Ireland, C. & A. , butchers, 60 Dura street 
Ireland, David, jute stower, 3 Parker street 

Ireland, Dav. F., of John Ireland & Sons, Leabank, Grove rd., W. Ferry 
Ireland, Frederick W., clerk, 3 Canning street 
Ireland, George, mason, 4 Elizabeth street 

Ireland, H. B., of H. B. Ireland & Co., Norwood, East Newport 
Ireland, H. B., &Co., jute and flax merchants, 3 Royal Exchange place 
Ireland, James, teacher, Technical College ; h. 70 High street, Lochee 
Ireland, James, & Co., jute merchants, 10 Victoria chambers (Telephone 

No. 43 ; Telegrams, " Erin ") 
Ireland, Jessie L., 1 Hawkhill place 



320 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Ireland, John M., blacksmith, 13 Victoria street 
Ireland, John, & Sons, manufacturers of powerloom shuttles and pickers, 

mill, factory, and engineers' furnishers, 22 Bell street (Telephone 

No. 1259 ; Telegrams, " Rollers ") ; works, 44 Step row 
Ireland, J., shipplater, 14 Cleghorn street 

Ireland, M. N., confectioner, 298 and 300 Brook street, Bro'ty Ferry 
Ireland, Robert, 11 American Muir road, Downfield 
Ireland, Robert, foreman gasfitter, 35 Springhill 
Ireland, Thomas, fireman, 4 Kinloch street 
Ireland, Thomas, jutestower, 14 Lawrence street 
Ireland, William, enginedriver, 27 Union place 

Ireland, William, caretaker, St Mary Magdalene's halls, 166 Hawkhill 
Ireland, William D., of John Ireland & Sons, Briarcliff, Wormit 
Ireland, Mrs David, 17 Seymour street 

Ireland, Mrs James, 3 Home terrace, Dundee road, West Ferry 
Ireland, Mrs James, 38 Thomson street 
Ireland, Mrs J., pawnbroker, 6 and 8 Lome street, Lochee 
Ireland, Mrs, dressmaker, 25 Morgan street 
Ireland, Miss, 4 Windsor terrace, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Irons, Charles, tenter, 45 Dens road 
Irons, C. , sivrfaceman, 2 Main street 

Irons, D. Gibb, inspector, Northern Assur. Co., Ltd. ; h. 14 Forfar rd. 
Irons, George, gasworker, 1 Raglan street 
Irons, John, mason, 53 Logie street, Lochee 
Irons, Peter, cabinetmaker, 22 Baldovan terrace 
Irons, Peter, mason, 7a Ogilvie street 
Irons, Robert, shopman, 10 Brown Constable street 
Irons, Robert H., hairdresser, 5 Victoria street ; h. 133 Clepington rd. 
Irons, Mrs Robert, 1 Westfield avenue 
Irons, Mrs, 199 Strathmartine road 
Ironside, James, blacksmith, 16 Lawrence street 
Irvine, Allan, clerk, 10 Airlie terrace 
Irvine, Andrew, street porter, 27 Hawkhill 
Irvine, Andrew, calenderworker, 102 Caldrum street 
Irvine, Charles A., church-officer, Ward Road Wesleyan Methodist 

Church ; h. 5 Dallfield terrace 
Irvine, David, calenderworker, 32 Caldrum street 
Irvine, George, lorryman, 123 Princes street 
IRVINE, G. N., sack and cask merchant and general cooper, 12 East Dock 

street (Telephone No. 2166) ; h. 123 Princes street 
Irvine, James, tenter, 45 Dens road 
Irvine, James, missionary, 60 Liff road, Lochee 
Irvine, James, passenger guard, 24 Baxter street 
Irving, David A., gas and oil engine erector and repairer, 8 Whitehall 

crescent ; h. 16 Bellefield avenue 
Irving, Joseph, railway inspector, 71 Perth road 
Irving, W. G., & Co., flax, liemp, and jute merchants, 28 Cowgate 

(Telephone No. 2609; Telegrams, "Iodine") 
Irwin, Mrs, 3 Pine terrace, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Isaac, David, turner, 6 Tulloch crescent 
Isaac, Mrs T. B., 1 Taylor's lane 



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Isard, Albert, musician, 11 Ogilvie street 

Isbister, Mrs, 10 Annfield street 

Isles & Behrens, jute and linen merchs. and manufs., 84 Commercial st. 

Isles, David, despatch foreman, 16 Gardner street 

Isles, Geo., potato mer., 12 S. Union st. ; h. Blackness farm, Seymour st. 

Isles, James, railway servant, 153 Lochee road 

Isles, John, manager, 21 Muirfield road, Downfield 

Isles, Mrs D. R., 13 Lammerton terrace 

Isles, Mrs James G., 171 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

Isles, Miss, 3 Blackness avenue 

Isted, John, cardriver, 14 Park avenue 

Ivers, Francis, hairdresser, 153 Hilltown ; h. 107 Alexander street 

Jack, Alexander, clerk, 47 Dens road 

Jack, Charles, housepainter, 302 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

Jack, David, woodturner, 41 Benvie road 

Jack, D., bootmaker, 33 High street ; h. 262 Perth road 

Jack, George, postman, 18 Gardner street 

Jack, George, dyer, 186 High street, Lochee 

Jack, George, brassfinisher, 41 Benvie road 

Jack, James, clerk, 315 Clepington road 

Jack, James, blacksmith, Elder cottage, 462 Strathmartine rd. , D'nfield 

Jack, John, of Nicoll & Jack, 139 Seagate 

Jack, Joseph, baker, 22 Miller's wynd 

Jack, Joseph," caretaker, 18 Rosebank road 

Jack, Lilias, 157 Strathmartine road 

Jack, Peter Ewart, secretary, 70 Seafield road 

Jack, Robert, gardener, St Helen's, Perth road 

Jack, Robert, teacher, Whiteshiel, Edward street, West Ferry 

Jack, Robert, inspector, N.B. Railway ; h. 10 Bellefield avenue 

Jack, William, butcher, 42 Princes street 

Jack, William, butcher, 100 Ann street; h. 27 Kirk street, Lochee 

Jack, Wni., wine and spirit mer., 5 and 7 Hilltown ; h. 11 Nelson st. 

Jack, William, warehouseman, 43 Lyon street 

Jack, William, clerk, 127 High street, Lochee 

Jack, Mrs Catherine, 11 Don's road 

Jack, Mrs William Y., 51 Milnbank road 

Jack, Mrs, 393 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

Jack, Miss Jeannie, stationer and tobacconist, 45 Brook street 

Jack, Miss J. M., 1 Step row 

Jack, Miss, Elder cottage, 462 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Jack, Miss, Midholme, 285 Perth road 

Jackson, Alexander, house proprietor, 83 Cobden street, Lochee 

Jackson, Alfred, mechanic, 2 Smith street 

Jackson, Charles, plumber, 1 Meadow entry 

Jackson, Edward, Eagle, Star, and British Dominions Insurance Co., 

Ltd., 9 and 13 Panmure street (Tele. No. 670) ; h. 3 Osborne place 
Jackson, John, clerk, 144 Lochee road 
Jackson, P. T. , cycle agent, 31 and 33 Victoria road (Telephone No. 

1958) ; h. 1 Muirfield street, Downfield (Telephone No. D. lxl, 

Telegrams, "Cycles") 
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322 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Jackson, Robert, M.A., lecturer on phonetics, Dundee Training 

College ; h. 16 Bingham terrace 
Jackson, Robert, brassfinisher, 31 Hawkhill 
Jackson & Ross, slaters and plasterers, 18 King street, Broughty Ferry 

(Telephone No. B.P. 337) 
Jackson, Wm. , of Jackson & Ross, 66 Westfield road, West Ferry 
Jackson, William Smyth, telegraphist, 44 Magdalen Yard road 
Jackson, Mrs, confectioner, 39 William street 
Jackson, Mrs, grocer, 160 Ferry road 

JACKSONS* LIMITED, hat and boot warehouse, 16 Reform street 
Jacobs, Isaac, shoemaker, 205 Overgate 
Jacques, Joseph, ladies' tailor, 4 Gowrie street 
Jaeger Agency, 50 Reform street (Telephone No. 814) ; Alexander 

Miller, proprietor ; h. Cragside, Wormit 
JAFFE BROTHERS & CO. (DUNDEE) LTD., linen and jute merchants, 60 

Victoria rd. (Tel. Nos. 571, 522). See Adv. on page facing front board 
Jago, Edwin, confectioner, 262 Blackness road 
James, John, shipyard worker, 49 King street 
James, John, of R. & J. James, 26 Isles' lane 

James' Park Factory, 98 Albert street ; Donald Bros., manufacturers 
James, R. & J. , engineering repairers, 6 Well road 
James, Robert, of R. & J. James, 26 Isles' lane 
James, Robert C, joiner, 58 Elm street 

James, Mrs R. J. , tobacconist, stationer, 130 Hawkhill ; h. 26 Isles' lane 
Jamie, Mrs David, 7 Pitfour street 
Jamie, Thomas, printer's manager, 13 Seymour street 
Jamieson, Charles, agent, Royal Bank, Westport ; h. Fernlea, Davidson 

street, Broughty Ferry 
Jamieson, David, business manager, Grove Mills ; h. Marionville, 390 

Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Jamieson, George, F. F. S. , architect and surveyor, 20 Whitehall street 

(Telephone No. 1125) ; h. 19 Blackness avenue 
Jamieson, George, hairdresser, 3 Bonnybank road 
Jamieson, John, & Co., clothiers, 66 Murraygate 
Jamieson, N. R., 156 Strathmartine road 
Jamieson, Peter, clerk, 9 Bellefield avenue 

Jamieson, Peter, North lodge, Eastern Necropolis, 1 Old Craigie road 
Jamieson, William, postman, 65 Dens road 

Jamieson, Wm. E. , of Buglass & Jamieson, Ltd. , 65 Church st. , Bro. Ferry 
Jamieson, Mrs Henry, 8 Molison street 
Jamieson, Mrs James, 142 Albert street 
Jamieson, Mrs, Fernlea, Davidson street, Broughty Ferry 
Janton, Mrs, 5 Hartington place, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Japp, James, foreman, 19 Black street 
Japp, Joseph, 57 Dens road 
Japp, William, 83 Hospital wynd 
Jardine, Katherine, 132a Nethergate 
Jar vie, Mrs William, 48 Forfar road 
Jarvis, James M., shipping clerk, 13 Bellefield avenue 
Jeffrey, Alexander, milloverseer, 9 Glamis street 
Jeffrey, Andrew, bookkeeper, Cottage place, Long lane, Bro'ty Ferry 



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Jeffrey, David, clerk, 4 South George street 

Jeffrey, Rev. George A., Baptist minister, 105b Netliergate 

Jeffrey, James, joiner, 3 Melrose terrace 

Jeffrey, Mrs, 5*East Links place, Broughty Ferry 

Jeffries, Rev. H. G., Lindsay Street Cong. Ch. ; h. 2 Dalhousie terrace 

Jeffries, Mrs Madeline, 5 Bothwell terrace, Westfield road, West Ferry 

Jenkins, Alfred Henry, instructor of manual training, Training 

College ; h. 7 Hillpark terrace, Wormit 
Jenkins, Thos., foundry manager, Ward Foundry ; h. 11 Blackness ave, 
Jenkins, Mrs, 3 Falconhurst terrace 
Jewell, William, storekeeper, 55 Victoria road 
Jobson, David A., iron and metal merchant, 10 Guthrie street and 34 

Session street ; h. Ward house, 14 Guthrie street 
Jobson, John, leatherfinisher, 12 Panmure street 
Johnman, John H., ironturner, 1 Ferguson street 
Johnson, Alexander, printer, 57 Lyon street 
Johnson, H. Abert, American consul, 31 Albert square ; h. Newton 

house, Glencarse 
Johnson, Robert, hacklemaker, 14 Lawrence street 
Johnson, Thomas, motor mechanic, Central Fire Station, West Bell street 
Johnson, Walter Sydney, cinema operator, 7 North Lindsay street 
Johnson, William, weighing machine fitter, 9 Airlie terrace 
Johnson, William, juteweaver, 59 Caldrum street 
Johnston & Adams, chemists, druggists, and drysalters (wholesale and 

retail), 20 Murraygate (Telephone No. 1964) 
Johnston, Alexander, grocer and spirit merchant, 212 Perth road ; 

h. Millbank lodge, East Newport 
Johnston, Alexander, Viewbank, Montague street, Barnhill 
Johnston, Alexander, retired joiner, 38 Rankin e street 
JOHNSTON, ALEXANDER F., joiner, cabinetmaker, and funeral undertaker, 

102a Lochee road ; h. 47 Milnbank road. See Adv. p. 97 
Johnston, Alexander R., linotype operator, 23 Benvie road 
Johnston, Allan, & Son, coal merchants, 52 Kirk street, Lochee 
Johnston, And, , mason, church-officer, Morison C.U. Ch. ; h. 32 Benvie rd. 
Johnston, And. Wallace, insurance agent, 53 Union street, Bro'ty Ferry 
Johnston & Baxter, architects, surveyors, and valuators, 31 Albert sq. 
Johnston Brothers, grocers and wine merchants, 125 and 127 Hawkhill 

(Telephone No. 849), 119 Hilltown (Telephone No. 1469), 172 Brook 

street, 38 Small's wynd, 28 Ogilvie street, 48 Watson street, 191 

Blackness road, 36 Cieghorn street, 20 Polepark road, and 154 

Hilltown ; h. Erigmore, Dalhousie road, Barnhill 
Johnston Brothers, cycle and motor agents, 73 Nethergate 
Johnston, Charles, grocer, 76 Arklay street 
Johnston, Charles, 11 Wellburn street, Lochee 
Johnston, David, blacksmith, 14 Ford's lane 
Johnston, David (Reid, Johnston, &Glenny), solicitor and notary public, 

34 Reform street ; h. Redcroft, Blackness road 
Johnston, David, blacksmith, Ninewells 

Johnston, David, of Nicoll & Son, Mayheld cottage, High st. , Monifieth 
Johnston, Douglas, milk vendor, 8 Craigie street 
Johnston, Geo., confectioner and stationer, 93 South rd., Lochee ; h. 80J 



324 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Johnston, George A., grocer, tea, and provision merchant, 19 Stirling 

street, 103 Alexander street, 152 Strath mar tine road, 221 Perth 

road, 122 Logie street, Lochee; h. 6 Adelaide terrace 
Johnston, G. Forbes, chemist and optician, 154 Brook street, Broughty 

Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 220); h. The Ferns, Camphill road, B.F. 
Johnston, Harry, tool and cutlery merchant, 1 Crichton street ; h. 

1 Windsor terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Johnston, H. A. R., grocer, 120 Ann street 
Johnston, Rev. H. Lindsay, M.A., H.C.F., St Luke's Episcopal 

Church ; h. 19 Ancrum road, Lochee 
Johnston, James, assistant overseer, 21 Kinloch street 
Johnston, James, grocer, 129 Rosebank street ; h. 62 Church street 
Johnston, James, caretaker, Cowgate Public School ; h. 29 King street 
Johnston, James, bootmaker, 47 Church street ; h. 1 Melrose terrace 
Johnston, James H., blacksmith, 80 Ferry road 
JOHNSTON, JAMES, & SON, waste merchants, 15 James street (Telephone 

No. 54x) ; china merchants, 31 and 85 Hilltown. See Adv. p. 63 
Johnston, John, advertisement manager, Courier office ; 1 Windsor st. 
Johnston, John, licensed broker, 23 Kirk st., Lochee; h. 36 St Ann st. 
Johnston, John B., of J. & W. Johnston, 29 Union street 
Johnston, John C, milloverseer, 35 Provost road 

Johnston, JohnF.D.,of Jas. Johnston & Son (china mers.), 92 Victoria rd. 
Johnston, Jos., spirit merchant, 8 Middle street; h. 13 E. Haddon road 
Johnston, Joseph, & Sons, Ltd., fishmongers, 13 Union street (Telephone 

No. 103; Telegrams, "Johnstons") 
JOHNSTON, J & W., pastry bakers and confectioners, 31 Union street 

and 19 Cowgate (Telephone No. 2671). See Adv. p. 32 
Johnston, Lyall, H.M. Customs, Customhouse ; h. Rose cottage, West 

Fintry place, Broughty Ferry 
Johnston, Nathaniel, caretaker, 49 Meadowside 
Johnston, Peter A. , grocer, 66 and 68 Hilltown and 28 Park avenue 
Johnston, Peter R. (Stevenson & Johnston), solicitor and notary public, 

46 Reform street ; h. 9 Rockfield crescent 
Johnston, P. W., of Reid, Johnston, & Glenny, Balgray 
Johnston, Robert, M.B., C.M., 144 Nethergate 
Johnston, Robert, compositor, 48 Muirfield crescent, Downfield 
Johnston, Robert F., inspector, Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd., 

12 Victoria chambers ; h. 3 Laurel villas, Ramsaypark, Bro. Ferry 
Johnston, Robert S., cashier and residuals salesman, Gas Works ; h. 15 

Nelson street 
Johnston, Samuel, wholesale tea merchant and confectioner's agent, 12 

Daniel street ; h. 22 Urquhart street 
Johnston, Smith, vanman, 59 Main street 
Johnston, Thomas, clerk, 1 North Wellington street 
Johnston, Thomas, mechanic, 55 William street 
Johnston, William, clerk, 19 Morgan street 
Johnston, William, clerk, Tay Ferries ; h. 53 Taylor's lane 
Johnston, William, clerk, 3 Sinclair street, Lochee 
Johnston, William, joiner, Ninewells lodge, Perth road 
Johnston, William, toy merchant and stationer, 133 Rosebank street 
Johnston, William, secretary and manager, 38 Rankine street 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 325 

Johnston, William, & Co., jute and linen merchants, 114 Seagate 

(Telephone No. 623 ; Telegrams, "Twills ") 
Johnston, William R., of William Johnston & Co., 30 Dalkeith road 
Johnston, William S., of J. & W. Johnston, 2 Union street 
Johnston, W. T., clerk, 12 Bellefield avenue 
Johnston, Mrs Agnes, general dealer, 11 Ferguson street 
Johnston, Mrs Alexander, 18 Airlie place 
Johnston, Mrs David, 3 Pitkerro road 
Johnston, Mrs George, 413 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Johnston, Miss M. , 3 Balgray road, Downfield 
Johnston, Miss, dressmaker, 40 Rankine street 
Johnston, Miss, draper, wool and smallware merchant, 83 High street, 

Lochee ; h. 1 Harefield road 
Johnstone, Alexander, mason, 31 Cleghorn street 
Johnstone, Andrew, traveller, 2 LifF road, Lochee 
Johnstone, George, engineman, 15 Forest Park road 
Johnstone, Henry, 1 Windsor terrace, Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Johnstone, John, grocer, 20 Polepark road 

Johnstone, John, wine and spirit merchant, 121 Fisher st., Bro'ty Ferry 
Johnstone, John, stationer, tobacconist, 5 Bank st., Lochee ; h. 14Gibb'sln. 
Johnstone, John C. , tailor, gownmaker to the University, 20 Whitehall 

crescent (Telephone No. 1823) ; h. 4 Baxter Park terrace 
Johnstone, J. J., of Johnstone, Simpson, & Thomson, Craighead, Newport 
Johnstone, Robert A., mill mechanic, 11 Union place 
Johnstone, Robert F. , insur. inspr. , 3 Laurel villas, Ramsaypark, Bro. Fy. 
Johnstone, Simpson, & Thomson, solicitors and notaries, 87 Commercial 

street (Telephone No. 310) 
Johnstone, Thomas, painter, 171 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Johnstone, Mrs J. C. , music teacher, 83 Albert street 
Johnstone, Mrs Stephen, 10a Baxter street 
Johnstons, Limited, slate, cement, lime, plaster, whiting, and general 

builders' and contractors' merchants, agents for Fibrocement 

asbestos-cement roofing slates and building sheets, 17 Dock street ; 

stores and yard, King William dock; head office, 74 York street, 

Glasgow ; Leith office, St. Ninian's Works, 5 Old Church street 
Joiner, William, dairyman, Lowbank Dairy, 465 Clepington road 
Joiner, Mrs D., 1 Dudhope terrace 
Joiner, Mrs, 2 Kirkton road, Downfield 
Joint (Disablement) Committee for Central Scotland, 49 Trades lane ; 

F. R. Stewart, secretary 
Jolly, Alexander, of Ewan Wiikie, 10 Arthurstone terrace 
Jolly, Charles Burns, joiner, 16 Church street, Broughty Ferry 
Jolly, C. S., chemist and druggist, 87 Gray street, Broughty Ferry 

(Telephone No. B.F. 230) ; h. 425 Brook street, B.F. 
Jolly, James, firewood merchant, Beach Sawmill, Fisher street, Broughty 

Ferry ; h. Woodbine cottage, New road, B.F. 
Jolly, James, joiner, 341 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Jolly, John, engineer, 136 Ferry road 
Jolly, John H., clerk, B.L. Bank; h. 7 Balgay avenue 
Jolly, R., confectioner, 201 Blackness road; h. 8 Forest Park road 
Jolly, William, postman, 55 Dens road 



326 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Jolly, William, stationer, 13 Milnbank road ; h. 45 Benvie road 

Jolly, Miss Mary, confectioner, 34 Hillbank road 

Jolly, Miss N., dressmaker, 105 Albert street 

Jones & Co. , carpet, rug, mat, and matting manufacturers, 24 Bank st. 
(Telephone No. 661; Telegrams, "Hemps") 

Jones, Edward, boot repairer, 3 Hunter street 

Jones, Ernest D., music teacher, 9 South Tay street 

Jones, Hugh Eyton, glove merchant, 31 Reform street ; h. 8 Clive st. 

Jones, R. D. , of Jones & Co. , Tighnreich, Wormit 

Jones, Mrs, 16 Strathmartine road 

Jordan, Rev. W. , Russell Congregational Chapel ; h. 2 Park terrace 

Joyce, Mrs Jas., tobac'nist,newsagt., 207 Hawkhill; k. 16 Annfield road 

Junks, Mrs Herbert L., 2 Park place, Ancrum road, Lochee 

Jupp, Joseph H, chairmaker, 13 Church street 

Jurgens, Ltd., margarine manufacturers, 63 Seagate (Telephone No. 
1846; Telegrams, "Jurgens") 

Justice, David, overseer, 47 Pitalpin street, Lochee 

Justice, David, 6 Kinnaird street 

Justice, Mat. Low, of Thos. Justice & Sons, Ltd., 86 Forfar road 

Justice, Thomas, of Thomas Justice & Sons, Ltd. , 2 Minto place 

Justice, Thos., & Sons, Ltd., cabinetmakers, upholsterers, ironmongers, 
funeral undertakers, removal contractors, valuators, 9 to 15 White- 
hall street and Whitehall crescent ; cabinet works, South Ward 
road (Telephone No. 193) 

Justices of the Peace Clerk's Office, 46 Reform street 

Jute Spinners and Manufacturers, Association of, 1 Royal Exchange 
place ; Frank S. Cathro, secretary 

Kahan, Hartz, draper, 149 Overgate ; h. 74 Cowgate 

Kane, Elizabeth, broker, 8 Blackness road ; h. 2 

Kane, Mrs John, caretaker, Y.M.C.A., 147 Brook street, Broughty 
Ferry ; h. 151 

Kane, Miss M., confectioner, 22 Ann street 

Kay, James M., chief clerk, P.O. Telephones; h. 1 Blackness crescent 

Kay, Mrs John, 556 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Kay, Mrs R. , china merchant, 95 Hilltown 

Kay, Mrs, 1 Blackness crescent 

Kay, Mrs, 11 Clarendon terrace 

Kay, Miss Gertrude H., teacher of music, 4 Renny pi., Grove rd., W. Fy. 

Kay, Miss Mary D., 17 Constitution street 

Kean, Miss M. B., teacher, 20 Baxter Park terrace 

Kearns, James A., waiter, 52 Magdalen Yard road 

Kearns, Joseph, warehouseworker, 71 Magdalen Yard road 

Keating, Robert, bootmaker, 67 Caldrum street ; h. 10 Hospital wynd 

Keay, Alexander, pictureframe maker, 15 Arbroath road; h. 13 

Keay, Alex., tailor's cutter, Laundry cott., Claypots rd., W. Ferry 

Keay, Catherine, 65 Logie street, Lochee 

Keay, David, of David Keay & Leslie, 2 Molison street 

KEAY, DAVID, & LESLIE, spindlemakers, heating engineers, and machine- 
makers, Hillbank Iron Works, North William street (Telephone 
No. 1934). See Adv. p. 13 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 327 

Keay, Fred, wine and spirit merchant, 173 Princes street ; h. 3 Ker- 

rington crescent, Barnhill 
Keay, Harry, shipmaster, 24 Mary field terrace 
Keay, Jas., jun., treasurer, Technical College, Bell st. ; h, 34 Muirfield 

crescent, Downfield 
Keay, James A. , of Beath & Keay, 3 Fairfield cottages, Clepington road 
Keay, James B., engineer, 119 Nethergate 
Keay, James Thomson, grocer, 1 1 Kinnaird street ; h. 7 
Keay, John, fitter, 159 Strathmartine road 
Keay, Kenneth M., clerk, 77 Hilltown 
Keay, Robert, 96 Hilltown 
Keay, Stephen, chauffeur, 9 Craig street 
KEAY, THOMAS 0., Ltd., millfurnishers, oil merchants, and engineers' 

factors, 15 Baltic street (Telephone No. 322; Telegrams, "Keay") ; 

engineers, electrical engineers, machine merchants, shuttle, picker, 

and bobbin makers, Northern Machine Works, 7 Ogilvie street 

(Telephone No. 344) 
Keay, Thomas C, of Thomas C. Keay, Ltd., Cliftonbank, 44 Dalkeith rd. 
Keay, W., clerk, 15 Bellefield avenue 
Keay, Mrs David, 17 Bonnybank road 
Keay, Mrs Mary, dairykeeper, 69 Ann street 
Keay, Mrs Walter, 23 Panmure street 
Keay, Miss M. A. R., 166 Ann street 
Keddie, Alexander, engineer, 6 Eden street 
Keddie, David, goods guard, 35 Edward street 
Keddie, John, engineer, 26 Forfar road 
Keddie, Peter, draughtsman, 39 Park wynd 
Keddie, Philip, blacksmith, 33 Rosefield street 
Keddie, Philip, church-officer, St David's-in-the-West U.F. Church; 

h. 177 Blackness road 
Keegan, Mrs, dairykeeper, 77 Strathmartine road; h. 69 
Keenan, Anthony, 69 North Tay street 

Keenan, Thos., clerk, 104 Commercial street; h. Rosehill, W. Newport 
Keenan, Miss M. A., 2 Gowrie place 
Keill, John, porter, 3 Tannadice street 
Keill, William, baker, 306 Queen street, Broughty Ferry 
Keill, Mrs John, 1 St Peter street 
Keill, Miss, 328 Blackness road 
Keillar, John R., H.M. Customs, 101 Pitkerro road 
Keiller, Alfred, engineer, 4 Gellatly street 
Keiller, George, tenter, 3 Kilberry street, Lochee 
Keiller, James, bleacher, 6 Stirling street 
Keiller, James, 8 Nicoll street 
KEILLER, JAMES, & SON, LTD., wholesale confectioners, fruit preservers, 

cocoa and chocolate makers, 9 Albert sq. ; retail shops, 2 High st. 

and 98 Nethergate (Teleph. Nos. 600, 601 ; Telegrams, " Keiller ") 
Keiller, Mrs D. P. , 4 Taymouth terrace, Monifieth road, Bro'ty Ferry 
Keiller, Mrs R. M., 29 Lyon street 

Keillor, David, gardener, Seabourne, Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry 
Keillor, James, ironturner, 49 Benvie road 
Keillor, Robert, 33 Frederick street, Downfield 



328 GENERAL DIRECTORY, 

Keillor, William, dairykeeper and market gardener, Forthill feus, Fort- 
hill road, Broughty Ferry 

Keillor, Mrs Helen, house proprietrix, 6 Baxter Park terrace 

Keillor, Mrs William, confectioner, 97 High street, Lochee 

Keir, Alex., boot and shoemaker, 37 Liff rd., Lochee; h. 10 Cleghorn st. 

Keir, Alex. M., 27 Seymour street 

Keir, Alexander M., jun., confectioner, 37 Guthrie street 

Keir, Harry S., wholesale confectr., 206 Hawkhill ; h. 27 Seymour st. 

Keir, John, prison warder, 14 Mid street 

Keir, John B., 2 Wedderbum street 

Keir, Robert, 23 Blackness avenue 

Keir, Walter, hairdresser, 73 Perth road ; h. 7 St Peter street 

Keir, William, goods guard, 24 Baxter street 

Keir, William, linenstamper, 51 Crescent street 

Keir, William, baker, 67 Princes street ; h. 5 South Baffin street 

Keir, William, machineman, 2 Camperdown street, Lochee 

Keir, William, proof reader, 23 St Mary's road, Downfield 

Keir, Mrs, 113 American Muir road, Downfield 

Keir, Miss Catherine, professional nurse, 3 Balfour street 

Keirman, Francis, grocer, 18 Polepark road 

Keith, Adam C, riveter, 12 Raglan street 

Keith, Alfred, upholsterer, Edward place, Camperdown street, B. Ferry 

Keith, John, enginedriver, 40 Perth road 

Keith, R. D. Lawson, F.S.A.A., accountant and houseagent, 14 
Barrack street ; h. Cedarlea cottage, Cedar road, Broughty Ferry 

Keith, William, traveller, 60 Watson street 

Keith, W. B. D., L.R.I.B.A., architect and valuator, 10 Whitehall 
street ; h. 3 Caenlochan villas, Strathern road, West Ferry 

Keith, Mrs, 6 Melville terrace 

Keith, Miss, ladies' nurse, 34 Catherine street 

Kelley, Peter Clarke, wine and spirit merchant, 178 and 180 Ferry 
road ; h. 16 Baxter Park terrace 

KELLIE, ROBERT, & SON, LTD., engineers, brassfounders, and copper- 
smiths, Dundee Foundry, East Dock street (Telephone No. 2819 ; 
Telegrams, " Kellie ") 

Kellie, Robert, managing direotor, Robert Kellie & Son, Ltd. , Linwood, 
39 Ferry road, Monifieth 

Kellie, Thomas, manager, Dundee Linen Works ; h. 8 Lawson place 

Kelly, George, grocer's manager, 16 Forest Park road 

Kelly, James A., policeman, Fernbank, Holly road, Broughty Ferry 

Kelly, John, painter, 20 Caldrum street 

Kelly, Thomas, factoryworker, 15 North George street 

Kelly, William Thomas, 14 Forfar road 

Kelly, Mrs Isabella, 28 Pitfour street 

Kelly, Mrs J. , 2 Arklay street 

Kelman, George, storekeeper, 53 William street 

Kelman, James, packingcase maker, 8 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 

Kelt, Wm. S., watchmaker and jeweller, 54 Murraygate (Telephone No. 
2659) ; h. Balgillo cottage, Wormit 

Keltie, Andrew, clerk of works, 33 Elm street 

Kemlo, George, book-keeper, 69 Dens road 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 329 

Kemlo, James Wood, grocer and wine merchant, 68 and 70 Blackscroft ; 

h. 2 Wedderburn street 
Kemlo, John, railway detective, 14 Bellefield avenue 
Kemlo, Robert, bread despatcher, 16 Mains loan 
Kemp, George Mitchell, chemist and pharmacist, 1 Eden street 
Kemp, James, draper, 47 Baldovan terrace 
Kemp, James, moulder, 36 Logie street, Lochee 
Kemp, John, & Co., Ltd., proprietors of Kemp's Mercantile Gazette, 

14 Union street ; chief office for Scotland, 102 Union street, Glasgow 
Kemp, William, gardener, Gowrie cottage, Grove road, West Ferry 
Kempy, Robert, brushmaker, 5 Miller's wynd 
Kennedy, Albert Adams, engineer, 52 Magdalen Yard road 
Kennedy, Alexander, & Co., engineers and blacksmiths, 12 Watson's 

lane (Telephone No. 15x) ; h. 132 Hawkhill 
Kennedy, Alexander B., gardener, Dunmore, Perth road 
Kennedy, Alfred W., secretar}', Caledonian Insurance Co., 35 Albert 

square ; h. 9 Briar wood terrace (Telephone No. 2788) 
Kennedy, Charles, dairyman, 123 Arbroath road 
Kennedy, David, lodge porter, 6 North Ellen street 
Kennedy, David, lie. grocer, 233, 235 Hilltown ; h. 164 Alexander st. 
Kennedy, Dr D. A. D., 9 Elgin street 
Kennedy, E. S., of Henderson & Co., The Pines, Seafield road, Broughty 

Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 147) 
Kennedy, Frank, spirit mer., 87a Lochee rd. ; h. 60 Gray st., Lochee 
Kennedy, Frank M., clerk, 34 Albert street 

Kennedy, F. H., of R. G. Kennedy & Co., Linfield, Bayfieldrd., W. Ferry 
Kennedy, George, engineer, 47 Milnbank road 
Kennedy, George T., commercial traveller, 8 Aberlemno terrace 
Kennedy, Henry, engineer, 362 Loons road 
Kennedy, James, engineer, 5 Melrose terrace 
Kennedy, James, ironturner, 74 Church street 
Kennedy, James, clerk, 2 Nevill street, Downfield 
Kennedy, James, tobacconist, Springvale, Gordon st. , Barnhill 
Kennedy, James, dairy keeper, West Balgillo Dairy, Balgillo rd., B.F. 
Kennedy, James, dyer, 7 Campbell street, Lochee 
Kennedy, James, overseer, 46 Seafield road 
Kennedy, James S. , of R. G. Kennedy & Co. , Craigmore, Fairfield road, 

West Ferry 
Kennedy, John, late enginedriver, 42 Seafield road 
Kennedy, John, enginedriver, 3 Roslin terrace 
Kennedy, John, wine and spirit merchant, 22 and 24 Polepark rd. ; h. 

2 Bromor, Old Muirton road, Lochee 
Kennedy, John, shoemaker, 161 Brook street 
Kennedy, Peter, 9 Elgin street 

Kennedy, Peter, confectioner, 124 Brook street : h. 35 Guthrie street 
Kennedy, Peter, mechanic, 42 Spott street 
Kennedy, Peter, shipsteward, 18 Shepherd's loan 
Kennedy, Peter S., Royal Victoria Hospital lodge, Blackness road 
Kennedy, Richard, tobacco and cigar merchant, 110 Seagate and 37 
Reform street ; h. Kenola, Gordon street, Barnhill, Broughty Ferry- 
Kennedy, Robert, ironturner, 6 Church street 

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330 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Kennedy, R. Ernest, of R. G. Kennedy & Co. , The Pines, Seafield road, 

Broughty Ferry 
Kennedy, R. G., & Co., jute manufacturers and merchants, Wellington 

Works, Ann street ; office, 10 Panmure street 
KENNEDY, THOMAS, iron and scrap merchant, 47 Yeaman shore; h. 

5 Victoria square, 43 Nethergate 
Kennedy, William, clerk, 14 Thomson street 
Kennedy, William D., compositor, 17 Step row 
Kennedy, W. J., flax and hemp merchant, 6 Euclid crescent ; h. Conis- 

head, Strathern road, Broughty Ferry 
Kennedy, Mrs J., confectr., fruiterer, 173 Brook st. ; h. 48 Constable st. 
Kennedy, Mrs J. W., wine and spirit merchant, 5 Wellgate ; h. Woodlyn, 

11 Baldovan road, Downfield 
Kennedy, Mrs Peter, baker and confectioner, 11 City rd. ; h. 42 Scott st. 
Kennedy, Mrs, 18 Windsor street 
Kennedy, Mrs, confectioner, 43 Dens road ; h. 47 
Kennedy, Mrs, The Pines, Seafield road, Broughty Ferry 
Kennedy, Misses, Seaview, Gordon street, Barnhill 
Kenneth, Robert, postman, 78 Hill street 
Kenny, Alexander, engineer, 7 Garland place 

Kenny, Andrew R., hairdresser, 88 Rosebank st. ; h. 12 Forest Parkrd. 
Kenny, Hy., ironmonger, hardware dlr., 251 Hawkhill ; h. 33 Scott st. 
Kenny, James, yarnbundler, 26 Powrie place 
Kenny, John, hairdresser, 41 Dundonald street 
Kenny, Miss Sarah, grocer, 52 William street 
Keogh, Thomas P., licensed broker, 14 Mains road ; h. 16 
Ker, H. H. , merchant, 3 Royal Exchange place ; h. Ashley, Monifieth 

road, Broughty Ferry 
Keracher, Thomas, 24 Baxter street 
Kermack, E. F., 109 Arbroath road 
Kermack, William, joiner, 174 Lochee road 

Kermack, Mrs David, confectioner, 119 Perth road ; li. 18 Thomson st. 
Kermack, Mrs, Lebanon place, St Vincent street, Broughty Ferry 
Kermath, John, warper, 13 Arklay street 
Kermath, Robert, powerloom dresser, 9 South Ellen street 
Kerr, Alexander, yarndresser, 13 Lintrathen gardens 
Kerr, Alexander, farmer, Ballfield, Harefield road, Lochee 
Kerr, Archibald J., clerk, 20 Lime street 

Kerr, Charles, pharmacist, 56 Nethergate (Telephone No. 192) 
Kerr, Charles, M.B., CM. (Edin.), Duncraig, 10 William street (Tele- 
phone No. 1187) 
Kerr, Charles, joiner, 192 Lochee road 
Kerr, David, railway servant, 17 Benvie road 
Kerr, Esther, 7 Balgay street, Lochee 

Kerr, Frank, tobacconist, fancy goods, 96 Rosebank st. ; h. 33 Stirling st. 
Kerr, George, manager, Lamb's Hotel, Ltd. ; h. Sunnyknowe, 16 

Lawside road 
Kerr, George, tailor, 12 Annfield street 
Kerr, George W. B., secretary, Life Association of Scotland, 5 Reform 

st. ; h. 3 Craignabrattan terrace, Strathern road, West Ferry 
Kerr, Gerald, boot warehouseman, 18 Baxter Park terrace 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 331 

Kerr, James, 2 Morgan street 

Kerr, James, lampfitter, 9 Ellen street 

Kerr, James, frenchpolisher, 15 Bellefield avenue 

Kerr, James, watchman, 7 Arklay street 

Kerr, Jas. A., licensed grocer, 8 Stirling st. ; h. 155 Strathmartine rd. 

Kerr, James S.,boot manufacturer, 3 Wellgate (Telephone No. 1815), 
and branches ; working dept. , Coupar's alley ; h. 32 Argyle street 

Kerr, John, postman, 13 Albert street 

Kerr, John, draper and clothier, 52 Ann street and 144 Hawkhill ; h. 
30 Lintrathen gardens 

Kerr, John, of Dundee Produce Co., 46 Cleghorn street 

Kerr, John S., 30 Bingham terrace 

Kerr, Robert, shipplater, 93 Arbroath road 

Kerr, Robert S., wood machinist, 4 Wilkie's lane 

Kerr, T. H., 5 Osborne place 

Kerr, William, fireman, 27 Clepington street 

Kerr, Mrs Charles, 1 Windsor place 

Kerr, Mrs D. S., 9 Blackness avenue 

Kerr, Mrs E. D., licensed grocer, 65 Peddie street and 25 Annfield row 
(Telephone No. 2554) ; h. 5 Osborne place 

Kerrigan, Mrs Michael, 191 Lochee road 

Kerwin, A. M., nurse, 29 Union place 

Kettles, William, district traffic supt., N.B.R. ; h. 4 Hawkhill place 

Kettles, William, clerk, 13 Bellefield avenue 

Key, Alexander S., 93 Pitkerro road 

Key, James, fireman, 134 Lochee road 

Key, William, blacksmith, 17 W. Henderson's wynd ; h. 168 Lochee rd. 

Key, W. &N., auctioneers and meat salesmen, Slaughterhouses, East 
Dock street (Telephone No. 1086; Telegrams, "Key, Slaughter- 
houses ") ; h. Whitehouse, Tealing, by Dundee 

Kidd, Alexander, mechanic, 41 Guthrie street 

Kidd, Alexander, waiter, 32 Dudhope Crescent road 

Kidd, Alexander, painter, 13 Dudhope street 

Kidd, Alexander, of William Kidd & Sons, 23 Perth road 

Kidd, Alexander Edward, M.B., CM., D.P.H., chief medical officer, 
Education Authority ; h. 4 Union terrace 

Kidd, Andrew, stonehewer, 39 Lyon street 

Kidd, Andrew G. , Ltd. , confectioners and bakers, 26 Reform st. (Teleph. 
No. 703 ; tearoom, No. 2097), 70 and 211 Albert street, 144 Lochee 
road, 51 and 300a Perth road, 216 Blackness road, 191 Strath- 
martine road, 186 Hawkhill, and 85 Arbroath road ; office and 
bakery, 10 Baffin street (Telephone No. 1227); h. 38 Dalkeith road 

Kidd, A. G., & Son, Ltd., Craigie Bakeries and Craigie Biscuit Factory, 
64 Watson street ; retail establishment, 179 Princes street (Tele- 
phone No. 222 ; Telegrams, " Bakery ") 

Kidd, Charles, pastry baker, 32 Westport 

Kidd, David, joiner, 153 Lochee road 

Kidd, David, joiner, 18 Gardner street 

Kidd, David, baker, 55 Strathmartine road 

Kidd, David, telegraphist, 12 Lintrathen gardens 

Kidd, David, traveller, I Tofthill, Lochee 



332 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Kidd, David H., gymnastic instructor, 62 Ann street 

Kidd, David L., shipmaster, Anchorage, Bridge street, Barnhill 

Kidd, David P., engineer, Dean cottage, 7 Craigie terrace 

Kidd's Dental Surgery, 26 Union street 

Kidd, Edward, of J. & J. Kidd, 113 Pitkerro road 

Kidd, George, licensed grocer, 25 Balgay street, Lochee ; h. 22 Peel street 

Kidd, George D., 22 Gray street, Broughty Ferry 

Kidd, Geo. E., manufacturers' agt., 20 St Andrews st. ; h. 10 Garland pi. 

Kidd, George Wm., shipmaster, Ashburn place, Claypots rd., B. Perry 

Kidd, James, of J. & J. Kidd, Craigisla cottage, Alyth 

Kidd, Jas. C. , of John Kidd & Son, 5 Home ter. , Dundee rd. , West Ferry 

Kidd, James W., 8 Melville terrace 

Kidd, John, property agent and valuator, 19 Ward road (Telephone 
No. 1134) ; h. 23 Springfield 

Kidd, John, grocer, 23 Baldovan terrace 

Kidd, John, of J. & J. Kidd, 14 Wortley place 

Kidd, John, tenter, 3 Fyffe street 

Kidd, John Arthur, manual teacher, 46 Dudhope Crescent road 

Kidd, John B., collector, Water Commission; h. 192 Lochee road 

Kidd, John E., insurance agent, 5 Arklay street 

Kidd, John, & Son, ironmongers and seedsmen, 209 Brook st. , Bro. Ferry 

Kidd, John S., of Kidd & Wallace, Clivedene. 31 Forfar road (Tele- 
phone No. 2122) 

Kidd, J. & J., joiners and builders, 8 Eadie's road 

Kidd, J. L., shipbroker, 59 Dock street (Telephone No. 1166 ; Telegrams, 
"Despatch"); h. 2 Duntrune villas, Bro. Ferry (Tel. No. B.F. 342) 

Kidd, J. Mollison, of J. Mollison Kidd & Co., 3 Grosvenor terrace 
(Telephone No. 960) 

Kidd, J. Mollison, & Co., merchs. and manufs., 1 and 2 Royal Exch'ge pi. 

Kidd, Norman, jute merchant, 16 Pitkerro road 

Kidd & Sons, butchers, 55 Gray street, Broughty Ferry (Tele. No. 112) 

Kidd & Wallace, indiarubber, waterproof, umbrella, and bag manu- 
facturers, 77 High street (Telephone No. 1378) 

Kidd, William, mechanic, 28 Balfour street 

Kidd, William, compositor, 40 Scott street 

Kidd, William, grocer, 83 Magdalen green 

Kidd, William, carpenter, 50 Church street 

Kidd, William, insurance agent, 469 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Kidd, William, 9 Bellefield avenue 

Kidd, William George, of William Kidd & Sons, 4 West Somerville pi. 

Kidd, William L. , clerk, 3 Balgay avenue 

KIDD, WILLIAM, & SONS, booksellers, manufacturing stationers, printers, 
lithographers, and bookbinders, Palace buildings, 7 Whitehall 
street (Telephone No. 112) ; works, 36 Nethergate. See Adv. p. 48 

Kidd, William T., clerk, 25 Blackness avenue 

Kidd, Mrs Annie, 9 Park avenue 

Kidd, Mrs George M., 9 Blackness avenue 

Kidd, Mrs James, late draper, 103 Arbroath road 

Kidd, Mrs James A., butcher, 168 Brook street, Broughty Ferry (Tele- 
phone No. B.F. 41); h. 7 Castle terrace, Esplanade, Bro. Ferry 
(Telephone No. B.F. 251) 



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Kidd, Mrs Margaret, laundress, 5 Parker street 

Kidd, Mrs M., 1 Seafield road 

Kidd, Mrs Robert, 11 Aberlemno terrace 

Kidd, Mrs Thomas, 6 Renny place, Grove road, West Ferry 

Kidd, Mrs, 82 Forfar road 

Kidd, Mrs, Drummond place, Castle street, Broughty Ferry 

Kidd, Miss F. M., 358 Perth road 

Kidd, Miss, 318 Queen street, Broughty Ferry 

Kiddie, Alfred, hairdresser and perfumer, 25 Ann st. ; h. 4 Elizabeth st. 

Kiddie, David, blacksmith, 28 Polepark road 

Kiddie, David, grocer, 49 Hill street 

Kiddie, David R., shoemaker, 12 North Ellen street 

Kiddie, John A., telephone inspector, 10 Gardner street 

Kiddie, J., baker, Edward place, Camperdown street, Broughty Ferry 

Kiddie, Peter, draughtsman, 39 Park wynd 

Kiddie, Robert, baker, 58 Strathmore road 

Kiddie, William, hairdresser, 98 Ann street; h. 191 Clepington road 

Kiddie, Mrs Annie, grocer and confectioner, 32 Mortimer street 

Kiddie, Miss, dairykeeper, 93 Milnbank road ; h. 1 City road 

Kidney, Miss, 10 Airlie terrace 

Kilcullen, Rev. John, St Mary's R.C. Church, 41 High street, Lochee 

Kilgour, Andrew, factory foreman, 11 Mid street 

Kilgour, David, 4 Stirling street 

Kilgour, David, furniture salesman, 49 Taylor's lane 

KILGOUR, GEORGE, plasterer, 39 Larch street (Telephone No. 1668) ; 
h. Rhubaan, 15 Lawside road. See Adv. p. 57 

Kilgour, Peter, textile teacher, Technical College ; h. 3 Durham Street 

gardens, Monifieth 
Kilgour, Robert, postman, 11 Pitfour street 
Kilgour, Mrs George, Rhubaan, 15 Lawside road 
Kilgour, Mrs Harry, 2 Bellefield avenue 
Killacky, Hugh, printer and stationer, 205 Albert street (Telephone No. 

39x) ; h. 95 Dalkeith road 
Kilpatrick, Andrew, grocer's manager, Park place, King street, B.F. 
Kilpatrick, Robert, shoemaker, 197 Blackness road ; h. 13 Pitfour street 
Kilpatrick, R., of R, Kilpatrick & Co., 4 Wedderburn street 
Kilpatrick, R., &Co., electrical engineers, 24Bell st. (Teleph. No. 2792) 
Kimber, Mrs, 4 Panmure street, Broughty Ferry 
King, Alex. C. , press photographer, 10 Bellefield avenue 
King, A., egg merchant, 134 Victoria road ; h. 107 Ferry road 
King's Billiard Rooms, 21 Cowgate 
King, Brian, mechanical engineer, 15 Bellefield avenue 
King Brothers, Ld. , wholesale egg merchts. and imprtrs. , 134 Victoria rd. 
( Telephone Nos . — office, 338 ; private, 338 a ; Telegrams, ' ' Kingdom ") 
King, Chas., painter, and officer, Baxter Park U.F. Ch. ; h. 30 Victoria st. 
King & Co., jute merchants, 31 Albert square 

King's Cross Works, Loons rd., Lochee ; Don & Duncan, Ltd. manufactrs. 
King's Cross Sheet Metal Works, Clepington road ; P. D. Mitchell, Ltd. 
King, David, insurance agent, 8 Molison street 
King, David, boot repairer, 260 Hawkhill ; h. 93 Overgate 
King, Jas., of King Brothers, Ltd., 4 Lynnewood pi., (Teleph. No. 338a) 



334 GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

King, Jas., joiner, church -officer, B.F. Congl.Ch.; h. 42 Union st., B.F. 
King, James, joiner, Edenbain place, King street, Broughty Ferry- 
King, James, gardener, Cidhmore East lodge, Perth road 
King, Jessie G., knitting machinist, 11 St Peter street; 7i. 19 Step row 
King, John, compositor, 78 Lochee road 
King, John N., clerk, 13 Union place 
King, Joseph, timekeeper, 20 Peel street, Lochee 
King, Lewis D., passenger guard, 9S Victoria road 
King, Lorraine, of King & Co., Casa Alta, Tayport 
King's Theatre and Hippodrome, 27 Cowgate ; lessees, Dundee Theatres, 

Ltd. ; J. H. Oakden, manager 
King, William P. N., sawyer, 4 Miller's wynd 
King, Mrs Anne, 129 Blackscroft 

King, Mrs Helen, certificated midwife, 4 Miller's wynd 
Kinloch, James, resident secretary, London and Lancashire Fire Insur- 
ance Company, Ltd. ; h. Netherton of Craigie, Craigiebarn road 
Kinloch, Mary, dining-room keeper, 36 Ann street ; h. 32 
Kinmond, John G., manager, Trades Lane Calendering Co., Ltd. ; h. 

1 Duntrune terrace, West Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 64) 
Kinmond, Robert, clerk, 2 Arbroath road 

Kinmond, Mrs A. N. , draper, milliner, 45 Dundonald st. ; h. 3 Pitkerro rd. 
Kinmond, Mrs, 17 Constitution street 
Kinnaird, William, tailor, 319 Hilltown 

Kinnaird Works, Ogilvie's road; Stewart Brothers, manufacturers 
Kinnear, Alexander R., 86 Logie street, Lochee 
Kinnear, Charles, secretary, National Seamen and Firemen's Union, 

14 Gellatly street ; h. 166 Ferry road 
Kinnear & Co., merchants and manufacturers, 63 to 73 King street 

(Telephone, branch exchange, 1754, 7 lines) 
Kinnear, Dav. , confectioner, 224 Strathmartine rd. ; h. 351 Clepington rd. 
Kinnear, David, manager, Wellfield Works; h. 113 Arbroath road 
Kinnear, David, tailor and clothier, 21 Princes street ; and 72 High 

street, Lochee ; h. 64 Old Craigie road 
Kinnear, George, joiner, 335 Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Kinnear, James, late grocer, 15 Bonny bank road 
Kinnear, James, joiner, 121a Hawkhill 
Kinnear, James, clerk, 90 Logie street, Lochee 
Kinnear, James, Beach cottage, Balmossie street, Barnhill 
Kinnear, John, gardener, 119 King street, Broughty Ferry 
Kinnear, John, mason, Constable cottages, Dundee road, West Ferry 
Kinnear, John C, engineer, 29 Muirfield road, Downfield 
Kinnear, John D., insurance agent, 42 Baldovan terrace 
KINNEAR, PETER, butcher, 190 to 194 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

(Telephone No. B.F. 116) ; h. 363. See Adv. p. 33 
Kinnear, Peter M. , millmanager, South Mills ; h. Mossgeil, 142 City rd. 
Kinnear, Peter M., motor engineer, East Henderson's wynd 
Kinnear, Robert, manager, 351 Loons road 
Kinnear, Robert, ladies' and gent, 's tailor, 299 Brook street, Broughty 

Ferry ; h. Cottage place, Long lane, B.F. 
Kinnear, T. L., sanitary inspector, 9 Tally street 
Kinnear, Walter, engineer, 29 Muirfield road, Downfield 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 335 

Kinnear, William, M.A., M.D., 43 South Tay street 

Kinnear, William, of William Kinnear & Co., Ltd., 90 Logie street, 
Lochee (Telephone No. 2487) 

Kinnear, William, grocer, 87 Clepington road 

Kinnear, William, & Co. , Ltd. , shipbrokers, shipping agents, and com- 
mission merchants, 18 Commercial street (Telephone Nos. 91 and 
1557; Telegrams, "Kinship") 

Kinnear, William H., grocer and wine merchant, 129 Alexander street 
(Telephone No. 1349) ; h. 87 Clepington road 

Kinnear, Mrs, confectioner, 8 Mains loan ; h. 10 

Kinnear, Miss, 2 Haldane street, Downfield 

Kinnes, Harry, M.A., teacher, 7 Blackness avenue 

Kinnes, Robert, & So